Monday, September 25, 2017

Low Voltage Colloidal Silver Generator with Motorized Stirring

Author: AR

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Source: - Jan 31, 2001

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These are some of the best instructions I have seen to build a colloidal silver production vessel. I found them on a long forgotten website and they have served in good stead in my quest to produce high quality low voltage direct current ( LVDC ) colloidal silver. The design incorporates "Ole Bob's" concept of constant stirring. Use whatever your chosen power source is to generate the CS ie: 3-9 volt batteries, wall wart, etc.


1 each Wide Mouth Quart Mason Jar

1 each Plastic Wide Mouth Lid (from a Miracle Whip jar or from Ball or Kerr)

1 each 0-5 milliamp DC Gauge (good one is the Shurite #8302Z) or multimeter if you have one.

1 each RS ( Radio Shack ) 1.5-3.0 Volt DC Motor (Catalog #: 2730223).

1 each 2-3 inch piece of wire insulation stripped off of a piece of 14 gauge electrical wire.

2 each RS 75 ohm Chassis Mount TV Coax Connectors (Catalog #: 27802122).

1 each RS "D" Cell Battery Holder (Catalog #: 2700403) to power the stirring motor.

1 each RS Mini-Volume Control 10k Potentiometer (Catalog #: 2711721) to control the speed of the stirring motor.

1 pkg RS 14" Jumper Leads Pkg of 10 (Catalog #: 2781156) to connect everything.

3 each 9 volt alkaline batteries (Catalog #: 2302211) ( if that's what you want to use to power it )

2 each .999 or .9999 12 or 14 gauge silver electrodes. Keep them at least 3/4 inch away from the bottom of the jar (vessel).

2 each RS 9 Volt Battery snap connectors to connect to the batteries.(Catalog #: 270032)

Install the 2 Chassis Mount TV Coax Connectors in the lid so that the electrodes are about 1 to 1 1/4 inch apart (sort of off to one side of the top of the lid -- remember you also need room for the stirring motor ).

Install the Stirring Motor in the lid ( I used hot glue gun ) so that a 2 inch or so piece of wire insulation, off of a piece of 14 gauge electrical wire, can stir freely without hitting the electrodes. It will take trial and error to determine where to place the Motor and how long to make the stirrer ( the stirrer slides conveniently right onto the shaft of the RS motor ).

You now have your version of a CS Production Vessel.

Use the Jumper leads to attach the "D" Cell battery holder with battery ( put the potentiometer in the circuit to control the speed of the stirring ) to the two connections on the stirring motor. You are now the proud owner of a working CS stirrer!!

Use more Jumper leads to attach the Power Source ( 3-9 volt batteries ) to the two electrodes. Include the 0-5 DC milliamp gauge or a multimeter into the circuit so you can read the Initial Resistance and then the final resistance when the CS is done.

When you first put the Distilled Water into the vessel, the Initial Resistance should be about ½ milliamp or lower, depending on how pure your DW is. Run this setup with the stirring motor stirring the DW until the voltage is between 2.6 and 2.8 milliamps or so. It should take about 4 hours. I don't have any idea what the PPM of silver this mixture has, but it has worked wonders on many different conditions. The CS should be clear.

I am not an electrician or an engineer. I post this for informational purposes only and do not remember where it was originally posted. Use this information at your own risk!

Four nine volt batteries can be used as well in this design. We found that utilizing the stirring device to control the current was a novel idea. ]

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