Auto polarity reversal must put deposits in the water as it's blown off the electrodes. People argue this doesn't affect the product, I disagree. That gunk which normally develops on the electrode has to go somewhere as it's blown off the electrode by polarity reversal, and the only place it can go is in the water.
There are so many people I have read about having to filter there product, or wait for it to settle, then pour off leaving that gunk behind.
It's not like anyone has anything of pressing urgency they need to attend to which will not allow them to time regular intervals for electrode cleaning and monitor the process. I don't care what anyone says, there *will* be a trade off for the plug and play systems. Think about it, remove electrodes at regular timed intervals to wipe clean, or have auto polarity reversal do it for you, and those deposits end up in solution. One cannot stop the deposits from developing on the electrode. Deposits may be minimised or reduced by auto polarity reversal, but the process will still generate deposits.
I have never had to filter or pour off in the ten years I've been making this stuff.
Is there a simpler way of dialysis other than being plumbed to a dialysis machine for a few hours?