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Commercial and Industrial Ionizers and Colloidal Drinking Water Generators

Commercial / Industrial Colloidal Mineral Water Generators and Ionizers

Our industrial Ionizers can be used to disinfect water for drinking, or as an alternative to Chlorine in swimming pools and cooling towers.  Be aware that “salt water pools” use electrodes to generate Chlorine from Sodium Chloride.  In addition the salt (NaCl) has a destructive effect on pool surfaces.

Colloidal Mineral Water has been used to treat and prevent infective conditions in humans such as chronic cystitis and vaginitis, but reports indicate that animals respond to NANOSILVER WATER as impressively as humans when absorbed orally or sublingually.

Already many race horse farms are including colloidal silver in the horse diet.

Poultry farms could benefit from silver which works synergistically with antibiotics.

Many cooling towers now use copper ionization using our ionizers

Colloidal Water Generator: Application: Fish Farm using mixed Silver and Copper electrodes

Fish farms and fish hatcheries, being particularly vulnerable to viruses, could benefit from the regenerating and anti-microbial benefits of silver.

Plants in general need silver and trees often suffer from viruses.

Fresh cut flowers in particular show such impressive preservation that Biophysica has written a book exclusively on this topic. Instead of lasting fresh only for 5 days, cut flowers like roses, carnations, orchids etc last up to 15 days with NANOSILVER WATER and other mineral ingredients in a mixture called Electromin-6.

Bees are being wiped out by picorna-like viruses which cause a form of Acquired Immune Deficiency which renders them susceptible to bacteria. Silver in the soil would then be available in the flower pollen upon which the bees feed.

See New Scientist 29 August 2009 and Proceedings of National Academy of Sciences, DO1.1073/pnas.0906970106 and Swiss Bee Research Centre.