am using a 6 volt DC transformer. A battery charger also might do it. I
am just trying a bulb checker for 6V and it seems to work. (I'm now investigating
about using 24 or 30V and will report about it later.)
needs two electrodes made out of pieces of silver. It should be pure silver,
sterling silver might not be pure enough, I am still investigating about
it, most silver coins for sure are not pure enough. (As far as my investigation
goes, the only coins which are pure enough are the Canadian Silver Maple
Dollar from .999 pure silver.)
might be able to use silver rings or any kind of sterling silver jewelry
available, but straight silver wire is probably the best, because during
the batch it turns black and a wire is easier to clean.
made eye hooks at the silver wire, (but leaving them a bit open so that
it is possible to hang the hooks over the rubber strings). Connect the
hooks with thin, flexible copper wires which is connected with the
wires of the transformer. They should be long enough to reach to the place
where the container for the colloidal silver batch stands.
am using now a aquarium bubbler machine, a stone for bubbling and a tube.
the tube with the stone and the bubbler machine.
the bubbler (the stone) on the bottom of the glass container.
the electrodes to opposite sides of a 1/4 liter glass jar. The space between
the electrodes should be about 4 cm and as close to the center of the container
as possible. Important: Position the electrodes parallel to each other.
up with 1/4 liter of distilled water. (Don't use tap water.)
Switch on the DC transformer and the bubbler machine.
the container to avoid contamination with dust, etc.
Run it for about five hours. 3/4 liter and 7 1/2 h seems to work.
Switch off and wait a few minutes, then remove carefully the silver
electrodes, so that the lose black stuff doesn't fall into the water.
Filter the CS liquid with a coffee filter into another glass and it is
ready for use or fill it in a clean, dark, air tight glass bottle to be
Clean the silver electrodes and the glass jar carefully and store all for
the next batch.
click on photos. Electrodes hanging on a rubber - Bubbling
- batch with bubbling machine