Author Topic: Ultrasonic Nebulizer Array 3000mL per hour Cold Fog Generator WATER BURNS  (Read 79771 times)

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You can remove the one way valves from air injector tubes redirect them to a paint can with the pcv vapors and water which contain small amounts of oil which would be super heated from the exhaust gases then feed it back in2 the intake.

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You can remove the one way valves from air injector tubes redirect them to a paint can with the pcv vapors and water which contain small amounts of oil which would be super heated from the exhaust gases then feed it back in2 the intake.

Thats a way to slow hho down and to make yr engine better on hho.

are you doing such tests at the moment?

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No was throwing the idea out to get feedback on the basic thought in comparison to Pantones method.

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Unipolar particle chargers with UV-C lamp for photoelectric electromagnetic effects


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Unipolar particle chargers with UV-C lamp for photoelectric electromagnetic effects

So, you added the UV-C light to the water vapour?
Maybe add also a HV-ionizer and then you might drive your car to the streets...    ;D

Any results on the UV-C?

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I had to buy a new fogger head because the one I had was mounted in the bottom of the box. So the unit was constantly submerged in the water. The epoxy inside of unit started leaking at some point and is now dead. Here's a link where I found a new fogger head for $88.
http://www.aliexpress.com/snapshot/101665406.html

Here are also pics on how I'm preparing to remedy this problem. I'm mounting fogger on bottom side to keep everything except the transducer dry.

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Here's a pdf of the important stuff posted with explanations to Stans WFC book.