The Colloid Master

The Colloid Master

The Colloid Master

High Quality Colloidal Silver for Pennies an Ounce!

We first learned about colloidal a few years ago. In the beginning we purchased colloidal silver from our local health food store. You probably have noticed how expensive it is to purchase ($25.00 to $37.00 and higher for 16 oz or 500ml). We were amazed with the results, but at those prices it was starting to become hard to swallow (no pun intended). So we did our homework and learned how to make it ourselves. our first generator was assembled from parts mostly from a second hand store. It wasn''t pretty but it worked great. We have learned a lot. The best is part is that it only costs pennies per ozence to make. We started sharing our mineral water with friends and family, then people started asking me to build one for them. To be honest manufacturing is not one of my favorite pastimes and besides my home made machine requires some baby sitting and not that suitable for most people.

So we searched around and discovered a high quality generator that is easy to use for just about anybody. We have teamed up with Synergenesis Inc. to bring you "The Colloid Master Model 777™ AC". This is simply one of, if not the most advanced low voltage colloidal silver generators available anywhere, many seem to say the same thing, but after you review this page you will see why our system stands apart from the others. Years of research, development and diversified experience allowed for the creation of the Colloid Master. The model AC has been sold since early 1998. A reliable proven technology. We have been making generators since 1995.We believe it is one of best colloidal generators available for a reasonable price.

As you know, we bring you information about natural methods usually not employed by conventional health care practices. The use of these ideas have proven to be routinely effective in the hands of independent minded individuals wanting to take responsibility for their own health and the well being of others.

The Colloid Master ™
colloidal silver generator.
Colloid Master Model 777 AC

A great deal at only $127.00 USD (includes shipping) . Suggested retail price is $157.00 (go here for complete pricing and ordering details for Canada, United States & Overseas). Comes with: Wall transformer runs on 110 volts AC. reduced to operating current. Comes with: Electrodes, hook up connector wires, instructions and 30 day money back guarantee, 3 year warranty! One quart standard size batches. Portable size, 2 1/4 inches high, 4 inches wide, 7 inches long.

This is simply one of, if not the most advanced low voltage colloidal silver generators available anywhere, many seem to say the same thing, but after you review this page you will see why our system stands apart from the others.

Colloid Master Model 777 AC

* Attractive industrial enclosure. Weight 12.5 oz (357 g)
* Portable, measures 2 1/4 inches high 4inches wide 7 inches long.
* Professionally designed
* Rugged commercial grade electrical components

* Built-in Water Tester
* Adjustable PPM control
* Automatic Shut - Off (For Silver)
* 32 ounce batches standard.
* Comes with an 110 AC wall power transformer.
* Power Supply
* INPUT: 110 Volts AC, 60/50 HZ. 18 W
* Output: 12 Volts AC, * CURRENT: 500 mA
* Output Power of Colloid Master: Total watts, will not exceed input power from power supply. The current and voltage is modulated for optimal particle size dispersion for the ppm setting used. Use only included power supply or optional adapters.
* Standard electrodes that come with the unit are 6 inches long by 1/2 inch wide approximately 28 gauge, .999 silver electrodes, this size electrode should be used to make quart size batches.
* Recommended PPM Range; 5- 20 ppm for silver.
* Environment: 60 to 105 degrees Fahrenheit ( 15.5 to 40.5 Celsius )

The Colloid Master is professionally designed and engineered.
The end result is that there is a big difference between the Colloid Master and other devices. The Colloid Master makes a very powerful yet stable dispersion.

We have stored the silver dispersion in clear bottles in a dark storage area In our facilities for several years with little or no change in the PPM originally tested when stored. The self life should be many years, based on current observations.

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For general protection form colds, flu and other infectious diseases, a daily dose of one tablespoon is recommended. Only increase dosage if a condition develops in spite of the normal daily dosage. Call if you have any question or want to discuss treatment of some particular situation.

More information and things to consider:
A question that seems to come up frequently these days, is whether or not the Colloid Master is a constant current device. The answer is: yes, but it is more complex than that. To call it simply a constant current device does not justly describe the complexity of the process. The current and voltage is adjusted to the optimal levels by the device. It also monitors the solution and automatically shuts off at the approximate parts per million it is adjusted to by the user.

The Colloid Master does produce a constant current, that is also modulated. Don''t be fooled by the misinformation out there, and those that try to get you to believe that all colloidal processes are basically the same. Not true! A simple 9 volt battery operated unit, or units with simple cheap linear power supplies and no true control cannot be compared to the Colloid Master. These folks are selling you $ 5.00-$15.00 worth of parts slapped together and sold for $ 35.00 to $ 80.00 do you believe you are getting a deal?

There are apparently marketers of products that sit on top of a glass etc. that are a very simple 9 volt battery design with no control over the type of colloid that is produced, they try to get you to think that it is a superior process if there are no wires to hook up. What is more important is whether or not the proper amount of voltage and amperage is reaching the electrodes at a given stage in the process, regardless of how the electrodes connect to the colloidal silver generator.

The conductivity of the liquid changes throughout the process because the conductivity of the water increases as more silver is dispersed into the liquid (water). If the equipment is not designed to compensate for these changes the size of the particles will not be consistent. We typically spend more money on the parts that we use to make our generators than others are charging for the retail cost of the simple generators they are selling.

Regarding stirring, the Colloid Master (R) employs a bi-directional current pattern to the electrodes. This causes the particles to be moved into the solution without the use of a stirrer. We addressed this issue long before others even thought to consider it. Research in this regard is on going.

We could sell a cheap unit, we don''t because we believe that it is too important that we provide the best possible equipment, at the best price. Our colloidal silver generator is not cheap, it is inexpensive relative to the cost of parts and workmanship and general cost of doing business. We only sell a quality device backed by our 30 day money back guarantee and 3 year parts and workmanship warranty.

Colloid Master Overview
Our goal has been to create a colloidal silver generator (scientific instrument designed for dispersing metals into liquids) that produces consistently small silver particles. Below is a brief description of the Colloid Master. To make a long story short, it is a sophisticated device that is simple to operate. It has an adjustable Parts per million / shut off dial. The Colloid Master starts by simply pressing a button, then forget about it. It will shut it''s self off when the process is done.

The Colloid Master incorporates a built in water quality test function.

The Colloid Master Colloidal silver generator, monitors the condition of the liquid throughout the process, once the proper PPM is reached it shuts off automatically. The user chooses the PPM setting. The Colloid Master is adjustable, it does not use a simple timer or a meter for manual shut off. The professional design incorporates complicated features into it''s circuit design that automatically modulate the current in order to create superior dispersions.

The Colloid Master makes one quart batches as a standard size batch. The user could also make 8 ounces or a gallon. What will change will be the amount of time required to make the colloid, surface area of electrodes needed (length), and distance between the electrodes. We have had success in making one Gallon batches using a 1 1/2" inch distance between electrodes.

Experimentation is possible with the Colloid Master. Although we have established a recommended electrode distance and amounts of water used, it will allow for changes in the process. We do not provide customer support for such experimentation with different size containers and electrode distances.

Front View

Rear View

This image shows where the electrode wires connect using spring loaded terminal connectors. The wall transformer power supply plugs into the coaxial plug on the back of the Colloid Master.

The wall transformer power supply

View of typical electrode set up for a standard narrow mouth canning jar (by Ball (R), Mason (R), Kerr (R), Atlas etc.)

It is not necessary to use lab glass to make colloid with the Colloid Master. It was designed so that it can be used with a common canning jar. Standard jars made by Ball (R), Mason (R), Kerr (R), Atlas etc. all work well.

Note: Do not use wide mouth jars, a standard jar as we suggest has a 2 1/2 inch opening at the top. Notice the electrodes are placed on opposite sides of the jar. The electrode contact wires are pre installed into the Colloid Master with copper clips on the ends for attachment to the electrodes. Notice a small tab of the electrode faces outward to attach to (See picture above). The tab can also point downward and may ease keeping the electrodes straight down in the jar once the electrode wires are attached.

Points to consider when making colloid with the Colloid Master

Parts per million
The dial of the Colloid Master goes from 1 to 10, this does not represent parts per million, the Colloid Master comes with an example PPM chart that illustrates approximate PPM. below is the correlation to parts per million.

Recent tests show that using 32 ounces of water that the recommended PPM production range for the Colloid Master Model 777 Universal AC is 5 to 20 PPM.

The dial indicates from 1 to 10 so that it is not locked into use for silver only, experimentation with other metals such as zinc and copper for example. We do not offer customer support for issues regarding PPM etc. regarding use with other metals at this time. The automatic shut off feature is not expected to function the same for other metals. Out focus has been with regard to silver.

Note: Based on research, it has been our long standing opinion that the optimal range for silver is 13.5 to 17 PPM. There are many factors that we took into consideration when making this decision, including; stability, quality and integrity. Silver dispersion is in our opinion, is in essence saturated at 13.5 to 17 PPM, although higher PPM can be forced or attained, our research has convinced us that forcing higher PPM may compromise the quality, stability or integrity, and in effect causes it to be less balanced.
If you are interested in monitoring the PPM of the colloid you produce with the Colloid Master the most precise way is with proper lab equipment, although a quick relatively accurate and inexpensive way is to use a PWT (pure water test) meter.

A PWT meter (by Hanna Instruments etc.) measures conductivity, this data is then interpolated to reflect the parts per million. Although there is no inexpensive device that directly measures ppm, we have found that this method is a very reliable method to approximate the ppm. We are authorized distributors for Hanna Instruments. The PWT meter made by Hanna Instruments, Item number is # 66 (with calibration solution) for $ 55.00. It is accurate to within 2 percent full scale. The interpolation of the conductivity to PPM translates to approximately less than 1 PPM full scale regarding accuracy.

The most sensible method to validate your meter and the strength of the dispersion, is, once you are accustomed to using the equipment, and know what the most common setting is that you use, then send a sample in to a lab to determine PPM of silver. The reason is, the meter is an inexpensive spot check technique, accurate lab tests range from $ 35 - $ 200 per sample. The Hanna PWT meter it is more sensitive to ions, and the solution is a combination of ions and particles. Both particles and ions register by the meter, but at differing values. Therefore water quality and other factors effect the overall results.

Note: We do most research with the Colloid Master using setting 5.5 but we also use settings 5, 6, and on occasion setting 7. Gallons are usually made at setting 7 or 8 with a 1 1/2 inch electrode distance.

How long does it take to produce the colloid?
The normal range of time it takes to produce colloid is 3 to 8 hours. You will get to know what to expect after making several batches, and with experience over time. The manual explains this in more detail.

The time required to produce a colloid at the same setting may vary slightly from one use to the next, even when using the same water, but the resulting colloid is predictable, small particle size is maintained and as a result the dispersion is relatively stable. The PPM is very repeatable. We have batches in storage from over a year ago that has remained the same as when it was stored, or at least to within the accuracy of the PWT meter, approximately 1 PPM variance.

As mentioned before, the Colloid Master functions the same way every time it is used, however; there are other factors to consider. Changes in environmental conditions effect the process such as ionization in the air that is transferred to the container during the process, as well as forms of energy directed at Earth from solar events. That is why we do not use a timer, we have found that, in order to maintain small particles and to force unwanted byproducts created during the process out of the sol a precise adaptive process is required.

During the process there is water and silver interacting with current, silver atoms are dispersed into the water also some silver combines directly with oxygen (silver oxide) the dark color on the electrodes. Some silver also combines directly with hydrogen, and appears as a silver white substance. The Colloid Master is designed to allow the unwanted particles to accumulate and fall out of suspension to the bottom of the container. There will also be accumulation onto the electrodes. The finished colloid should be filtered using filter. Filter sources are included in the manual. The electrodes are cleaned before each new batch using the included cleaning pad.

The Colloid Master was designed to be used with a common canning jar. Lab glass is expensive and not required for this process. When the electrodes are suspended into the jar by the rim of the jar, and the electrodes are on opposite sides of the jar, there is then a 2 1/2 inch distance between them. The process will speed up considerably if the distance is reduced to two inches. This can be accomplished using a plastic lid that fits the jar, such as from a mayonnaise jar, cutting 3/4 inch slits in the lid at a distance of 2 inches apart. Each electrode can then be slid into the jar and a distance of 2 inches, or other experimental distances for different metals can be maintained.

What are the reasons that production time can vary?
Production time and parts per million in general will vary primarily due to factors such as water quality, power source, having the jar too close to 110 - 220 Volt AC power lines or anything that creates moving magnetic fields such as a 220 Volt AC motors e.g. clothes dryer etc.. Surprisingly one of the biggest concerns is the SUN, in particular solar events. This may seem odd at first, however; we have monitored numerous solar events that correlate to observed changes in the colloidal production time and resulting colloid for more than five years at the time of this writing.

Solar events are a big issue, especially during this time. This is due to the fact that we are in an extended solar maximum period, the sun is sending lots of high speed particles such as x-rays our way. We have noticed that if the events are very dramatic, the process as well as the colloid can be effected. It is easy to visually identify the effects caused by solar occurrences such as coronal mass ejection that are directed to and effect Earth. This is discussed in the manual.

You can monitor the solar events yourself here: Here is a link for you to access a very good data base for monitoring solar events and the geomagnetic field:

About the use of salt
We do not use salt for colloid production, it causes variations in the process and the resulting colloid / dispersion that our opinion is undesirable. Instead we suggest the addition of 2 to 3 ounces of previously made colloid to the fresh water before starting a new batch, this will decrease the time needed to complete the process. Using previously made colloid as a STARTER is the optimal method. The use of previously made colloid as a starter will take less time for the process to be complete, but does not generally increase PPM.

About heating the water
Heating the water is not required with the Colloid Master, it is designed to work at room temperature approximately 72 degrees F, this allows the process to proceed as it is designed to. Maintaining a warmer temperature, such as on a coffee mug warmer is known to speed the process.

Important information about colloid production!
It is best to keep the clear glass canning jar container or lab glass that the colloid is being made in a dark place or covered to protect it from exposure to light.

The process seems to be taking too long, how can I check how close it is to being finished?
While the process is active the green Processing light (led) will be on. The process is complete when the green light goes off and the red Process Finished light (led) goes on. To check the progress of the process you can turn the PPM adjustment dial down toward the number one setting on the dial and note where the GREEN light goes off. If the green light goes off with only a very slight movement of the dial it is so close to completion that when this happens we stop the process and consider it done. If you find that it still has a way to go, it is a good idea to clean the electrodes, reset the dial to the desired PPM setting then press the start button to restart the process.

What happens when the process is complete?
The colloid will go through a dispersion process during the first 36 hours after being made approximately). During this time the particles create stable associations, at completion the particles are in a stable state, relatively. It is important of particular importance to keep the colloid out of the light while it is processing and for aprox. 36 hours afterward. Storage of the finished product should be in a clear glass container kept in a dark location, amber glass or a ceramic container that does not allow any light through.

How do I know the distilled water I use to make the colloid is pure? Since the Colloid Master was designed in essence to monitor PPM, it can be used to pre test water quality. To test the distilled water simply fill the jar with water, place the electrodes into the water and suspended from the rim each electrode on opposite sides of the jar. Plug the Colloid master into the power, turn the PPM adjuster to the highest setting, press the start button, then turn the dial down toward the lowest numbered setting and observe where the green light goes out. It is best if the green light does not go off, this means the water is as pure as possible.

Trouble shooting: The green light (process running LED) won''t stay on, why?
As described in the water test above, the Colloid Master knows if the water is pure or not, if the dial is turned to the highest setting and when the green start button is pressed the green light goes on while the button is pressed, but it then goes off when you take your finger off of the start button. This normally indicates either highly contaminated water, rarely a dysfunctional unit.

The solution is to first confirm water quality with a PWT tester, or try another brand of water. If you are using your own distiller replace the (polishing) filter. The polishing filter is the carbon filter most often located in the spout of the distiller. How can I be sure it is not the Colloid Master that is the problem?

The first test is power up, with the electrode wires NOT attached to the electrodes, plug power supply in to the Colloid Master, the red test light should go on to show proper functioning. Press start. If you find that the green light will not stay on, and the electrodes wires are not touching each other, nor are connected to the electrodes, then the unit may not be working properly. If the green light stays on, then the problem is almost certainly the water quality. Remember, use only distilled water.If you want to talk to a live person call customer support (218) 885-0049. If you have questions before buying feel free to give us a call. You can rest assured you will always have any problem fixed or replaced in a timely fashion.

The Colloid Master standard electrodes are 6 X 1/2 Inch 99.9 pure fine silver. Each set of electrodes will last several years under normal use. An expected amount is 75 - 100 quarts per set of electrodes (at higher settings). Electrodes will last for years, depends on setting used, amount made and how often. Example only!


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