Refurbished Excel IE-900 Japanese Microwater Ionizer


The Excel IE-900 Microwater ionizer is an absolute beauty, but it also has brawn. It is one of the most respected water ionizers in Japan today. It is even rated higher than systems made by Hitachi and Panasonic, two big names in the water ionization business in Japan. It is also one of the most expensive water ionizers in Japan. Customers tell us that they love this unit and that they were glad that they bought it instead of the even more expensive Kangen water systems. Once you drink this water you will not settle for anything else.


This water ionizer is no longer available. It has been replaced with the MX99


The Excel IE-900 is still the choice of many who wanted to buy the Enagic Leveluk SD501, but refused to pay $4,000.00 for it. They choose the IE-900 because it is cut off the same cloth. You can count on one hand the number of alkaline water ionizers that can consistently make strong alkaline and strong acidic water. The IE-900 is one of those alkaline water ionizers that can produce strong acid and strong alkaline water. This is huge folks. In times of skin disease out break, accidents involving cuts and bruises, pimples, scares, sores on feet, the IE-900 is priceless. Strong acid water is  water with a pH of under 3 pH. Microbes cannot live in strong acid water. If you require a water ionizer for antiseptic and/or astringent purposes (skin tightening), the IE-900 is the one for you.

The Excel IE-900 is comparable to other high priced super acid water ionizers, but at an almost $2,000.00 discount. The Excel IE-900 is made in Japan by the Impart Group. Some of management and engineers at the Impart Group also ran Toyo. Toyo is now divided into Sanastec and Enagic.  These Japanese engineers have developed a highly coveted water ionization technology. Even the Koreans admit that the Pure Porte II and the Protec previously designed by Toyo were top of the line water ionizers.  The Excel IE-900 is based on the technology used in the Leveluk Kangen water ionizers made by Enagic. For marketing and trademark purposes Enagic calls its water “Kangen Water” and we feel confident that it is great because it is based on the same brain trust as the Excel IE-900 and MX99. However with our price of $2,295.00, the Excel IE-900 represents a huge savings over the Leveluk models, without sacrificing quality. The IE-900 uses the same cartridge filter technology and the same electrolysis cleaning cartridge which is very effective at keeping your IE-900 running like new year in year out. We don’t think that you can select a better water ionizer.

As with all the other water ionizers that we sell the Excel IE-900 produces both alkaline and acidic water. The difference between the Excel IE-900 and the other water ionizers that we sell is that it is the only unit that produces super acid water below pH 3.0. This is accomplished by adding salt as explained in the manual. Hence we will focus most of the following discussion on informing you about the benefits of using acid water. You can click on this link to learn more about the benefits of drinking alkaline water.

The American media is now reporting on the miracle of electrolyzed water in particular the anti-bacterial and cleaning properties of super acid water and super alkaline water. Super acid is the degreaser and can removes petroleum based pesticides from fruits and vegetables and super acid sanitizes or kills pathogens. Notice excerpts from the following Los Angeles Times News article

Los Angeles Times

Simple elixir called a ‘miracle liquid’
By Marla Dickerson

February 23, 2009

It’s a kitchen degreaser. It’s a window cleaner. It kills athlete’s foot. Oh, and you can drink it.

Sounds like the old “Saturday Night Live” gag for Shimmer, the faux floor polish plugged by Gilda Radner. But the elixir is real. It has been approved by U.S. regulators. And it’s starting to replace the toxic chemicals Americans use at home and on the job.

The stuff is a simple mixture of table salt and tap water whose ions have been scrambled with an electric current. Researchers have dubbed it electrolyzed water — hardly as catchy as Mr. Clean. But at the Sheraton Delfina in Santa Monica, some hotel workers are calling it el liquido milagroso — the miracle liquid.

That’s as good a name as any for a substance that scientists say is powerful enough to kill anthrax spores without harming people or the environment.

Used as a sanitizer for decades in Russia and Japan, it’s slowly winning acceptance in the United States. A New York poultry processor uses it to kill salmonella on chicken carcasses. Minnesota grocery clerks spray sticky conveyors in the checkout lanes. Michigan jailers mop with electrolyzed water to keep potentially lethal cleaners out of the hands of inmates.

In Santa Monica, the once-skeptical Sheraton housekeeping staff has ditched skin-chapping bleach and pungent ammonia for spray bottles filled with electrolyzed water to clean toilets and sinks.

“I didn’t believe in it at first because it didn’t have foam or any scent,” said housekeeper Flor Corona. “But I can tell you it works. My rooms are clean.”


Russians are putting electrolyzed water down oil wells to kill pesky microbes. Europeans use it to treat burn victims. Electrolyzing equipment is helping to sanitize drinking water in parts of Latin American and Africa.

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