Water Ionizer Plates: Solid/Mesh Hybrid
In an earlier blog post, we discussed the pros and cons of solid plates and mesh plates. Today we will review solid/mesh hybrid plates of water ionizer machines and why we think they are the best choice.
The solid/mesh hybrid plates offer all the pros of both solid plates and mesh plates without any of the cons. These plates have the perfect balance of surface area and conductive edges.
HOW ARE SOLID/MESH PLATES MADE?
Hybrid plates start out as a solid titanium plate.
Q: Why titanium?
A: Titanium is the most bio-compatible metal.
Next, special electrolysis distribution holes are drilled into the titanium plate. These holes are drilled in specific locations so the strength and integrity of the solid plate are not compromised.
Q: Why electrolysis distribution holes?
A: The electrolysis distribution holes are large enough to discourage clogging from lime scale.
Then, the hybrid plates are dipped multiple times in platinum.
Q: Why platinum?
A: Platinum is used to enhance conductivity, and the process of dipping the plates increases the surface area of the plates.
After the plates are dipped, they are baked to harden the platinum coating.
Q: Are solid/mesh hybrid plates strong?
A: Yes! Very strong! The solid/mesh hybrid plates have the strength of the solid plates and the increased surface area of the mesh plates, which is crucial for conducting electricity.
The result is water with a great range of pH and the best production of -ORP, or negative oxidation reduction potential, to:
- Increase energy
- Minimize wrinkles
- Boost immunity
- Slow down the aging process
- Increase metabolism
To learn more about other important features of water ionizer machines and all the benefits of ionized water, download our Free Buyer’s Guide.