Author Topic: Start here your topics on the resonance waterfuelcell with HHO injectors system  (Read 6751 times)

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Can someone explain, how Stan was keeping the water in the water fuel tank in liquid form, below zero degrees Celsius?
It's kind of a problem to get water into a cell/injector when it is in ice form?

I assume, he has put some of a electrical heating device in the WFC/water tank?

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thats what the steam resonantors job was.. to instantly heat water... it would keep the water from freezing in the fuel tank

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thats what the steam resonantors job was.. to instantly heat water... it would keep the water from freezing in the fuel tank
Thanks, outlawstc
The 'Voltage Flexing Process' and the 'VIC Switchover Circuit'  8)

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I have a similar question re. Meyer's unit during freezing weather.  Where I live we can get some serious weather conditions with temps dipping to sub-zero at times.  With nothing running overnite how does he get the engine started from a non-running condition?  The whole works would have frozen solid.  Maybe he just keeps it running continuously in an idle mode.

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Hes got that steam resonator thing getting switched on if the water passes a cartain treshold .

This is always on even when the car is shutoff .

A tiny pulses of energy every 20 minutes or so keeps the water warm for the next day .

Even I could do that if I had the steam resonator .

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hmmmmmmmmmm, if you do the calculations required to keep h2o above freezing at 1 cal. per gram per degree C. you'll see that a goodly amount of energy needs to be sustained and expended.  it's lot to ask of the battery if the engine is not running.

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hmmmmmmmmmm, if you do the calculations required to keep h2o above freezing at 1 cal. per gram per degree C. you'll see that a goodly amount of energy needs to be sustained and expended.  it's lot to ask of the battery if the engine is not running.

Thats because the Steam resonator is like a godly efficient heater and is on its own an OU like device .

Its works with "particle impact" as they say ...

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now that is exceedingly interesting.