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Rod temperature reference
« on: September 22, 2009, 10:30:20 am »
found this:

Observing a hot point on the cold side of the rod. A cold point is just after this hot point which show that the reaction has inner-reaction high temperature. I mean this hot point does NOT come from exhaust gas high temperature.

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Re: Rod temperature reference
« Reply #1 on: September 22, 2009, 13:55:54 pm »
Steve , I think we havent even begun to see the hidden secrets of GEET power .

This thing can be 100% OU , this thing can be the gas processor of Stan Meyers .

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Re: Rod temperature reference
« Reply #2 on: September 22, 2009, 14:51:52 pm »
Steve , I think we havent even begun to see the hidden secrets of GEET power .

This thing can be 100% OU , this thing can be the gas processor of Stan Meyers .

Yep. At the end it must be all come clear. So, lets test!

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Re: Rod temperature reference
« Reply #3 on: September 22, 2009, 20:02:05 pm »
Just an idea that came to me..

Wonder what happen if a copper tube spiral ( work like a radiator ) was made outside on that hot spot for collecting that heat energy to a HHO cell in a circulating system, for lower amp and higher gas output, and then let the HHO gas produced be added to the Geet intake.. 

(Too hot with 400 degr, celcius for a hho cell, but you can just make the tube longer after the spiral so it water get cooler or let it cross that cool spot..80-50 degr. will give high output hho at great effency.)


1. Maybe heat collecting will mess up the function of the geet..i dont know..   

2. Maybe dangerous if you get backfireing.. so be careful if you try this.


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Re: Rod temperature reference
« Reply #4 on: September 22, 2009, 21:09:19 pm »
Just an idea that came to me..

Wonder what happen if a copper tube spiral ( work like a radiator ) was made outside on that hot spot for collecting that heat energy to a HHO cell in a circulating system, for lower amp and higher gas output, and then let the HHO gas produced be added to the Geet intake.. 

(Too hot with 400 degr, celcius for a hho cell, but you can just make the tube longer after the spiral so it water get cooler or let it cross that cool spot..80-50 degr. will give high output hho at great effency.)


1. Maybe heat collecting will mess up the function of the geet..i dont know..   

2. Maybe dangerous if you get backfireing.. so be careful if you try this.

Good thinking! Like that mucho. :)