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Re: Stevie's succes running his engine on 100% hydroxy!!!!!!!!!!!!
« Reply #8 on: October 15, 2008, 15:10:19 pm »

  Excellent work, Stevie. Congratulations.  8) 8)

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Re: Stevie's succes running his engine on 100% hydroxy!!!!!!!!!!!!
« Reply #9 on: October 15, 2008, 15:13:25 pm »
Is it running on 100% HHO or are you using turps or something else in the bubbler?
first bubbler = water
second bubbler = turp

no turp is visuably consumed

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Re: Stevie's succes running his engine on 100% hydroxy!!!!!!!!!!!!
« Reply #10 on: October 15, 2008, 15:17:20 pm »
Stevie i think you achieved OU . Congatulations!!!!!!

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Re: Stevie's succes running his engine on 100% hydroxy!!!!!!!!!!!!
« Reply #11 on: October 15, 2008, 15:22:06 pm »
Is it running on 100% HHO or are you using turps or something else in the bubbler?
first bubbler = water
second bubbler = turp

no turp is visuably consumed

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1. In the video, the engine is idling. Others in the past have been able to idle on pure HHO at 9LPM and loaded at 14LPM. How much load can you put on your engine at 4LPM with turps?

2. Are you using a steel mesh or something (before HHO going into turps) to break the hydrogen bubbbles into smaller ones?

Nevertheless, awesome work and keep up the excellent work!

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Re: Stevie's succes running his engine on 100% hydroxy!!!!!!!!!!!!
« Reply #12 on: October 15, 2008, 16:38:20 pm »
Is it running on 100% HHO or are you using turps or something else in the bubbler?
first bubbler = water
second bubbler = turp

no turp is visuably consumed

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1. In the video, the engine is idling. Others in the past have been able to idle on pure HHO at 9LPM and loaded at 14LPM. How much load can you put on your engine at 4LPM with turps?

2. Are you using a steel mesh or something (before HHO going into turps) to break the hydrogen bubbbles into smaller ones?

Nevertheless, awesome work and keep up the excellent work!


I just ran without turp and there is not much difference. The engine made a tiny bit more knocking during combustion.

With the turb, i used also a ss wool mesh mounted in the top of the bubbler.

Conclusion: turp might soften combustion a very little bit.

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Re: Stevie's succes running his engine on 100% hydroxy!!!!!!!!!!!!
« Reply #13 on: October 15, 2008, 16:47:14 pm »
nice work

4liter per min...that could consume about  900watts

true, indead. My powersupply is max 1000watts

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What is the AMP draw on the dry cell?
How many volts are you using?
Are you using a PWM? What kind?

Do you have details on the cell, such as # of plates, plate size, spacing, gaskets used, etc..?

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Re: Stevie's succes running his engine on 100% hydroxy!!!!!!!!!!!!
« Reply #14 on: October 15, 2008, 16:53:10 pm »
Stevie i think you achieved OU . Congatulations!!!!!!

Thanks, Dankie.
Consumed power = 840 watts
Not sure how much kw this engine produces with current revs...
The engine is rated 4hp.
So, i think i do a break even here. Consumed power = produced power.

But.....i still have some electronic/coil tricks.....
Which can lower my powerconsumption.

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Re: Stevie's succes running his engine on 100% hydroxy!!!!!!!!!!!!
« Reply #15 on: October 15, 2008, 16:56:05 pm »
nice work

4liter per min...that could consume about  900watts

true, indead. My powersupply is max 1000watts

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What is the AMP draw on the dry cell?
How many volts are you using?
Are you using a PWM? What kind?

Do you have details on the cell, such as # of plates, plate size, spacing, gaskets used, etc..?


all details are here on the forum
go look at the electrolysis / platecell section.

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