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Re: Results from some tests...
« Reply #56 on: July 03, 2009, 21:10:17 pm »
With short tubes you will not see this.

With long tubes, there becomes a pathway for hydroxy exiting the tubes to run downward along side the tube entering back into its bottom.


With short tubes, the water will not become Completely Milky.



With Long tubes, there becomes a path way, the gases get circulated to the bottom and the water quickly becomes hazed from top to bottom. With long tubes, hydroxy is recycled. With short tubes, hydroxy is not recycled. The effect can be seen with a tube of 9 inches in height. It is possible the longer the tube, the more the recycling. Untested at this point.

The pathway in which hydroxy is pulled down along the side the outer tube is visible.

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Re: Results from some tests...
« Reply #57 on: July 03, 2009, 21:20:41 pm »
Hi Steve,  can you send a picture of your tubes with the spacers? Rubber is soft? Tubes hanging in their cables?

Do you get any bubbles? Not even with electrolyte? Then my guess is you might have a problem in your circuit somewhere, electrolysis must work regardless of the spacers or else you are not getting any amps through.

Anyone has a PWM Lawton type pulser with 555ers?

Our pulser is very advanced, I will try with a simple Lawton pulser next week. Maybe our pulser is "too good", that needs a check. My feeling is anything will work. A good start will be with lye to check the circuit and then try with distilled. And we need to make a document for this procedure asap.

Well done Warp, you got it working there?!

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« Reply #58 on: July 03, 2009, 21:32:39 pm »
I'm only guessing at a test for this to prove vibration strength.
A 4-20ma vibration transducer will tell you how much vibration you are getting.
Also this would aid you in finding the strongest vibrational point of your signal.

I think this test can be done cheaply if you can find a good used transducer. (ebay).

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Re: Results from some tests...
« Reply #59 on: July 03, 2009, 22:31:28 pm »
Hi Steve,  can you send a picture of your tubes with the spacers? Rubber is soft? Tubes hanging in their cables?

Do you get any bubbles? Not even with electrolyte? Then my guess is you might have a problem in your circuit somewhere, electrolysis must work regardless of the spacers or else you are not getting any amps through.

Anyone has a PWM Lawton type pulser with 555ers?

Our pulser is very advanced, I will try with a simple Lawton pulser next week. Maybe our pulser is "too good", that needs a check. My feeling is anything will work. A good start will be with lye to check the circuit and then try with distilled. And we need to make a document for this procedure asap.

Well done Warp, you got it working there?!

Hi Gauss,

My spacers as soooo soft. Its more like foam
Sure i ll get bubbles. The tube pulls like 2 amps on 30V

No movement on the tubes, when i touch with my finger. Not on the bucket as well not on the tubes...

Here are 2 pics

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Re: Results from some tests...
« Reply #60 on: July 03, 2009, 23:17:43 pm »
My tubes are 9 inches long, and supported individually on plastic/nylon stands, without spacers in between. Once I get my pulser going i'll see what kind of vibration i can get out of this set up.

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Re: Results from some tests...
« Reply #61 on: July 05, 2009, 16:36:41 pm »
This is a kind of misunderstanding regarding the vibration that I mentioned.

We just noticed the vibration tone with Delrin holders with a bit of extra space around the pipe and we got NO bubbles anyway with tight Delring holders. With the soft spacers we got alot of gas and a small teeter effect.

Anyway, a kid can now make HHO from tap water. This is an important breakthrough to betterunderstand what we cna do with water and Keely must be our master of vision. Oscillation and vibration, just like our planet.

So basically what we identify here is that the soft spacers let the pipes vibrate but you will not see it in the water other than the pipes are swinging just a little bit from side to side. But we are convinced the spacers are the key to VIBRALYSIS as we now call it.

Soon I will try to measure the frequency with the Delrin holders and see whether I can get a hold of the self resonance in the water with the soft spacers, if possible, it must be possible.

I am very happy you got it working so that you can produce HHO from 2 V input which is fantastic in itself, did you try to ignite it? Measure COP?

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Re: Results from some tests...
« Reply #62 on: July 07, 2009, 13:34:11 pm »
Another feedback, we get water inside our pulser, especially the negative connection. So the gas rises up from the tube and follows the electric cable and then condenses inside the pulser...... It must have an electric charge. This is getting more and more exciting. The bubbles are very different and pop much more than normal electrolysis bubbles.

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Re: Results from some tests...
« Reply #63 on: July 07, 2009, 14:01:31 pm »
that they are more explosive could be a hint for ionized gasses.