A colloidal silver generator is a generator used for making colloidal silver but the main problem with this device is that it produces big silver particles which are too large for the body to absorb and utilize. Today, this will no longer be a problem since a new device called Micro-Particle colloidal silver generator is now being introduced by silver making industries.
Micro-Particle colloidal silver generator produces smaller silver particles as low as .0008 microns than the standard colloidal silver generator that are closed to being dissolved when it enters the body right away.
Before, there were available but few ways of producing silver-micro particles and these methods are time consuming, expensive, and gave limited access in processing these silvers since the equipment used are only found in professional laboratories.
Colloidal silver manufacturers use 10,000 volts in producing batches of colloidal silver and these particles are extracted by expensive equipment to separate the small particles from the large ones.
Some manufacturers perform different methods in producing colloidal silver such as using centrifuge technology, filtration, or chemical milling. Chemical milling is the process of reducing the size of the silver particles through acid bath. That is why products containing micro-particles of silver are very expensive and will cost you as much as $59 equivalent to an 8 ounce bottle of colloidal silver.
This problem has been already solved since the invention of micro-particle colloidal silver generator is successful and can now be used in your own home for a price of 60 cents a quart. Paul Johnson was the one who invented the micro-particle generator.
He explained that decreasing the speed rate of particle production compared to the standard way, while simultaneously eradicating excessive electrical conductivity of water in the entire process of making colloidal silver will produce an effective micro-particle colloidal silver even for a low amount of DC voltage and current in your home. He had set five specific goals to be able to accomplish the process successfully. These are:
- The use of non mineral and non conductive water. Distilled water is the only water allowed in the process of making colloidal silver.
- Reduce the ratio of the generator’s voltage to ampere in order to slow down the rate of silver particle production.
- The water should be aerated and agitated to prevent the gathering of silver particles forming into larger silver particles.
- Prevent the silver particles to ‘bridge’ the two silver electrodes.
- Limiting the buildup of electrical conductivity from the solution in the whole process of making colloidal silver should be done.