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Re: Cheap plate cell
« Reply #8 on: January 15, 2009, 15:47:09 pm »
yeah i saw it, too much complicated for me right now lol. Ok i will probably look like a noob again with my tiny cell here but i come up with something interesting i think, lol. With this setup earlier -n+n-n+n- 3/16 space between plates ive got    so many junk of the water that it would be possible to grown some plant in it lol but then i tryed this setup +- around 1/32  space between plates ive then got no scum at all... except for the pink water  ::) and it produced better that the first one... probably less efficient but who care  :P all this in tap water. Im sure some of u maybe already know why  ???

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Re: Cheap plate cell
« Reply #9 on: January 15, 2009, 17:23:46 pm »
A simple tip for you Fred, clean your plates with vinegar (strong solution) then hock up your plates with +nnnn- meaning four neutral plates
Then go buy some distilled water or "battery refill" water, go to you loqal hardware store and buy a box of pure LYE (NAoH read the label, pellets most likely and with NO aluminum in it)
Start with two or three tea spoons of NAoH/LYE first in 4L of distilled water, this way you can control how much your cell is going to draw/how many amps, the more LYE the more amps (conductivity of water)
You would like to have less than 2V pr plate gap and at 12V and 4 neutrals you should be in that range
This way you keep your plates clean and no "gunk" in the water

Good luck and happy testing


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Re: Cheap plate cell
« Reply #10 on: January 15, 2009, 17:45:08 pm »
thats a question i wanted to ask  :D thanks for the nice advices

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Re: Cheap plate cell
« Reply #11 on: January 15, 2009, 20:39:30 pm »
Guys , seriously , dont encourage Fred to make a crap cell again wich will end up having no gas mileage increase .

Fred , a cell is no good  .  You are doing the wrong thing , adding impurities instead of removing , the purer the water the better .

You are doing an electrolysis cell , if this is all you do then this is not the site for you , here we do Stanley Meyers .

What you are doing is not science and is of no interest to anybody here , and it will not save you gas mileage , not even 2% .

Plz stop wasting money and time , you will never produce more than 1/2 litre a minute of gas .

This is science , this is not patentage . You will get the exact same results .


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Re: Cheap plate cell
« Reply #12 on: January 15, 2009, 21:25:20 pm »
what about a dry cell for example that would produce 6L or more per min. Is it a crap also? any of u got result in millage with those device or more advanced like Meyers?

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Re: Cheap plate cell
« Reply #13 on: January 15, 2009, 23:27:52 pm »
And how many watts did Stevie use to idle his lawnmower ?

840 watts ??

Clearly the usefulness of normal electrolysis is very limited and is not worth the trouble for the increased gas mileage , yet to see a worthy cell with past 10% gas mileage .

Stevie has rafined his cell over a period of years . Fred4321 are you sure you are up for the task with your stainless steel bowls ?? Do you know the price of stainless steel plates ??

Fred4321

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Re: Cheap plate cell
« Reply #14 on: January 16, 2009, 00:01:32 am »
No seriously im thinking of making a dry cell, ive seen one really easy to make, cant remember where. At first i just wanted to do some experiment with those bowl and i seen that it will be way easyer to go with plates. Once i will have a nice cell i will definately look closer to on how  meyer have made his VIC and u know all the other stuff around it.

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Re: Cheap plate cell
« Reply #15 on: January 16, 2009, 01:59:11 am »
thanks for the info again!