Batch ionizers

Batch ionizers have been known since 1931. They are the most original and simplest form to get water to be electrolytically activated. No producer has yet received a design award for one. Functionality is in the foreground. These devices cost about one-third of what you have to invest for a suitable flow through ionizer.

They consist of an electrolytic cell with a cathode chamber and the anode chamber separated by a diaphragm membrane. The chambers are filled manually with filtered water. The electrolysis is powered by a DC power supply with continuous voltage and controlled via control buttons on a timer.

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