SWAP means the polarity at the electrodes is reversing periodically,
converting electro-chemical byproducts of electrolysis [silver oxide and
silver hydroxide] back into silver ions
SWAP has nothing to do with PPM.
Contaminants come with the water or are absorbed out of the air.
Absolutely pure water is a near impossibility on this planet.
 Pure Water is a very good solvent.
Making ionic silver strong [over saturation of the solution media, water]
makes it want to form compounds..think about how rock candy is made and why
those crystals form as the water is cooled, lowering the saturation point
of the water all that sugar is dissolved in.
 Different chemistry, different type of solution....same idea.

ode

On Tue, Sep 20, 2016 at 9:27 AM, cassidy <pcassi...@tx.rr.com> wrote:

> Ode, does this mean we are better off letting our silver puppy turn off
> automatically and not switching to SWAP mode for higher ppm's.   I usually
> run for an extra hour or -until I reach 20 ppm- on SWAP.  If I understand
> your answer correctly, I am contaminating my silver by doing this.  I
> always use distilled water.  Some qualities are better than others.. Right
> now Sprout's has the best in my area..or last time I checked it.
>
> On 9/20/2016 5:59 AM, Ode Coyote wrote:
>
>> It always runs at a fixed max current of 1 milliamp tailored to the
>> surface area of the electrodes in order to prevent the formation of a super
>> saturation zone at the surface of the electrodes [The Nernst Diffusion
>> layer]
>>
>
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