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Re: Heat exchanger HHO
« Reply #16 on: November 24, 2009, 18:31:38 pm »
Percursion instruments type
I know it is resistant against naoh  ;D

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Re: Heat exchanger HHO
« Reply #17 on: November 24, 2009, 20:48:19 pm »
Percursion instruments type
I know it is resistant against naoh  ;D

Ok, thanks, musicman... ;)

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Re: Heat exchanger HHO
« Reply #18 on: November 27, 2009, 16:25:41 pm »
Well,

Here is an example on what doesnt work well.
This easy way out heatexchanger reached a temp of 50C, but the gasrate output is so enormous, that there no change in temperature of the HHO.

Arggggg. ;)

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Re: Heat exchanger HHO
« Reply #19 on: November 27, 2009, 22:49:09 pm »
Well,

Here is an example on what doesnt work well.
This easy way out heatexchanger reached a temp of 50C, but the gasrate output is so enormous, that there no change in temperature of the HHO.

Arggggg. ;)

Steve


Put the coil behind the pipes and simulate some wind!  :)

Seen this?
http://www.fintube.com/
http://www.indiamart.com/badrin-industries/heat-transfer-equipment.html

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Re: Heat exchanger HHO
« Reply #20 on: November 28, 2009, 11:03:55 am »
Well,

Here is an example on what doesnt work well.
This easy way out heatexchanger reached a temp of 50C, but the gasrate output is so enormous, that there no change in temperature of the HHO.

Arggggg. ;)

Steve


Put the coil behind the pipes and simulate some wind!  :)

Seen this?
http://www.fintube.com/
http://www.indiamart.com/badrin-industries/heat-transfer-equipment.html

Nice websites...

Steve




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Re: Heat exchanger HHO
« Reply #21 on: November 29, 2009, 23:30:28 pm »
I think you are giving up on heating the HHO too soon Steve.

If you place your coil directly in the exhaust gass streem behind the tailpipe it should work well.

Then through a UV pool  bacteria killer to try get some monatomic H and perhaps O3 ...
Or perhaps this info may be helpfull:
http://www.rexresearch.com/leach/leach.htm

Remember how a wet face-cloth is air proof?
Any wet ?cotten? type fabric should do to seperate H and O in a cell if you just want to radiate just hot H2 and not the O2.
Then the O2 and Air can cool the mix to 50C again.

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Re: Heat exchanger HHO
« Reply #22 on: December 11, 2009, 21:15:03 pm »
I think you are giving up on heating the HHO too soon Steve.

If you place your coil directly in the exhaust gass streem behind the tailpipe it should work well.

Then through a UV pool  bacteria killer to try get some monatomic H and perhaps O3 ...
Or perhaps this info may be helpfull:
http://www.rexresearch.com/leach/leach.htm

Remember how a wet face-cloth is air proof?
Any wet ?cotten? type fabric should do to seperate H and O in a cell if you just want to radiate just hot H2 and not the O2.
Then the O2 and Air can cool the mix to 50C again.

'Aanhouer wen!'
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Ja, meneer. Aanhouder wint.....Ik zal winnen.....Althans dat hoop ik.

Steve

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Re: Heat exchanger HHO
« Reply #23 on: February 06, 2010, 17:23:57 pm »
As far as separating Hydrogen from Oxygen maybe there is a machine out there that could be modified. People that need oxygen have a machine that concentrates Oxygen from air. I am not sure how they work but it may be a simple modification.
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