Be sure to keep us posted on your progress Vtool. It is extremely hard to impress some of the people on this forum that frequency does make a difference. So many of them read Dr. Clark's statement that any frequency should do and take it to heart. Sadly they take it so strongly that they become misguided in their fervor.
They forget that Dr. Clark published a list of frequencies for many different parasites because specific frequencies have stronger effects on different parasites. If any frequency would do then why bother to publish a list? Rife users have also produced a long list of frequencies that are very specific to many organisms. In this list, I can not find anywhere that 30,000 Hz is mentioned. However, 2,489 Hz is very common to many parasites and this may be one reason the 2500 Hz works better in zapping than 30 kHz does.
I feel that basically the claim that any zapper should do comes from a lack of broad experience with zappers. I have tried many and find that each and every zapper has unique attributes but there are definitely some that are better than others. Of course, I am prejudicial to one particular brand, but this comes from my experience with many different zappers.
The Beck Blood Electrifier is quite effective for many illnesses and the main reason for this is the amount of power applied. Generally, the Beck unit applies a 27 volt output which is sure to knock the X!#$@# out of many parasites and is likely to penertate the internal organs much better than any regular zapper.
From what I remember of your past posts is that you have tried a number of zappers such as the FScan. I also believe that you have eliminated some of your problems using zappers, etc. It would be beneficial to hear where the best effectes have occured and where the least effects have occured. Basically, to further explain how you got to the point of selecting the BBBE, it might be helpful if you re-iterate your experiences with various zappers and other health processes that you have been through.
As for the nanobac's, the reason that they are so difficult is quite possibly their cell wall. From the observation of microscopic images, it appears that their cell walls are proportionately much thicker and therefore less fragile. Also, there is less internal fluid and fewer organelles to move arround. It seems to me that a more powerful signal would be called for. I have high hope that you will be able to produce before and after images to illustrate this case. Arterial plaque should be or great interest.