Water Ionizer Face-Off #1: Tyent vs. Enagic [Kangen] Water Ionizers
Alkaline Water Plus has a great water ionizer comparison competition planned for the next few weeks or months, which I am calling ”Water Ionizer Face-Off”. Water ionizers will compete with other water ionizers one-by-one. We’ll cycle through a variety of one-on-one water ionizer competitions so that each pair of water ionizers is eventually fully compared with each other. Hopefully the results will show a general idea of where each water ionizer stands in comparison with the others and this information will add to the general knowledge about these water ionizers. I won’t be testing water ionizers that I feel are poor in any way, which cuts out a lot of water ionizers. Just the fact that I’m including an ionizer in this competition means I think it’s a good and worthy water ionizer to begin with.
Why do these water ionizer comparisons at all?
First of all, I think these water ionizer comparisons are necessary to real information to light and dispel myths, and there are many, regarding what makes a water ionizer a great one. Since I’ve been drinking and benefiting from ionized water for 18 years, I have unshakable knowledge about the benefits of drinking ionized water. My whole family has benefited right before my very eyes with a 5-plate water ionizer [which isn’t even being made anymore….but is still working after all these years]. Since more recently [in the past few years] I’ve tried better water ionizers, I’m now sold on the health benefits of spending more to get the best water ionizer. However the best water ionizer is not the one that costs the most or has the biggest plates or most watts of power necessarily. There are many factors which go into the overall design and effectiveness of a water ionizer. I honestly think that the biggest factor in the success of a water ionizer is the overall engineering design of that water ionizer. I’m not swayed by myths though, because what I’m looking for is results. The overall design of a water ionizer can be actually tested to see the results, and that’s what I do and why I do it. The best water ionizer in my eyes is the one which will give you the best negative ORP per unit of pH [especially at the level I drink]. If two water ionizers are about the same in that respect, then I look at other things [such as filtration, self-cleaning system, warranty and appearance]…but that’s for another time. What I’m doing now is testing them for pH and ORP at their various levels and calculating the ORP per unit of pH. I’ve tested all of these water ionizers before, but am testing them again more slowly, and closely this time, looking at the quality of ionized water at each level.
Today is Day #1 of the Water Ionizer Face-Off Competition, and our water ionizer contestants are…
The Tyent Turbo vs. the Enagic LeveLuk SD 501 Water Ionizers!
Here are the videos for today’s water ionizer comparison face-off round between the Tyent Turbo and the Enagic SD 501, followed by a chart and commentary about the results.
Water Ionizer Face-Off: Tyent Turbo vs. Enagic Kangen Water
|Level 1 pH/ORP/rH/Rating||
8.8 /+150/ 29.27 Neither are good.
10.1 / -70/ 24.53 Neither are good.
10.1 / -737 / 2.3 BETTER because the pH is more drinkable
11 / -809 /1.7
10.8 / -800 /1.6 BETTER because the pH is more drinkable
11.2 / -822 /1.67
11.5 Better for emulsifying oils
1.9 BETTER, but irrelevant. Both will equally kill germs.
Here are my comments about round one of the water ionizer face-off:
- These results, above, are really close. Both of these water ionizers are strong and capable, as you can see, with the great ionization shown in the chart and video. But I’m going to call this in favor of the Tyent. The reason I’m saying Tyent wins, is that at Level 3 [Kangen water 9.5], which is the most popular level for drinking, both ORPs are fantastic, but the Tyent’s pH is more drinkable.
- Also at Level 2 [another “most popular” drinking level] the Tyent has a lower, more drinkable, pH and a fantastic, negative ORP.
- The acid water for both water ionizers is low enough to kill germs on contact. So even though the Enagic comes in better for acidity at their lowest acid level it is almost irrelevant. 2.4 pH kills on contact. You can’t kill germs any faster than that unless you’re going to kill them before you spray them with the acid water [joke].
- Level 1 is not too good on either water ionizer.
There are more to water ionizers than just pH and ORP. ORP, however is very beneficial if you can get a high ORP per unit of pH. I have personally seen spider veins disappear right before my very eyes when I switched to a better [high-ORP] water ionizer. For this reason I personally believe that ORP is a very important factor of ionized water and should be looked at in comparing water ionizers.
Scientifically Comparing Water Ionizers: To scientifically compare water ionziers you need to understand the term, rH [relative Hydrogen], and how important it is to comparing water ionizers. You can’t always look at numbers and figure it out which one is the best ORP per unit of pH easily. Therefore it’s helpful to have a formula to help you do that. RH is simply a measure of negatively charged Hydrogen per unit of pH in your water. The smaller the number [closer to zero], the better [healthier & more anti-oxidizing] the water is. On a scale from 0 to 42, above 28 is oxidizing (higher potential to damage the closer it gets to 40) and below 28 is reducing (anti-oxidizing)…the lower [closer to zero] the better. RH is the best measure of the healthiness of that ionized water.
The formula for rH is: rH = (ORP + 200) / 30 + 2 * pH
Here's the whole face-off series:
#1 The Tyent vs. the Enagic …got a near tie between the two water ionizers but Tyent won.
#2 The Melody vs the Enagic …got a near tie [Enagic only a little better] between the two water ionizers.https://alkalinewaterplus.com/blog/water-ionizer-face-off-2-enagic-3800-ionizer-vs-jupiter-melody-water-ionizers/
#3 The Tyent Turbo vs the Chanson Miracle …Tyent was the winner. https://alkalinewaterplus.com/blog/water-ionizer-face-off-3-tyent-turbo-vs-chanson-miracle-water-ionizers/
#4 The Enagic Kangen Water Ionizer [SD501] vs the Jupiter Athena …got a near tie [Athena a bit better]…https://alkalinewaterplus.com/blog/water-ionizer-face-off-4-enagic-sd501-3800-water-vs-jupiter-athena-water-ionizers/
#5 KYK Generation II vs. Jupiter Melody Water Ionizers
Read more about our Water Ionizer Comparisons.
Cathleen was a teacher/principal for 24 years and has been drinking ionized water for about 25 years. She created Alkaline Water Plus to educate people about the benefits of ionized water.
"The very best thing I have ever purchased is a WATER IONIZER!" Cathleen LoGrasso, Owner/CEO Alkaline Water Plus
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