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strange reaction
« on: April 15, 2011, 12:01:12 pm »
Hi all,
I'm interrested in HHO for about 3 years, I did several experiments and it's the first time I built dave lawton circuit and it worked for me verry good with impressive results, I played on turns on the chokes using one wire at both, I don't remember the turns I did cause I was lost on couting them lol, but got my cell running a while, after I turned it off I saw that the cell still producing a little amount of gas, I took out the wires connected took the cell out of my room to clean it, before changing water used, the production stayed there, I don't know what happened, I didn't trust it but it's real I still gotting a smal production and the plates were polarizate, using the multimeter I found (+) 0 V once I reverse the multimeter's wires it gave me (-) 0V and the production still there (http://www.ionizationx.com/Smileys/default/cheesy.gif).
maybe there is an explanation for that
PS: didn't use the VIC, only some turns (btween 58 and 62 turns) one wire on both chokes. Tap water 2 smal plates.
I'm verry happy to share my experiments with you guys.
Cya soon for more results and details, still working on it on my free time.

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Re: strange reaction
« Reply #1 on: April 16, 2011, 19:15:08 pm »
Hi all,
I'm interrested in HHO for about 3 years, I did several experiments and it's the first time I built dave lawton circuit and it worked for me verry good with impressive results, I played on turns on the chokes using one wire at both, I don't remember the turns I did cause I was lost on couting them lol, but got my cell running a while, after I turned it off I saw that the cell still producing a little amount of gas, I took out the wires connected took the cell out of my room to clean it, before changing water used, the production stayed there, I don't know what happened, I didn't trust it but it's real I still gotting a smal production and the plates were polarizate, using the multimeter I found (+) 0 V once I reverse the multimeter's wires it gave me (-) 0V and the production still there (http://www.ionizationx.com/Smileys/default/cheesy.gif).
maybe there is an explanation for that
PS: didn't use the VIC, only some turns (btween 58 and 62 turns) one wire on both chokes. Tap water 2 smal plates.
I'm verry happy to share my experiments with you guys.
Cya soon for more results and details, still working on it on my free time.

Hi and welcome to ionizationx :-)

Yes, its normal that a cell is making gas after the power is cut off.
Go have a look in the project section and i think you will read lots of info on the dave circuit.
Most users here are already passed the dave circuit and trying to get the Meyer circuit working.
You are welcome to join in, if you like.

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Re: strange reaction
« Reply #2 on: April 16, 2011, 20:28:34 pm »
my advice is to start with the 8xa variable spacing plate cell, this was stans first system in 1980-1982, and all the clues are there in the patents and schematics, if you can't get this working then it will be harder to figure out the more advanced things, knowing what stan did is one thing, but knowing why is much more important, Stan's work was a chronological advancement

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Re: strange reaction
« Reply #3 on: April 18, 2011, 16:12:06 pm »
Hi all,
 
Thx steve and sure I like to join you, send me please the project you're in now and you'll find me with you there, I like to experiment all.
 
Donald, thx too bro, I started looking on the 8XA figure but I have some troubles finding parts, will go back on it once found all of them.
 
Sorry for the long time to answer, I was working on an idea which I got, I was building a device to wind the VIC easily wich I connected to my computer so it can automatically counts the turns :D , I will post a video of it which I made for every body here in ionizationx forum, btw I like this forum, I finished the constuction and the coding yersterday, it took me a day to finish it cause I tried to use materials I have at home.
 
Later I will work on an advenced version of my project, once I got some parts needed, am planning to let my computer do all the work for me, just specifying the number of turns and let it do the work :), yes, technologie makes me a lazy man :D.
 
May be I will post it on project section.
 

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Re: strange reaction
« Reply #4 on: January 31, 2012, 13:48:59 pm »
What is the meaning of strange reaction? Is it some kind of chemical reaction?