Alkaline Water Ionizer Videos

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Enagic SD-501, Jupiter Aquarius and Tyent MMP-5050 pH and ORP Comparison

Date: April 2007
  1. The industry’s first comparison on the same source water.

In one of the water ionizer industry’s first live comparison videos, three of the leading water ionizer brands were setup 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

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Uncovering the Truth about Plate Technology

Date: November 2010
  1. Learn about plate design and composition
  2. Discover whether your ionizer plates are flimsy or prone to melting
  3. 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 while putting to rest the many rumors floating around the industry about “poisonous plates.”

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Discover Chemical Warnings in Enagic’s Fine Print

Date: October 2009
  1. Find out what chemicals are required to make Strong Alkaline and Acidic Kangen Water
  2. Learn if there is a food preservative in the filter
  3. Find out about Enagic’s 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).

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Life 7500, Ionways Athena and TyentUSA 7070 Compared

Date: September 2008
  1. Get a look at the Life 7500
  2. Get a goodlook at the 5-plate Athena

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.

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Discover the Tricks of the Ionizer Trade

Date: September 2008
  1. Learn how to spot irregularities
  2. Uncover the power of boosting performance with unwanted 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.

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

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Measuring Internal Components

Date: January 2009
  1. Realize that measurements can’t be faked
  2. Discover how the Life 7500 water cell compares to the Tyent 7070 and Ionways Athena

In a mission to cut through the mumbo-jumbo and simplify the variables, machines are opened in order 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.

14 Responses

  • Aug 12th, 2013 at 9:05 pm
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    JOEI POWERS says:

    Hexagon water filtration system 2 seem to very good can YOU check it out & do a review on it ?

  • Feb 3rd, 2013 at 12:21 am
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    jim says:

    Good video, the highest PH 10 is good for our daily drink water, right? so we need buy the best one. thanks..

  • Jan 14th, 2013 at 12:00 pm
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    Helen says:

    need to purchase an ionizer. what is the best product for my money. user friendly and long lasting. pls advize.

  • Jan 1st, 2013 at 12:00 pm
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    marc says:

    New years day 2013 and looking forward to a healthy year. Would love to see a current review for water ionizers. Please post soon.
    Thanks.

  • Sep 14th, 2012 at 4:29 am
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    TJC says:

    I am just getting the “in” on ionizers. I am going to start a campaign in my area to bring PH and thyroid balance to my work place. We have a huge wellness program going on and I need to lose weight, and help family members improve their health. Thank you for your objective information. PLEASE bring us some UPTODATE reference material. The video’s speak strongly!

  • Jul 15th, 2012 at 12:21 pm
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    Jeanie dennett says:

    It’s now 2012 ~ what is the best current top model machine ~ hopefully not too bulky ~ like the person above I nearly bought a Kangen ~ praise the Lord for your above info. I’d also like information on an under sink option also ~ I need two machines. Jeanie

  • Apr 22nd, 2012 at 1:07 am
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    Paulina Richards says:

    this is 2012 do you have any up to date research has new machines comes out what is the current top model.

  • Mar 11th, 2012 at 11:14 pm
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    juliana says:

    Disregard.. I just so your buyer’s guide!!
    THanks for the info.. it help alot :)

  • Mar 11th, 2012 at 11:09 pm
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    juliana bossano says:

    I need a water ionizer…So wich of all the machine do you recommend? Tyent as the top one? I almost purchase theKangen! I just so your video and now I’m confuse.

  • Jan 22nd, 2012 at 10:29 pm
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    Ken Anderson says:

    Ever thought about doing a series on Air Purifiers?

    Now, there’s an industry full of B.S. where it’s really difficult for consumers to seperate the hype from the facts.

    If you have the time, I’d enjoy hearing from you.

    BTW, nice job on the ionizers!

  • Oct 22nd, 2011 at 8:44 pm
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    Debbie says:

    What do you think of the tyent 9000T under counter unit?

  • Nov 4th, 2011 at 3:47 pm
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    admin says:

    Hello Debbie,

    A close friend of mine just purchased the 9000 turbo about a month ago. I love its exterior and think it is quite possibly a “game changer”. Besides its pure beauty, preliminary tests seem to show it produces extreme levels of acid and alkaline water. I hope to be able to get my hands on my own soon to do a more thorough test. You can be sure I will post my results!

  • Jul 18th, 2012 at 5:01 pm
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    admin says:

    Hi Jeanie,

    The best, least bulky unit in my opinion is the UCE-9000 from Tyent which is an under the counter model. There are other great units as well, but the UCE-9000 T has great features and takes up very little room on your counter. Did you buy your two units yet?

  • Jan 15th, 2013 at 6:33 pm
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    admin says:

    Hi Helen! Thanks for visiting! You can find what you’re looking for in our free Buyer’s Guide. You can download it here http://ionizerresearch.com/buyersguide/

    Please let us know if you have any more questions after reading through the guide. Thanks!

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