Water Ionizer Plates… Five, Seven or Nine?

The plates inside of a water ionizer are the most important part of the machine. There are many factors to consider when researching what kinds of plates are in the machine. These factors include the number of plates, what the plates are made out of and whether they are solid, mesh or solid/mesh hybrid. Today’s article will focus on the number of plates inside of a water ionizer machine.

Five Plates: Good

Features:

  • Creates water with average levels of pH and negative ORP.
  • Typically has a one- to five-year warranty.
  • Usually has only one filter.

What to Look for:

  • Look for an SMPS Plus power supply.
  • Look for plates that are at least seven inches in length.

Seven Plates: Better

Features:

  • Performs 40% better than a five-plate machine.
  • Creates water with satisfactory levels of pH and negative ORP.
  • Offers better warranties than five-plate machines. A lifetime warranty is the best.

What to Look for:

  • Look for a machine that has two filters.
  • Look for an SMPS Plus power supply.
  • Make sure the machine has at least 200 watts of power.
  • Look for plates that are at least seven inches in length.

Nine Plates: Best

Features:

  • Considered the best on the market.
  • Creates water with ideal levels of pH and negative ORP.

What to Look for:

  • Look for a machine that has a lifetime warranty.
  • Make sure the machine has dual filtration.
  • Look for an SMPS Plus power supply.
  • Make sure the machine has a minimum of 350 watts of power.
  • Look for plates that are at least seven inches in length.

You’re making a big investment when you purchase a water ionizer machine. It is critical to do your research and find the right machine to perfectly suit your family’s needs.

Now you’re aware of the number of plates to look for in a water ionizer machine. Make sure to check back often for new articles discussing the specifics of the machines. Our next post will continue our discussion about plates and plate material, including solid, mesh and solid/mesh hybrid plates.

2 Responses

  • Mar 14th, 2013 at 9:39 am
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    Lolita says:

    There is a metaphysical fair this weekend in Denver and an ionizer company is going to be there. I was thinking of purchasing a portable water ionizer from Waterworks4u.com. Do you have any thoughts on portable ionizers. And if so, do you recommend the alkaline diet stick from this company?

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