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Concentrations ppm & mg / L

In Europe, the ratio ppm has become manifest in connection with colloidal silver (KS) over the past two decades. ppm means parts by weight in milligrams (mg) silver (Ag) per liter (1 liter corresponds to 1,000,000 mg) of distilled water.


This concentration information can also be found in connection with dosage recommendations in all publications relating to KS. These dosage recommendations sometimes range up to 200ppm.


KS is made using silver electrodes, distilled water and electricity. The laws of electrolysis of the chemist Faraday were and are used to calculate the production time for a certain concentration. The table enclosed with conventional devices is also based on this formula.


According to our research, the above formula cannot be used in the production of KS without adding further parameters and provides incorrect results. Instead of, for example, 200ppm, the suspension contains only about a tenth of the expected 200mg silver / liter, namely 20mgAg / liter.

All successes with KS in recent years are based on these dosage recommendations. The success came with only about a tenth of the silver than expected.


goSilver © takes this new knowledge into account and changes the concentration information on the devices. From now on, these correspond to the actual silver content in the suspension in mgAg / liter. The missing parameters for the production of KS have been added to the original Faraday formula. This extended formula is stored in the microprocessor and together with the second measurement of the current actually flowing, the amount of charge Q, the product of current times time, is determined and used for automatic shutdown - according to the desired concentration.


Only with goSilver © you get a result that can be reproduced at any time with the TRUEppm © technology with the actual silver content in milligrams per liter. e.g. 20mg / liter are 20 TRUEppm ©.


goSilver © and TRUEppm © are protected word marks of goSilver GmbH.

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