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Re: HHO storage
« Reply #32 on: February 19, 2008, 23:49:28 pm »
w00t!

its eaven shopable  ;D
i hope its not the price of gold

http://www.solvaysolexis.com/static//wma/pdf/8/3/5/5/Hyflon%20Ion%20E87%20Membranes%20Data%20Sheet.pdf

il ask around for how they apply it on the plates
its a super way to seperate the two gases


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« Reply #33 on: February 20, 2008, 08:25:09 am »
The company I work for already sources some materials from this company so I will try to get a price.

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« Reply #34 on: February 20, 2008, 15:18:23 pm »
thx alot Shodan
it would be great to investigate usage of this material, not only on paper but in a cell


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« Reply #35 on: February 21, 2008, 17:00:02 pm »
interesting statement, one could magnetise the entire cell, im not shure how hydrogen and oxygen work in a 30kg eviroment tho
the thing that amased me most was the 95.3% to 90.4% energy efficiency that the PEM cells had, just made me think of a union of the cells
ive had a chat with a few guys at Hydro research in Norway, and they gave me realy insightfull info
i was right about the HHO storage btw
they hawe stored it in a cell at 30kg before seperation, they told me it could eaven be under more preshure but that its more risky to fill lines with the gas since its so explosive
annyway il keep working til i find a solution that i can stand for

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« Reply #36 on: February 21, 2008, 23:58:45 pm »
I found this at Panaceauniversity, maybe it is a way of separating.....


(If the picture does not shoe se: http://www.panaceauniversity.org/Book.pdf page 360)

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« Reply #39 on: February 27, 2008, 00:10:49 am »
watkykjy i do belive i know why u dont hawe the second spark on ur engine if its a new one, simply bc it has a electronic ignition
i found out the same from a 2500W generator i tested on, just remove the carburator entirely, stick a smal SS line in there, *  ur ignition and voila u hawe a HHO engine  ;D
if ur great with ignition u can realy get lots from the HHO gas, and if u hawe a old engine with two sparks its easy to swap the ignition to a electronic one, mountains of dealers like MSD, Gready and so on
i hawe a question too, do u use clean water or electrolyte watkykjy?
i use only clean destilled water in my latest cells and there is no foaming in my cells after a few runs, the corotion on the plates is minimal too
in May il hawe the entire month just for this research and im now hamstering equipment i might need   ::)
take a look on PEM cells and think of a union of our work to this

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