Archive for August, 2009

The VS70 has 7 flat plate plates and operates at a maximum of 150 watts. I’ve had no trouble getting acid water at 3.0 or lower with alkaline pH hovering around 11.0 on the high side. This unit produces these extreme pH levels without the use of any chemicals or minerals.

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I got my “rumor of the week” early this week.  Every week I hear some new rumor circulating about one water ionizer company or another.  I jokingly refer to these things as “rumors of the week” or “poop de jour.”  So I decided to start a blog series to address these rumors, myths and just […]

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Installing an under-counter or “faucet style” water ionizer is just as easy as the above the counter installation when connecting directly to the cold water line below the sink.  No need to call a plumber – most people can do this themselves in 30 minutes or less. Instead of installing a faucet diverter, you’re installing […]

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Most customers get their water ionizers, hook them up and everything is fine.  A few, though, call a plumber.  These result is some of my most frustrating support calls. Installing any water ionizer is pretty simple.  Too simple, in fact, for some plumbers to grasp.  Before you call a plumber to help install your water […]

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“Donna” is a Water Ionizer Authority customer who called several months ago looking for a less expensive alternative to Enagic’s SD501.  She was assured that no other water ionizer would be able to produce the results she would get from an Enagic water ionizer.  She felt good about her decision to purchase a Tyent TURBO […]

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Reality Check:  Units Burning Out Among other things, one concern expressed by customers is that they don’t want a unit that will “burn out”  or “burn up” from overheating or overuse.  While this is a risk with ANY electrical appliance there are some things you should know about water ionizers and the risk of “burn […]

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