The "price" of "PAPER SILVER" has fallen a lot in recent
There is a worldwide shortage of "PHYSICAL SILVER".
In some markets, "PHYSICAL SILVER" is commanding a $30.00
premium over "spot price".
Delivery times can include 6 week DELAYS, even when paying a
We have the silver we advertise IN STOCK!
separately from other items and incurs it's own shipping charge.
items on the same order incur a single silver shipping charge.
to this rule is the silver rod set included with each new generator. Each
generator comes with one set of silver rods, shipped with the generator and
included in the shipment charge.
If the "cart"
charges more than 1 shipping charge for the silver items, the excess will be
refunded when the silver ships.
99.99 % Pure
( the good stuff )
14 gauge rod (12
ga rod is listed below)
6" strips ... 1 pair (2 rods) ... $28.50 (Includes shipping) Additional
sets, on the same silver order are $22.50 each, shipping included
9" strips ... 1 pair (2 rods) ... $38.50 (Includes shipping)
Additional sets, on the same silver order are $32.50 each, shipping
( the good stuff )
12 gauge rod
12 gauge silver rod is about 1.25 times as
thick and 1.5 times as heavy as the same length of 14 gauge rod.
.9999 fine silver is the highest quality
silver rod readily available.
.999 fine silver rod is cheaper, but you
get what you pay for.
12 gauge silver rod will work with any of
6" strips ... 1 pair (2 rods) ... 12 gauge... $39.50 (Includes
shipping) Additional sets, on the same silver order are $33.50 each, shipping
5' Roll ... (1 roll, 60 inches long) ...
$205.00 ON SALE FOR ONLY
$172.50 (Includes shipping) additional rolls, on the same silver order are 166.50
each, shipping included.
Silver, Ag, is the 47th element in the periodic table. In color, silver is white & lustrous. The density of silver is 10.5 g/cc. Silver melts at 952 degrees C, and boils at 2163 degrees C. Silver has a hardness rated between 2.5 and 2.7, and is therefore one of the most malleable of all
metals. In fluids, silver can exist in four basic forms - as a compound, a neutral particle (as in ground silver), a negatively charged particle, and a positively charged ion. Silver contained within plant sources, as part of the normal complement of organic minerals, is usually in the positively charged ionic form.
Silver salts are used extensively in photography. Various silver alloys are used for
silver jewelry. Sterling Silver is used for high class tableware and eating utensils. Silver is an excellent conductor of both heat and electricity making it a key component in many electrical applications. Up until the late 1930's, silver compounds were widely used in medicinal applications. (Silver compounds have largely been supplanted by penicillin [and similar] drugs for the purposes of conventional medicine.)
The "Alternative Medicine" community,
however, is coming back to the use of silver compounds and colloidal silver for
many medicinal purposes. This is due in part to the increasing number of
pathogens that no longer respond to "conventional antibiotics". All pathogenic
viruses and bacteria appear to have a similar oxygen transfer enzyme in their
exterior cell wall. Many researchers believe that when these
single cell pathogens come in contact with silver, the oxygen transfer enzyme is
disabled or inactivated, causing the pathogen to die. I have read numerous
places that "no known virus or bacteria has mutated to be immune to silver".
This statement may be true, or it may simply be the result of inadequate
research. The fact that many people place great stock in the concept explains
why they are willing to "try" colloidal silver when more conventional treatments
fail. The FDA does not approve colloidal silver for any medicinal
use...seeFDA on Colloidal Silver
Silver is commonly available as
grain, ingot, round ingot, coin, sheet, flat stock, and round/half round/or
square rod or wire. Purity includes sterling (a compound), .999 fine, .9999 fine,
and .99999 fine. Prices vary according to supply, and purity. Silver with purity
above .999 fine is not always available.
All ".9999 fine or better" silver wire
is "custom fabricated", that is, refiners and fabricators do not normally keep
"pure silver wire" in stock. Commercial uses for pure silver wire are limited,
compared to other forms of silver and sterling silver
(jewelry) so fabrication of
pure silver wire is normally done on a consignment basis. Most fabricators have
a minimum order size of 1000 troy ounces for wire or rod.
Replacement sets of the pure .9999 fine
(or better) 14 gauge silver rod are available inexpensively from our company.
We also offer 12 gauge
sets of the pure .9999 fine (or better) silver rod, but only in the 6" strips or
the 5 foot rolls.
We guarantee the purity to be at least .9999 fine. None is less pure, much is
more pure. For use with the standard 16-ounce-per-batch units described above, replacement sets of pure .9999 fine
(or better) 14 gauge silver rod are available.