The links you provided go to a sales site for the product you are touting in your post. Despite your contention that the product was "independently tested against" other products, when one looks at the tests, which were performed in vitro, which often is not indicative of in vivo performance, one finds that the tests were perfromed at separate times and at separate facilities and thus not truly "tested against" the other products.
I note that the product was tested by Purest Colloids labs and found to have only 32% as much silver content as claimed (only 18% of which was actual colloidal silver). Performance of ionic silver in a test tube is quite different than perfromance of ionic silver in the body itself.
To me, your post looks very much like a product advertisement.
My comment was aimed at the poster I was replying to. Making your own generator setup could be a fun exercise, but for only a little over $100, one can get a professionally made commercial home generator which makes very good quality ionic/colloidal silver together with tester and timer and a couple of 0.9999 pure silver rods.wire.