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Re: AMA analysis of Cramton and Replication
« Reply #40 on: April 10, 2014, 18:18:53 pm »
I guess the infra red won't help electrolysis in any way... but it could help the resonant action...
Hi Steve,What methods did you try .From what I read ,your container should be made of black rubber and closed off from all light source and be given time to be absorbed into the water in order to work . Maybe be given time to heat the water up to 82 degrees Celcius then work from there ? Did you try that method ? I think that would use too much power anyway to produce HHO.
Has anyone here made a successful Stainless steel 316L pipe or tube setup ? where you can use standard distilled water or rain water ?
What I would like to know ......If I use a circuit diagram of dave lawton (which has adjustable knobs) Would I be able to use Dr Cramptons tubular setup 450mm long with diffferent diameter piping and still be able to achieve the same end result ? Or is each circuit designed to resonate at the same frequency as what the piping resonates ?

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« Reply #41 on: April 10, 2014, 18:27:19 pm »
Has anyone here successfully made a low amperage draw HHO cell ? Which can produce 6L per minute ? Can I use this HHO gas in my normal gas stove ? or in my normal gas geyser ?
The problem if we cant store HHO gas is that the volume of area it takes up is too big .So it has to produce enough gas to be consumed immediately. It will need to be hooked up to the gas line and only power the cell up when you want to start the shower geyser up as well .
I did see a video of a standard round speaker magnet where someone has applied a voltage in the centre and side of the magnet and it produces quiet alot of HHO gas . I dont want to go waste money on stainless piping if there is a better way to do it with stainless sheets using the same current draw .
 

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« Reply #42 on: April 10, 2014, 18:32:02 pm »
Also after all this postings and no success stories yet .I was actually thinking of producing Hot water on your inline pipe coming into the shower with just magnets and aluminium .It operates like a water pump .Magnets on either side of an aluminium thin wheel that gets driven by the water when you turn it on .Inturn it spins the aluminium wheel like a turbo with magnets on either side ...it will heat up and give us free hot water if designed correctly .You might need 3 in a row to get the heat up to the temp you would want it .

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Re: AMA analysis of Cramton and Replication
« Reply #43 on: April 10, 2014, 21:42:55 pm »
they already use the pressure from the water supply system for generators... but that's not free energy and it works only when you draw water  :-\ 

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Re: AMA analysis of Cramton and Replication
« Reply #44 on: April 10, 2014, 22:42:27 pm »
Antoine,

The whole idea is to create hydrogen on demand.
No storage of it.
Just produce what you can consume.
Yes, 6 ltres is easy to make with a drycell type.
Use like 130 wats per litre.

For the infrared, i used 100watt resources.
Nothing extra ordinary happend.
But you might be right on heating water up.

Sadly i do not have so much time left anymore to try.