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Hi,

Here is a schematic of the Xogen company.
The important thing of this schematic is that you collect H and O separatly.
The hose around some electrodes are from a plastic and got little holes for conduction of current.

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Re: Plate cell with seperate collection of Oxygen and Hydrogen
« Reply #1 on: May 13, 2008, 10:37:00 am »
Aloha,
For a simple and clear method of separating hydro. and oxy. see page 51 of 137 pages waterfuel.pdf by Patrick Kelly.
I tried to copy and post the diagram, but was unable. Maybe someone else is more capable.
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Re: Plate cell with seperate collection of Oxygen and Hydrogen
« Reply #2 on: May 13, 2008, 14:03:33 pm »
Aloha,
For a simple and clear method of separating hydro. and oxy. see page 51 of 137 pages waterfuel.pdf by Patrick Kelly.
I tried to copy and post the diagram, but was unable. Maybe someone else is more capable.
Bill
Bill, send it by email to me and I will do the posting for you.
Thanks!

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« Reply #3 on: May 14, 2008, 07:48:14 am »
Aloha,
http://www.free-energy-info.com/Chapter10.pdf
Here is the link to the great file. See page 51.
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Re: Plate cell with seperate collection of Oxygen and Hydrogen
« Reply #4 on: June 18, 2008, 12:47:53 pm »
Hi,

I think i found some very interesting info, that i would like to share.
I read about what happens when hydrogen and oxygen meet.
This meeting combines the 2 into water and current and heat.
This mean it looses power.
So, the gas is powerfull at the plates, but starts immidiately to recombine in the waterbucket and also in your airspace above the water etc.
So, if i am correct, its better to gain the 2 gasses seperately.
Then you do not have to do an after threatment of it, like we have to do with hydroxy.

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Re: Plate cell with seperate collection of Oxygen and Hydrogen
« Reply #5 on: June 18, 2008, 14:16:00 pm »
Steve

I have put hydroxy gas in a ziplock bag, and left it sit on the table for a day. I used it in my spud gun. And it barely expelled the potato. I didn't know if it was the plastic, or what. So maybe it just lost its power. I have noticed in a few cases when people store it, they separate it. Maybe this is why. I thought it was because it was safer when separated.

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Re: Plate cell with seperate collection of Oxygen and Hydrogen
« Reply #6 on: June 19, 2008, 17:45:19 pm »
We have something here, Spike.
I am sure that this is not the last thing about this subject..

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Re: Plate cell with seperate collection of Oxygen and Hydrogen
« Reply #7 on: June 19, 2008, 18:19:29 pm »
Spike,
  I have stored hydroxy overnight in a 500ml plastic water bottle so I could take them to work and demonstrate for my co-workers.  They exploded just as good as when I first fill them.  I know Zip-Lock bags are not that air tight.  Why don't you give the water bottle a try.

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