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Colloidal Production
Power Supply Systems

PS-20 Dual Channel/Dual Port
LVDC Ionic System

PS-20 DualPort System

PS-120 User Variable
Ionic System

PS-120 Lab System

 NST -  Single or multimode port HVAC Only 15kv Nano-Particulate System
NST HVAC Systems

PS-1000   Eight Channel/Dual Mode
LVDC Ionic 19" Rack Commercial System

PS-1000 8 Channel LVDC Rack System


Colloidal Production Quick Help Guide

-covers information about our different Power Supplies and the Colloidal Production Methods we use.


The information below will hopefully help answer many of the questions you may have in regards

to our Colloidal production systems, accessories and the types and methods of production we recommend.


It is important that you read & study the entire help guide before contacting us for additional assistance.

Specific questions about our systems and what they produce, including batch potency outcomes, particle size, batch sizes, voltage, current and production times are all answered within this guide. Also, our prices are not a secret, jump over to the web pricelist to shop for systems, extra electrodes and even finished colloidal products for you to try before jumping into a production system of your own. If a price of a system is not listed, it's because we'll need your ship to address (country, State, City and zip) to figure out proper shipping charges to give you a more complete quote.


Colloidal Minerals and their Production

Updated April '2017

What is the difference between regular Ionic Colloidal Minerals and the newer Nano Colloidal Minerals?

All Colloidal Minerals have particles that are both Ionic and particulate in nature. The actual method of colloidal production greatly influences the ionic or particulate percentage/ratio outcome of a given colloidal mineral solution. Basically, if a colloidal producer uses a LVDC (low voltage direct current) electrolysis in a non-chemical added method, the end result will normally produce a charged ionic particle. These ionic particles are tiny and are measured in the smaller end of the micron scale. Ionic products normally average about 90-95% Ionic charged particles and the reminder makes up actual metallic (particulate) clusters of silver, or whatever your base electrode mineral was used.


For a size comparison; 1 micron is equal to 1000 nanometers. Obviously particles produced in the smaller Nano meter range is about 1000 times smaller than the average micron particle.


Colloidal producers who use HV (high voltage) electrolysis and let their colloidal batches progress naturally - without adding any chemicals will normally produce a much smaller (as much as 1000 times smaller) Nano particulate colloidal charged particle. No matter which method or power supply (colloidal generator) you use, the actual particle size WILL vary from batch to batch and even from test to test. Many natural variables interfere with each and every colloidal batch, 100% of the time. For a honest colloidal producers who wishes to publish their products particle size, to be accurate, should publish in terms of an estimated particle size.


Basically, if any producer states that a particular power supply or colloidal generator (or method they employ) can produce exactly such or such particle size is being a bit dishonest. To accurately advertise a particular particle size, one would have to constantly be measuring every single batch for potency, turbidity and run a TEM to produce a particle size numbers.

We have noticed that many small colloidal startup producers and companies have their science facts posted incorrectly. Older style Ionic or LVDC produced Colloidal products are usually measured in the larger micron sized particle range, while the new Nano particulate colloidal products are measured in the Nanometer range or 'NanoScopic' range. There exists multiple levels of 'smallness' beyond just micron and Nano.  Recently, we noticed several companies advertising that they are producing particles in the even smaller pico scale, while some hucksters are throwing out more tiny particle sizes down in the angstrom ranges to 'sound' like they know what they are doing.

Let's just be perfectly clear here, there is not ONE single colloidal manufacturer (our company included) who has ever gone through the full FDA Approved testing steps to definitively or accurately state they have the best, or safest, or can say that they produce the smallest colloidal particle product on the market.

The seed money just to start the FDA approval and testing process in 2007 was over ten million dollars. Today it has probably doubled that amount.

All colloidal companies make their products 'outside' of current FDA regulations by calling the products 'nutritional supplements'.


In the case of our products, our family used two different independent labs to better verify our colloidal production methods and to prove our estimate potency and particle size.

Just how small are Colloidal Mineral Particles compared to other tiny objects and why is it important

to produce the smallest colloidal particle possible?

Below is a chart to give the colloidal researcher an idea of just how small both ionic and Nano particulate colloidal particles are created. Smaller colloidal particles (in both the micron and Nano ranges) have been both lab tested and medically proven to attack virus and pathogens in similar fashions, effectively smothering or disabling the virus or pathogen in petri lab tests. Basically, a broader statement that seems ground in medical fact is that the smaller the colloidal particle, the more bio-effective it is for working at the cellular level.

What happens to each colloidal particle when it comes into contact with human stomach acids and even the bloodstream as a whole is still subject to both scientific and medical criticism. It is becoming clear however, that the smaller the colloidal particle is, while not being oversaturated or conglomerated, the more bio-effective it seems to be.

'Fly' into the work of cells & viruses here:

1 (u) micron = 1000 (nm) nanometer



Much Smaller
Nano Range

Eye of a Needle

1,230 microns

1230000 nm

Human Hair

40 to 300 microns

40000 nm - 300000 nm

Oil Smoke

 1 micron

1000 nm

Regular Ionic Colloidal Liquids

0.5 - 1.5 microns

500 nm -1500 nm

Nano Colloidal Liquids

.001 - .030

1 nm -30 nm


10 to 1000 microns

10000 nm -1000000 nm

Tobacco Smoke

0.01 to 1 microns

10 nm - 1000 nm

Coal Dust

1 to 100 microns

1000 nm - 100000 nm