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Dan Danforth Molecular Dissociation of Water Cell Housing Plans
« on: December 12, 2012, 09:30:11 am »
Dan Danforth Cell  Housing plans see attached

"Acyrlic tubing was used in the construction fo the cell housing. Although not shown in the drawing, the  lower stainess steel band that wraps around the smaller electrodes can rest on the
B support plate or alternatively, a small hole may be drilled horizontally through one or more of the smaller electrodes and a small cotter key or rod pushed through to prevent the smaller
electrode assembly from dropping through the upper B plate. This same procedure can be performed on the smaller electrodes to provide additional support by the lower B plate.

The stainless band surrounding the larger electrodes can rest on the upper C plate to provide support. Small stainless angle brackets that attach the individual larger electrodes to
either of the upper or lower C plates  can provide  additional stability if required. Since this was a prototype to demonstrate the  process , a top plate that loosely rested on brackets and not
tightly sealed would allow for the escape of the HHO gas produced and prevent exteme pressure build up."
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