I decided to not use any stirring system with the Sota to see how good it makes silver on its own. So far after 2 hours I have a conductivity 14.5 uS starting with 14 ounces of 2.7uS cold distilled water. I just check it every hour or so and stir it with my Hanna meter. Looks clear. So far it is more than good enough. Conductivity is close to PPM so I have close to 14 PPM. I will stop at twenty PPM.
- 1L (Quart) of heated distilled water
- Take PPM measurment since heating increases conductivity
- 8 inch rods in holder (comes with the full unit not lite)
- Set timer for one hour
- Stir with rod and holder assembly already in water
- Set timer for another hour
- Result was ~21PPM
Need to remove some of the initial PPM since the heated water had cooled some in the two hours but regardless the result was 16-18PPM, tasted great and was completely clear.
I stopped after 4 hours. 21 PPM clear. Sat over night, now a little yellow but almost clear. Just as good as silver Puppy usually turns out.
I used an Ever Ready battery recharger power supply. works great. After calculations 23.16 PPM. Other power supplies kept popping loose on the connection.
So if anyone is wondering. The Silver Pulser is as good as anything. If you time it for 4 hours with 15 ounces of cold distilled water you get over 20 PPM. To get the exact strengh you should have a meter as no 2 batches are the same.
If you start with warm/hot water you eliminate two hours from your startup time.
Best not to microwave, just put it into your jar then put the jar in a waterbath and turn on a burner, usually takes less than 5 minutes to heat the water.
BTW I use a 800maH power adapter which plugs right into either model of the SP.