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Re: AMA analysis of Cramton and Replication
« Reply #32 on: April 03, 2014, 22:17:46 pm »
Hi Steve and Dr Cramton ,
with all that's been said here. I would like to know if its better to do simple constructions of the HHO cells with the plate design and apply Infrared 2-14um bulb and heat the water to 82Deg Celcius ? Or is it better to make a 316L Stainless steel tubes with a circuit and then apply the IR and heat ? I am looking to use this HHO gas to run my normal gas geysers and gas stove at home ? Is this possible ? Is it also possible to compress the HHO gas into a 19kg gas cylinder bottle and what pressures can it be compressed to before it explodes.
I would also like to know if I can use a 316L Stainless Tubes 20mm OD 2mm Wall thickness for outer tubes and inner tubes -14mm OD with a 2mm wall thickness .This will leave a 1mm gap between the inner and outer tubes . I want to cut them both to 450mm lengths . and put them in an acrylic pipe initially clear but I will have to block out surrounding light first before I apply the IR bulb (where can I buy a IR 2-24um bulb ).
I would like to use Dr Cramtons design of assembling the Cell except I cannot get the correct pipe diameters ie 19.05mm x 2mm Wall thickness and 12.75mm OD x 2mm wall thickness to give a 1.2mm gap between tubes .
Also I want to know if its possible to use my pipe dimensions with Dr Cramtons Cell contruction design but apply the Single phase circuit of Dave Lawton ?? Taken from the  http://www.free-energy-info.tuks.nl/Chapter10.pdf .
As I do not want to connect an alternator .
Am I missing something here ? Does the frequency output of the circuit somehow have to match the frequency of the SS seamless tubes ? If so ,How do I go about doing this ?
All your help and info would be highly appreciated .

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Re: AMA analysis of Cramton and Replication
« Reply #33 on: April 05, 2014, 15:04:37 pm »
Hi Antoine,

Please forget high pressure storage of HHO.
Its not save.
I tried different Infrared sources, but i didnt find any change in electrolysis proces.
But feel free to test it yrself. Maybe i missed something.....

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« Reply #34 on: April 05, 2014, 16:22:50 pm »
I guess the infra red won't help electrolysis in any way... but it could help the resonant action...

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« Reply #35 on: April 05, 2014, 16:29:26 pm »
magnetism helps

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« Reply #36 on: April 05, 2014, 17:45:31 pm »
I guess the infra red won't help electrolysis in any way... but it could help the resonant action...

How?

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Re: AMA analysis of Cramton and Replication
« Reply #37 on: April 06, 2014, 19:49:04 pm »
there's a patent about this and infrared does help they're just not the frequencies you can get from lamps... photolysis is even better.. but that's in the UV region

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« Reply #38 on: April 06, 2014, 20:04:33 pm »
From what i understood if you apply a magnetic field you change the frequency of most absorption of the molecules.

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Re: AMA analysis of Cramton and Replication
« Reply #39 on: April 06, 2014, 23:33:45 pm »
yes and with infrared you give energy to the chemical bondings.. and they can go to outer orbital easier I think something like that.