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HHO torch
« on: October 06, 2010, 17:54:28 pm »
Just to see how good my HHO quality is, i made for fun a torch.
Metal is melting like butter. Very impressive stuff it is....


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Re: HHO torch
« Reply #1 on: April 05, 2011, 02:44:26 am »
thats looks good! i think i'm gonna make one too; just for fun

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Re: HHO torch
« Reply #2 on: April 07, 2011, 10:27:59 am »
Yes, i agree.

You can slow the burnrate down, but thats not what we really want, is it...
I even burned holes in stone.....
The only way at this moment is to keep the material at some distance, if you dont want to melt it...


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Re: HHO torch
« Reply #3 on: April 26, 2011, 17:44:05 pm »
(Google Translation)
Make a heating system from a heat exchanger plate 200,000 btu boiler from a 8-gallon (closed circuit up to 12 feet in circumference with pipes of 1 inch) connected to the close BRAKING SYSTEM house and no matter what its size.
 
The plate heat exchanger is only 8''long by 4 "wide and almost 3" thick. It is made of several PASAGE between copper plate and stainless steel.
 
Price of $ 300 interchange. Boiler can cost nearly $ 1,000 (max) with the aqua-stat (firewall) and pressure reducer of drinking water.
 
This is precisely why I am interested in system meyer and there you assure me that this little system in supplying enough hho to provide multiple burner (0.30'' mig tip) about 8. Place in tubes through the boiler or its half to create an effect of friction( Not need a big flame just the right exposure to the metal of the boiler). just get hot water in under 15 minutes (165f degree) and then the rest is the plate heat exchanger which does the rest. When the water temperature is good and that the application does is the bit you put the burner on an electric rail connected to the thermostat in the house and so the nozzles get of the boiler. Off the system and resume required. All this, by turning on automatic BBQ lighter. (really easy to do, I am a plumber)
 
Here is an example of plate heat exchanger.
http://heatexchanger-design.com/2011/01/05/plate-type-heat-exchanger/

I have a friend who owns this system and is very excite that I Build a hydrogen cell for him (with the plane of Tony 8XA) and heat his exchanger plate. He is convinced, and seeing the results of power consumption to produce hho (off Meyer way). this system is the solution.

 If anyone wants to see pictures of the connection, i mean the system. I'll put some more later.

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Re: HHO torch
« Reply #4 on: April 27, 2011, 00:12:57 am »
(Google Translation)
Make a heating system from a heat exchanger plate 200,000 btu boiler from a 8-gallon (closed circuit up to 12 feet in circumference with pipes of 1 inch) connected to the close BRAKING SYSTEM house and no matter what its size.
 
The plate heat exchanger is only 8''long by 4 "wide and almost 3" thick. It is made of several PASAGE between copper plate and stainless steel.
 
Price of $ 300 interchange. Boiler can cost nearly $ 1,000 (max) with the aqua-stat (firewall) and pressure reducer of drinking water.
 
This is precisely why I am interested in system meyer and there you assure me that this little system in supplying enough hho to provide multiple burner (0.30'' mig tip) about 8. Place in tubes through the boiler or its half to create an effect of friction( Not need a big flame just the right exposure to the metal of the boiler). just get hot water in under 15 minutes (165f degree) and then the rest is the plate heat exchanger which does the rest. When the water temperature is good and that the application does is the bit you put the burner on an electric rail connected to the thermostat in the house and so the nozzles get of the boiler. Off the system and resume required. All this, by turning on automatic BBQ lighter. (really easy to do, I am a plumber)
 
Here is an example of plate heat exchanger.
http://heatexchanger-design.com/2011/01/05/plate-type-heat-exchanger/

I have a friend who owns this system and is very excite that I Build a hydrogen cell for him (with the plane of Tony 8XA) and heat his exchanger plate. He is convinced, and seeing the results of power consumption to produce hho (off Meyer way). this system is the solution.

 If anyone wants to see pictures of the connection, i mean the system. I'll put some more later.

yes please!
We like to see pictures of that heating system.

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Re: HHO torch
« Reply #5 on: May 01, 2011, 17:24:47 pm »
Sorry for the delay!

 Here are some photos and explanation of this system! Right click to see the pictures (right click open in new tab)

The unit heater! (Boiler feed by wood log)

Inside the house basement. Here the connection. this is a very simple loop lquelle installing two separate zoning, one for the second floor and the other for the first. You will see that the power line is connected directly to the return line.

The system means that the boiler heated continuously with a fan in the combustion chamber. Thus the wood is totally consumed. Then the system is set to 185F, it is the circulation pump (pump blue) which regulates food using the thermometer of the power system, the system restarts when the temperature redessant to 165F.
 
This system contains 12 gallons of water to be heated. (At constant temperature 165F-185F, 24/24, 7/7 only on winter time. Burn 22 cord of wood 4'x 8' *16 ")
 
Canada 1 cord of wood costs $ 75 for maple wood.
 
The two other pump in red they feed both at home independently so as to have less or more heat to the desired period. (Night heats the second floor ... and the day heats the first floor)
 
Temperature constant at 70F-72F for parts demand.
 
This model is a closed system. Whatever the type of steel on this system it will never rust. For that water is the same and she eventually died. Then the water turns black and no longer has any corrosive property. Then a closed system is the only system without any interviews.
 
The water supply for the closed system implies a minimal evaporation of water, we must still ensure that there are no air bubbles in the system. Air bubbles are ejected through a vent located on the air kettle. The water supply it provided the water needed to fill the vacuum.

On this system, water for drinking is heated by the heat exchanger plate as you can see on the picture above. He was 10 Plate thickness and consists of passage of copper (kettle) and stainless steel (side water reservoir)(Picture below)


Now the project.

 Here is a plate heat exchanger 200 000BTU. It will connect to a water boiler of 4gal with a loop of 5 feet. So the boiler (heating by torch hydrogen) directly on the plate heat exchanger to 185F. Even networks only it will heat exchanger plate of drinking water that I've outlined above. (200 000 BTU exchanger plate) image below.


The most important aspect of this system is that it must take a strong push heat and friction of high water. That is why the little plate exchanger collect more than 400 psi/gallon to a maximum temperature of 485F (either for steam). Really powerful.

Here is the interchange on the seat of a quad!


With regard to the boiler. We recycle an electric boiler in which there are 4 elements of 5000 watts, we will remove and place a carbon plate on the outer side of the boiler to receive the HHO flame directly on the carbon plate. Here is the boiler with a separate subwoofer foam.


Now I'm going to buy a sheet of 24 gauge SS 306, 4 '* 8' for 135$ and 2 SS tube 3 / 4 "and 1 / 2" 18 '.
 and produce two electrical circuits for the dry cell and one wet( i mean tube). Meyer (8XA) and The Lawton.

 I already buy all the electronics components for both cards and a Variac for testing.

 We want this to work first and then we will work according to reduce electricity consumption of the cell.

I will release a diagram of the water system for an optimal use, from the complaints to the boiler heating system with all components that require it. With minimum size (so that the system complies with the Building Code of Canada) I do not know the Americans code .... but I'm sure they are similar.

 Regards ( I will update this post, if people have more question about it)
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Re: HHO torch
« Reply #6 on: May 01, 2011, 22:31:18 pm »
Thanks man.
I made some changes in yr post with respect to the pictures.

So, you are having ideas on using hho flame to heat up a carbon plate.
Have you tried that already?
Or do you have info on that?

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Re: HHO torch
« Reply #7 on: May 03, 2011, 16:18:56 pm »
The boiler that you see on the image already has a carbon plate (is already in the form of a cylinder because it was rounded off with a bodybuilder)and it is to get two or three times that the boiler to overheat. But she never knows plate deformed or suffered deterioration.

 The next step is just to test with this plate. The rest of the system itself ... has the conventional plumbing.

 I post all the results of our tests and reviews here. In order to save money and free information for everyone.