The PyraMed colloidal silver generator is controlled by microchip electronics, and is programmed to produce a high quality form of colloidal silver known as Aquasilver. The PyraMed programming controls many important features such as silver concentration and water quality. Another important feature is to maintain even electrode wear. This is achieved by reversing the current flow through the electrodes every few minutes. This also helps to maintain an even distribution of particles in the suspension. On completion, an auto stop function switches off the electrode supply. Also, it is powered from a lightweight 12 volt dc supply, which operates from any mains voltage between 90 and 240 volts ac. These features make the PyraMed one of the best colloidal silver generators on the market.
The PyraMed KT1 is available as a System which consists of the following:
- PyraMed CS1 Colloidal Silver Generator:
- 600ml borosilicate lab. grade beaker
- UK Mains Adapter:
- High purity (99.99%) Silver Electrodes
- Comprehensive operating instructions
Features of the CS1 Colloidal Silver Generator:
- Microcontroller electronics
- Microparticle colloidal silver generator
- Powered from 12V DC source
- A switching regulator provides 35V electrode supply.
- Automatic polarity reversal ensures homogeneous solution and even electrode wear
- The production of colloidal silver will begin after the electronics has tested for good quality distilled water.
- Tap water contains impurities and should not be used.
- Concentration measurements are taken frequently.
- A blue LED on the front panel of the PyraMed displays the ppm value.
- Firmware control for automatic switching of electrode supply ensures small particle size.
- Automatic end-of-cycle with indication and audio output.
- Tyndall effect LED optic built-in gives verification of true colloidal silver.
- PyraMed KT1 nanosilver maker designed and manufactured in the United Kingdom.
- 12 months parts and labour warranty.
- Innovative design.
Part of the design philosophy of the PyraMed is to ensure that distilled water has been used. In this way, the particles of silver do not combine with dissolved solids to produce silver salts, such as silver chloride. This can happen when small quantities of residual chlorine are present.
Some colloidal silver generator devices on the market do not discriminate about what kind of water is used. By testing for good quality water, the PyraMed technology ensures that only distilled water is used.
By using distilled water and high purity silver electrodes, a form of colloidal silver is produced known as Aquasilver. The current flowing between the electrodes depends on the dimensions of the cell and the conductivity of the liquid. The computer code stores these dimensions as constants which forms part of the firmware design.
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