When considering the purchase of Colloidal Silver one must always keep in mind, that the sellers will promote their explanations as to why their products are best. In doing so, they may twist the truth to make their products appear to be safe.
One argument our opponents often use to confuse readers is by stating that a TDS Meter is not accurate and that the correct method of counting PPM is with an ICP Spectrometer. True, because chemicals that THEY use can interfere with the accurate PPM count.
We do not have that problem. The irony of their argument is that they use a TDS Meter themselves on a daily basis to make sure they have the correct PPM reading.
The ICP Spectrometer is practical for nanoparticle and Ionic Solutions, but it will destroy or change the solution when the test is applied. The ICP Spectrometer analysis is not suited to test the end products PPM Content for every bottle they make; they would have to use the TDS Meter because it will not spoil the solution.
Atomic Particles in distilled water is very difficult to test with average Instruments.
The Atoms first have to be consolidated into larger nanoparticles that can then be calculated. The Plasma Arc ICP Spectrometer is employed for this method. It will convert the Atoms into nanoparticles, and at the same confirm what element is within the solution.
The only way it can work for Atomic Particle solutions is that it will burn the solutions contents and create large nanoparticles that can then be estimated. In the process, much of the solution is dissipated, along with the evaporation, some atomic particles will also disappear into the air along with the evaporated water molecules.
Therefore, the ICP Spectrometer Test may give you a semi-accurate idea of how many Silver Saturated Water Molecule Clusters can be converted into nanoparticles.
The reason we say "may" is because the test is dependent on how the Plasma Arc that burns the solution and converts the Atomic Particles is applied.
If the solution gets too hot, it may evaporate everything and render a very low nanoparticle count, or no count at all. If it is slowly heated, then it will render a higher PPM number.
So, it is important to use a reputable testing facility that is not affiliated with the manufacturing company and is non-prejudiced in their conclusions.
The typical TDS Meter that every manufacturer uses to test the PPM of their solutions can actually detect Atomic Particle Silver Saturated Water Molecules.
When we say "3000 PPM" it means the TDS Meter has detected 3000 Silver Saturated Water Molecule Clusters.
Nanoparticle PPM is limited, having a 20 PPM is like having 20 Nanoparticles per millions of parts of the chemical solution.