Enagic SD-501, Jupiter Aquarius and Tyent MMP-5050 pH and ORP Comparison
Date: April 2007
- industry’s first comparison on the same source water
In one of the water ionizer industry’s first live comparison videos, Rob Gray sets up the three leading water ionizer brands on the same source water for pH and ORP comparison. Multiple camera angles were used to show the test was done without camera tricks or cuts.
One important note for consideration is that ionizers must be tested at the same time on the same source water to be accurate. Many manufacturers offer a range of pH and ORP performance, but without comparative perspective, it’s hard to know how the ionizer will perform on your water.
Uncovering the Truth about Plate Technology
Date: November 2010
- learn about plate design and composition
- are plates flimsy or prone to melting?
- get a handle on “medical-grade” titanium
One of the most important (and misunderstood) components of a water ionizer is the metal electrolysis plate. As you’ll learn in this video, ionizer manufacturers utilize various designs to increase the surface and electrolysis conductivity areas of the plates to maximize each plate’s efficiency. The more efficient the plate, the less power is required to produce a strong effect on the water.
Take a moment and have some fun with site founder Rob Gray of IonizersReviewed.com as he helps put to rest the many rumors floating around the industry about “poisonous plates”.
Discover Chemical Warnings in Enagic’s Fine Print
Date: October 2009
- find out what chemicals are required to make Strong Alkaline and Acidic Kangen Water
- is a food preservative in the filter?
- learn about required warranty maintenance
Take a behind-the-scenes look at the Enagic SD-501 User Manual for some insight to the various chemicals used in the process of creating Kangen water. We think it’s a little strange that the User Manual for this ionizer can’t be found anywhere else on the internet (so far as we can tell).
Join IonizersReviewed.com site founder Rob Gray as he (and some of his family) have a little fun with the fine print.
Life 7500, Ionways Athena and TyentUSA 7070 Compared
Date: September 2008
- introducing the Life 7500
- a first look at the 5-plate Athena
Though recorded with poor audio quality, Rob Gray from IonizersReviewed.com offers another insightful “same source water” comparison of a few upgraded water ionizers new to hit the scene.
Once again, the video is created without camera cuts or tricks so that the viewer has the best perspective to decide the outcome for themselves.
Discover the Tricks of the Ionizer Trade
Date: September 2008
- learn how to spot irregularities
- boosting performance with chemicals
It happens in just about every industry: the truth is often bent or completely overlooked during the sales process. All too often, sales people prey on consumer ignorance to sell you something you don’t need or possibly don’t want.
In this video, Rob Gray of IonizersReviewed.com offers some advice on how to spot the tricks so you can avoid some common mistakes and save some money.
Measuring Internal Components
Date: January 2009
- measurements can’t be faked
- see how the Life 7500 water cell compares to the Tyent 7070 and Ionways Athena
In his mission to cut through the mumbo-jumbo and simplify the variables, Rob Gray of IonizersReviewed.com opens up a few popular machines to measure the water cells.
Common sense tells us that larger water cells will yield higher (and proportional) pH and ORP results during the electrolysis process. As another video shows, there is a direct correlation between the size of the cell and its performance.