I have a series of videos that I’m going to share with you in this post…
Comparing the IonQuench Water Ionizer with the Athena and Tyent Turbo Water Ionizers.
Water Ionizer Comparison Results: The IonQuench did very well, especially since it is considerably less-priced than the other two water ionizers. Based on my testing, I feel very confident recommending this water ionizer to anyone looking for a good [yet inexpensive] water ionizer.
Testing Level 3 of the Ionized Water:
As you can see in the above video, the Athena at Level Three got a 10.7 pH and a -790 ORP; the Tyent Turbo water ionizer got a 10.8 pH and -792 ORP [practically twins with the Athena water ionizer] and the IonQuench got a 10.4 pH and a -720 ORP [not bad].
These are all very respectable water ionizer testing results!
The acid water from bottom spout of the Turbo was considerably better than the other two water ionizers though, 2.5 pH. So if you’re looking for that super low pH to kill germs, the Tyent Turbo is the best one for that.
Testing Level 4 of the Ionized Water [Highest Alkaline and Lowest Acid Settings]:
The next series of tests was for the extremes of highest alkaline and lowest acid settings. The three water ionizers were practically triplets in getting the highest alkaline water. This water is good for greese-cutting, emulsifying oily pestacides off of vegetables, and stain-removing. The Athena got up to an 11.2 pH and the IonQuench water ionizer and the Tyent Turbo water ionizer both got up to 11 pH. For the lowest acid setting, the best results were from the Tyent Turbo at 2.5 pH. The Athena came in second with 3.0 pH and the Ionquench got a 3.5 pH.
The above videos show that the IonQuench is a good water ionizer [giving great pH and ORP results], but the Tyent Turbo and the Athena water ionizers are both better. I would be confident to sell the IonQuench as a good reliable water ionizer to anyone looking for a good pH and ORP in a bargain priced water ionizer.