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Instructions of Making Colloidal Silver Using Spooky2 13

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Follow these simple steps to create true nano-particle colloidal silver with a high silver content.

The silver particle size will be very small. This increases effectiveness.
1. Thoroughly clean the Spooky silver rods and container, glass or ceramic. Rinse with distilled water and dry with a napkin. Fill a container with distilled water. Do not use tap or filtered water. These will almost certainly contain unwanted impurities and chemicals.

2. Place two clean and shiny silver rods in the water. They must be more than one inch apart and larger than 14 AWG in thickness – 9 AWG is ideal because the surface area is greater. This makes smaller particles and has the bonus of being stronger. The rods should be at least 99.99% pure silver. Find silver rods here.

Place the container on the magnetic stirrer and insert the little plastic agitator.

It is a good idea to cover your container with a lid or plastic food wrap. This ensures airborne dust particles do not settle into the water, causing it to change color.

3. Making Connection

Clip the alligator clamps onto the silver rods and plug the other end of the cable to the colloidal silver port of Spooky Boost v3.0.

Connect the generator to your computer’s USB port and plug in the power adapter.

4. Software setting:
Launch Spooky2 and use the calculator to estimate the Dwell you need to enter for the Colloidal Silver Generation program. You may have to go to step 5 and briefly run the generator to measure the Current (mA) with a multimeter so you can enter it in the calculator.

The four fields under By Calculation are interactive. Changing a value in one will alter the values in the others. Enter your numbers in the top three to find the Dwell Multiplier you need to enter in the Program Options pane.

The total time needed to make your CS will be shown beside Duration.
The two fields under By Measurement are not interactive. Enter the TDS of your distilled water before you start, then the TDS of the final product (or during production). The Estimated PPM will be shown beneath.

Note that a TDS (Total Dissolved Solids) meter will NOT measure the colloidal silver content of a solution. Colloids are not dissolved solids.

If you don’t have a multimeter to measure the current, simply make the supposition that your system will consume 0.2 mA. This is a very rough average estimate that assumes you have two 9 AWG rods one inch apart submerged to a depth of 12 inches in distilled water.

5. Load the Colloidal Silver Generation – JW Preset under Miscellaneous directory. Then go to Programs tab, enter the estimated dwell (Duration mins) into the Dwell Multiplier field. The waveform has been designed to produce very small silver particles of varying size. Do not rush the manufacturing process. Slower is better. Now start your preset. And good luck!


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  1. I am using 500 ml deionized water to make 20PPM CS. The estimated time is 12:30 hrs. But the entire process was completed within 2 hours or so. Is the total run time shown as 12hours 30 min is only an estimate and not mandatory that the process has to take to much time – am I right ???

  2. Greetings I purchased the spooky 2 not too long ago and I’m very concerned about making ionic silver vs true silver. I have been told that true silver is a yellowish color and when I make colloidal silver using the spooky generator I have a clear solution what do I need to do in order to get pure silver?

    1. Hi, this is colloidal silver not ionic silver and please check the difference from the link:
      It can be clear or slightly yellow. When it comes to colloidal solutions, the main parameters contributing to color change(plasmon) likely come down to particle type, size and density. Of which I’d add, the type parameter depends on whether one chooses to qualify ions as particles or not.
      You can go to this link for more details: https://www.spooky2support.com/hc/en-us/articles/218011297-What-would-affect-the-color-of-colloidal-silver-

  3. Where can I find instructions on using a multi-meter to determine current?

    1. Hi, please feel free to contact our technical staff [email protected], they will give you much more professional advice:)

  4. How can I use a multimeter to test the output from the generator? 🙂

    1. Hi, please feel free to contact our customer service [email protected], our technical staff will reply to you ASAP and give you much more professional advice:)

  5. Does the laptop need to remain connected throughout the process (12.5 hours for 500ml), or can it run with the generator standalone please? Thanks

    Sue Silverthorne
    1. Hi, you need to keep your computer connect to complete this process:)

  6. I made one successful batch of 500ml three days ago, the infrared light test was strong and good. I have tried twice since but both batches failed the ‘red light’ test. I just can’t figure out what I’m doing wrong. I can’t keep throwing it away and tying the laptop and generator up for it all to be wasted. I have screenshots plus photos and video of the light test but can’t find how to put it on here. Please could you advise?

    Sue Silverthorne
    1. forgot to say, amplitude says 0 under generator output on Control tab. Is that right?

      Sue Silverthorne
    2. Hi, could you send your doubts to [email protected], better with some photos, so that our support team can help you have a further check and help you better:)

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