Pots and Pans
|We recommend stainless steel pots, highly polished pots are generally better. Restaurant quality pots, approved by NSF are also usually better. We have had good experience with the Jamie Oliver stainless steel pots in the past.
To be absolutely sure use the conductivity meter to measure if any ions are leached into the content of the pot or for that matter any container.
|Conductivity Meter - Water Tester|
Conductivity Meter - Water Tester
What pots and pans are good? How does Dr. Hulda Clark determine if pots and pans and even plastic containers do not leach metal ions into the content? Here is how...
Using the LED Water Tester
Test the conductivity of the substance by immersing the tips of the two probes completely into the water to be tested.
Note: When you dip the probes into the water hold the ON button in, this turns the LED green when in the air. Every test starts with a green light.
Observe and record the reaction of the LED.
Conductivity Meter with longer probes
Now its easier than ever to use our Water Conductivity Meter!
A popular scale used by water treatment specialists is parts per million (PPM)
of total dissolved solids (TDS). When using TDS scales, it must be remembered
that TDS readings are only approximate. PPM or TDS is a measurement by weight
for a given volume of a specific solution (sodium chloride, potassium chloride,
etc.) Natural water contains a mixture of different dissolved solids (salts).
Because these salts have different electrical conductivity values, we use an
"average" to express PPM.
Using the LED Water Conductivity Meter
• Test the conductivity of the substance by immersing the tips of the two probes completely into the water to be tested. Note that when you dip the probes into the water you are supposed to hold the ON button inn, this turns the LED green when in the air. Therefore every test starts with a green light.
• Observe and record the reaction of the LED.
• Before testing the next substance, rinse the two probes by immersing them in water (deionized or distilled) twice and blott the excess water from the probes with tissue.
• In order to observe the LED better you may want to turn off or dim the lights when doing the experiment.
It is important to keep the probes from corrosion. If corrosion should occur, the corrosion should be carefully removed with a wooden toothpick.
Test the instrument by pressing the button, the LED should turn green when in the air. In addition you can test it further by touching the tips of the two probes to a coin or a peace of metal. If the LED Water Conductivity Meter is working properly, the LED will glow red.
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