The new Noble Silver Galvanizer2 is 32V brews colloidal silver a little quicker than the original Galvanizer.
Brewing time for 1 quart is under 3 hours using distilled water only, and less than an hour if you use 1 cup of the colloidal silver from your previous batch. This applies to pure distilled water. Brewing times are close to double for 1/2 gallon batches. Full instructions can be found here:
This colloidal silver brewer comes with 1 set of 6-inch, 16 gauge .999 silver rods. The unit works as is anywhere in North America. For overseas countries check out the wall plug adapters also available, or you can use one of your own.
The jar shown is not included with this option. Choose the Noble Silver Galvanizer with Jar if you don’t have a jar of your own to use.
Any wide-mouth glass or plastic jar can be used. For best results use a jar (glass or plastic) with at least a 3-inch opening. I prefer anchor hocking jars for 2 quart (1/2 gallon) batches. They are shorter and wider than regular mason jars. Having the wires further apart makes smaller particles which is preferable.
*Note: The Noble Silver Galvanizer2 has a 9-month warranty (upgraded from 6 months for the original model) from the date of purchase in the following manner:
The exceptions/conditions to this warranty are:
- If the device was connected to a higher voltage source than it was designed for (110-120 and 240-250 volts AC).
- If the device was exposed to water or other liquids, or if the device has been opened. (We’ll know!)
- If the device has been abused/mistreated – bashed, smashed, broken, cracked, etc. Lightly scratched is ok.
- If the wires or clips were handled and were allowed to touch each other while the unit is turned on. This may short circuit the unit and is not covered by warranty. The instructions clearly state not to handle the unit when it is plugged in. Always have it set to go before plugging in and unplug when finished brewing before disassembling.
If you are unsure if your unit is working try brewing tap water. If it is working you’ll see ‘smoke’ coming off of the silver rod.