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Colloidal Silver Production / Re: Rookie Seeking Guidance...
« Last post by Bobby on Today at 03:30:53 PM »
Neofizz.

  I did it mainly to see how quick they removed it. When you compare the views with the comments you know they are deleting negative feedback. Pretty scary stuff they make.

Bobby
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Colloidal Silver Production / Re: Rookie Seeking Guidance...
« Last post by Neofizz on Today at 02:37:14 PM »
I couldn’t resist, I had to leave a comment on that video because they are so far off base that it’s scary!  And that is the 1st negative comment I have ever left on a YouTube video.  😱

Bobby

Hope you didn't waste too much time putting a comment on that video Bobby because they have removed it. That alone says truck loads on their 'blind leading the blind' methods. They talk like they are the experts, while they themselves know less than a smattering beyond the people they are educating. I saw this video way back when I was digging for information on Colloidal Silver but was nervous when I saw their end product that looked like the picture Endmile has posted in this thread.

Endmile,
Read the numbered posts in the Articles section of this forum to get an understanding of this process. Current control is of the utmost importance in this process, along with using an electrolyte and reducer. Shortcutting any of the information and steps provided here will not help you. Test 1 cup batches until you nail it. This will save you time and money.
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Colloidal Silver Production / Re: Rookie Seeking Guidance...
« Last post by Bobby on Yesterday at 05:13:56 PM »
endmile,

  Until you really understand the articals, it will be impossible to answer all your questions. You have to be using the techniques in the articals for us to be able to help you.  From right now all I can tell that is right is you are using DW. 

  All you can change on your power supply is voltage. You have no current control.  I tried it that way too when I first wanted to make colloidal silver and hadn’t found this forum yet. My results were just about like yours.

  I must insist that you throw what you have made out. There is no way to know what you have or how strong it is.  Putting it on you skin would be a crapshoot at best.

  Without using an electrolyte you can’t figure the current and time to get the ppm.

  Without the reducer all you will have is silver oxide or a very unstable colloidal Silver at best if there is no contamination.

  Then there is the question of “do you want to use stirring or heat or both”

  The lazer is pretty much useless...we don’t need it with Kephra’s system.

  The ppm meter only works for distilled water or checking how impure your other sources of water are.

  Kephra has created a really simple process if you follow the formula to the milliliter & second and use his equipment. You can make your own equipment to use with his formula but you have to know how to build it. I haven’t seen any other over the counter retail sold colloidal silver generators that will make anything but silver oxide. They have built in stops for their set ppm and it’s so low it makes the units useless. I know because I have 2 so called colloidal silver generators from popular bullshitters that are very expensive paper weights. 

  For me trying to build my own version without the awesome programming that Kephra has built into the SilverTron system is a non starter. I could try to put one together but then I would have to stand there and monitor it for anywhere from 20 minutes to 6 hours. That’s worth paying a few extra bucks for as far as I’m concerned.

  Lastly you will never be able to make quality colloidal silver without reading and understanding the articals and comments from Kephra and a lot of the members.  It takes a lot of time for some people like myself I have over 20 DAYS TOTAL OF READING AND LEARNING ON THIS FORUM ALONE.  If anything has sounded offensive, it was not ment to be.  I get excited when someone discoverers the healing powers of colloidal silver and I say go for it but do it the proven way.

  Good luck and keep us posted.

Bobby


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Colloidal Silver Production / Re: Rookie Seeking Guidance...
« Last post by endmile on Yesterday at 03:59:33 PM »
Thanks for the help! :) And I'm off like a heard of turtles...
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Colloidal Silver Production / Re: Rookie Seeking Guidance...
« Last post by kephra on Yesterday at 02:27:15 PM »
endmile:  You haven't read the articles yet, have you?
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Colloidal Silver Production / Re: Rookie Seeking Guidance...
« Last post by cfnisbet on Yesterday at 02:06:03 PM »
The only determinant of ppm is the current and time.
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Colloidal Silver Production / Re: Rookie Seeking Guidance...
« Last post by endmile on Yesterday at 12:09:44 PM »
Ok thanks I appreciate it, next batch I will try lowering the current on my power supply. Last quick question, as a rule of thumb should I use running time and laser instead of using those dip in TDS testers to determine PPM?
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Colloidal Silver Production / Re: Rookie Seeking Guidance...
« Last post by kephra on February 20, 2018, 06:39:08 PM »
You have to control current.  As long as voltage is above 10, with controlled current you are good to go.
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Colloidal Silver Production / Re: Rookie Seeking Guidance...
« Last post by endmile on February 20, 2018, 06:09:06 PM »
Hi Bobby!

Thanks so much for leaving a message on that video, I will as well once I figure out what I'm doing...lol I have seen other newbies in this forum asking about making colloidal silver with 30 volt setup so I imagine they are in the same boat as me. On quick question for you, seeing that on my power supply I can adjust the voltage down on it to whatever I want. I can still use this correct? I did read the great straight forward articles on here and was going to follow that for my next batch. For my crazy looking apple cider looking stuff I produced, do you feel using this as a topical solution could be bad? After reading all the articles I still don't understand what I did wrong outside of using 30 volts, not using sodium carbonate nor corn syrup. It would help me better understand why I got what I got.  Thanks!
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Colloidal Silver Production / Re: Rookie Seeking Guidance...
« Last post by Bobby on February 20, 2018, 01:30:57 PM »
 I couldn’t resist, I had to leave a comment on that video because they are so far off base that it’s scary!  And that is the 1st negative comment I have ever left on a YouTube video.  😱

Bobby
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