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nogarats

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tap water
« on: June 21, 2008, 05:20:58 am »
Hi, I am using tap water and brown or rusty stuff kind of form over the fog and in the water.  Is this normal and will it stop eventually ?

Here is my cell. VIDEO

sorry some are in french but I'll make more  in english.

hydro

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Re: tap water
« Reply #1 on: June 21, 2008, 05:30:59 am »
yeah, getting a cake is normal for newer SS, when you break the ss in it will become less, but the water will always turn brown at some point. Alot of folks run the cell, make a cake and rinse with water and do it over until it starts to get better, also the type of water you're using also plays a roll to cause it can have contaminates.

i wouldn't worry about it to much, this usually happens when you're running the shit out of a cell. If you pulse properly the muck will be less also.

nogarats

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Re: tap water
« Reply #2 on: June 21, 2008, 05:34:20 am »
wich pulsing unit would you recommend ? 

hydro

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Re: tap water
« Reply #3 on: June 21, 2008, 06:42:04 am »
i had a video at one time on youtube, not anymore. it was called rain water on alternator. The point of that video was when you would apply Current to water the water would bust apart, hydroxy would not exit the tube because the applied current was holding the hydroxy from exiting. I would remove power to the cell and you could see a burst of hydroxy coming from the top of the tube when i removed the current from it, This test Proved that if you apply direct DC to water and you do not let go that you're Holding the hydroxy bubbles from exiting the cell. Now when you Pulse you Bust and let go, this allows the hydroxy to break and escape. If you just use normal DC then you just Break the water and Hold it there not letting go, "This turns to heat and creates more rust muck."

You also have guys looking for the resonance of water, now They say use Pulses to, but they're trying to match their Pulses to tune into the frequency of water, where if you hit that waters resonate frequency the hydrogen will magicly pour off the fuel cell. This is DIFFERENT than the PULSE method i use. I do not look for the frequency of water, What i look for is the maximum amount of amps in one pulse, then let go and repeat.

So you want to know what Way of pulsing would be best, well thats up to you. Either you are looking for the resonate Frequency of water, or you are looking For the Resonate freq of water, lol. I say it this way because i am looking for a "different type of resonance frequency", Not the resonate freq of the water, but the resonate Freq or wich the water Bust and escapes at. Long story short, either you want to bust water effeciently with amps using pulsed, my methode, or you want to bust water with a resonate frequency olmost for free, overunity devices. So my opinion is Pulse with the maximum amount of current flow and do it effeciently. Of course there is thousands looking to bust water for olmost free, so there's 2 different ways that i explained to you that olot of times gets missunderstood.

all of my circuits on this forum is not overunity or magical but possible ways of getting the job done. There is also members on the forum thats here looking for overunity as well, so i guess you can pick a side or just do both? whatever makes you happy.

nogarats

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Re: tap water
« Reply #4 on: June 21, 2008, 16:29:18 pm »
It is my understanding that the resonant frequency could be achieved.  It does however required the circuit to end with a coil since the tubes acts as a capacitor. 
Do you know someone that makes a PWM ending with an adjustable coil ?

By the way, thanks hydrocars for the infos about the current holding the escape.

The cell I made,  ??? draws 10 amps per tubes with straight DC and tapwater !  so I am up to aroud 80 amps...  luckily I did not start with distilled water with lye   :)