RE: here are my interests with features and capabilities as of now:
A. Unfortunately, I am rather inept when it comes to generators as I chose to go the DIY route nearly a decade ago and have not ventured into the generator market as a result .
With that said, and based on my own limited experience, I'd say the Silvertron is the most advance generator I know of in terms of function and versatility.
No clue how easy to is to use, I've never used one personally, though I recall a member here by the name of Grizz who purchased one awhile back, and so you may want to contact her for some first-hand feedback if she doesn't chime-in into the discussion.
RE: optional features:
A. Not sure what the prerequisites are for colloidal copper, though it I've been told that the sublingual supplements are very effective and maybe worth a look.
Beyond that, I have no knowledge of the production and pathology associate with making colloidal copper unfortunately.
RE: I’m not really concerned with making it faster, I’ll be in no hurry once I get one, so that won’t be a factor.
A. I can appreciate why you would say that - and what's Interesting with this, is that time becomes one of the factors defining the overall quality of a CS solution;
It's been my observation that the time taken to make CS will also contribute to the level of oxide in the solution - that is to say, the longer the process takes, the more silver oxides will end-up in the solution - not to mention, the dirtier the solution becomes - which won't likely be desirable.
With that said, the ideal scenario seems to be that of running the process in the shortest amount of time possible without exceeding the optimum voltage and amperage parameters attributed to the configuration - mainly that of the anode size - whereas the cathodes are secondary less significant to the overall performance of the process.
And while this may come across as technical jargon, I'd add that the optimum configuration can be found quite easily, and that there are many tools and references available on to help figure that out. - though the overall gist of this is that a larger anodes will allow for shorter run-times without compromising the inherent particle size.
And finally, and as I am not affiliated with sales and manufacturing personally, I'd offer the following DIY diagram along with a link to an electrode time/size calculator - if not only to help familiarize you with the concept and terminology applicable to a typical colloidal silver production setup.
- hope this helps
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Some people consider silver a heavy metal that can accumulate to dangerous levels in the body. I sell a colloidal silver maker but I don't recommend people drink CS on a regular basis, only when they get food poisoning. I mostly use it on the skin to prevent or treat infections. 8 ounces of 5ppm C.S. is 16 times the RDA for silver. Doing this for any more than a week causes a dangerous buildup of this metal in your body to toxic levels. I had a client who got overdosed with silver (40x times normal blood level) from taking 2 tablespoons nightly for 4-5 months which is why I recommend therapeutic dosages only for a few weeks.
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