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Colloidal Silver Production / Re: capped silver
« Last post by cfnisbet on Yesterday at 02:17:57 PM »
...If you are able to get a yellow color as cfnisbet (one of our genuine experts) previously stated...And thanks to cfnisbet for your post.  It caused me to reread my post and see my mistake.  I try to spot mistakes like that but no excuses.
I grovel in humble gratitude for your kind remarks.
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Colloidal Silver Production / Re: Appropriate Current source level?
« Last post by Bugsy76 on October 16, 2017, 09:07:16 PM »
so I take it its between 10-20 VOLTS I will want to keep it at.   ALright
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Colloidal Silver Production / Re: Appropriate Current source level?
« Last post by Bugsy76 on October 16, 2017, 08:58:58 PM »
alright cool thanks
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Colloidal Silver Production / Re: Appropriate Current source level?
« Last post by kephra on October 16, 2017, 06:08:24 PM »
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I understand that when the silver rods are poking in the charged water you want the voltage to be in between 10-20 milliamps.
You mean volts, milliamps is current, not voltage.

You should run no more than 5 milliamps if you are using silver wires for the electrodes.  Three would be better.

At three milliamps, your run time should be 100 minutes for a liter.

Your SilverTron was set to 3 ma on the low setting.
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Colloidal Silver Production / Appropriate Current source level?
« Last post by Bugsy76 on October 16, 2017, 05:50:43 PM »
I understand that when the silver rods are poking in the charged water you want the voltage to be in between 10-20 milliamps.

I already have a "Multimeter" which is going to give me my voltage reading as I get it to 10 milliamps by adjusting the wires.   

A tech friend of mine said he can build me the Current source with 3x9V batteries and even calibrate it to send a certain current, be that 10 or 40milliamps or way more.    How much should be going through?   
Thanks.
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Colloidal Silver Production / Re: Overcharging the water with silver?
« Last post by kephra on October 14, 2017, 09:32:11 PM »
If you calculate your run time based on actual current, then yes.  If you don't know and regulate your current, then you cannot know the correct run time.

You cannot base your run time on voltage, it is determined by current.  Thats why you need a current regulator.
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Colloidal Silver Production / Overcharging the water with silver?
« Last post by Bugsy76 on October 14, 2017, 09:26:49 PM »
If you go past the specific time required for you to immerse the two silver rods in with the volt machine, will it kill the batch?
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Colloidal Silver Production / Re: Cheapest Voltage Meter I can find?
« Last post by Bugsy76 on October 13, 2017, 05:09:36 PM »
There is no elite setting on a SilverTron Jr, and its not just a voltmeter.  It is a current regulator and voltmeter.  The voltmeter is used to adjust the cathode, but what makes it work is the current regulator.

Home depot does not sell silver wire,  they sell stainless steel wire or silver colored wire, and its not suitable for making colloidal silver.

I meant there were the 2 diff. options on the Silvertron Jr, one for making 10-20ppm colloidal silver, one for making 320ppm (with added steps). 

Shame I lost it though;   I'd order another one as it was top notch quality but I'm absolutely broke.    Don't mean to be busting your balls or anything; I completely recommend your  product to anyone who wants to make reliable colloidal silver.    I'm just in a bit of a jam myself (healthwise) ATM and am trying to figure out the cheapest place to buy something that would emulate being a current regulator and a voltmeter.   
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Colloidal Silver Production / Re: capped silver
« Last post by Bobby on October 13, 2017, 04:41:26 PM »
Jenn,

  I have to correct my previous post.  In my statement where I said “you will probably find out that you can make colloidal silver with your silver edge’s silver oxide” was incorrect.  I ment to say you “CAN’T” or “CAN NOT” make colloidal silver with a known PPM with your silver edge.  But I don’t own that one so I’m going off my experience with a couple other bad purchases I’ve made.  The Colloidal Master and the Silver Puppy are expensive paperweights and reminders to do more research.

  If you are able to get a yellow color as cfnisbet (one of our genuine experts) previously stated, the PPM will be so low that it would be unsafe. You will have no idea what the real PPM of the solution is.

  I have 2 other brands of colloidal silver (ionic silver) generators that I had purchased before my SilverTron’s. But they are worthless in trying to produce colloidal silver.  This is because as soon as I add the smallest amount of electrolyte they will shut down. I do get some yellow color when not using electrolytes and heating the finished ionic silver oxide, but I have no idea what PPM I have!

  Sorry for the confusion I might have caused you.  This really is the place to find the correct and safe way to make colloidal silver.

  And thanks to cfnisbet for your post.  It caused me to reread my post and see my mistake.  I try to spot mistakes like that but no excuses.
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Colloidal Silver Production / Re: Cheapest Voltage Meter I can find?
« Last post by kephra on October 13, 2017, 12:23:26 PM »
There is no elite setting on a SilverTron Jr, and its not just a voltmeter.  It is a current regulator and voltmeter.  The voltmeter is used to adjust the cathode, but what makes it work is the current regulator.

Home depot does not sell silver wire,  they sell stainless steel wire or silver colored wire, and its not suitable for making colloidal silver.
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