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Re: SPIKE'S BURTHA CELL
« Reply #56 on: July 17, 2008, 03:40:41 am »
Karebill

I look forward to seeing your posts.

Thanks again
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Re: SPIKE'S BURTHA CELL
« Reply #57 on: July 17, 2008, 04:49:57 am »
If you want to see more pictures, ;D
click on the following link

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http://s333.photobucket.com/albums/m366/bulldogge1232000/Burtha/?start=all

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Re: SPIKE'S BURTHA CELL
« Reply #58 on: July 17, 2008, 04:51:59 am »
spike congrats on the  cell     definatly  th sciznit     


 how longer are the tubes your using   

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Re: SPIKE'S BURTHA CELL
« Reply #59 on: July 17, 2008, 04:59:19 am »
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1"  x 15 1/2",  3/4" x 16",  1/2" x 20"
304L .095 wall thickness

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Re: SPIKE'S BURTHA CELL
« Reply #60 on: July 17, 2008, 05:21:59 am »
Well you guy's are doing great work!!!!!

this is what i like to see, when those that come together to finish this things off...

your cells are impossible, i cant get over what you produce given what you consume, its just unbelievable!!!!!!!! Nice!

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Re: SPIKE'S BURTHA CELL
« Reply #61 on: July 17, 2008, 09:06:14 am »
Riddler

I don't know Karebill's real name,  He might be Stephen for all I know. But I can tell you his cell was the starting block for mine. His was the first tube cell, That was a dry cell, That I ever saw.  Basic tube knowledge from you and Steve.
Hydrogen mask, H2O Power, And even Topsyketts, Gave me ideas, Along with many others.
So it's basically everyones imput that built it.
And as I get into the next steps, I'm really going to need help!!

Spike

This wfc has 62 tubes total, the way I built it I had to use push-in type connectors and they finally coroded out on me so the wfc just sit in waitting for now.

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Re: SPIKE'S BURTHA CELL
« Reply #62 on: July 17, 2008, 19:24:40 pm »
h2o power

I think i remember a video on youtube of this cell in your garage.

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Re: SPIKE'S BURTHA CELL
« Reply #63 on: July 20, 2008, 16:25:35 pm »
spike

I was wondering if you tried connecting the cells in parallel without electrolyte? (With electrolyte parallel will consume a lot of amps)

If you did connect the burtha cell or the other earlier karebill setup you built in parallel with 2 tubes do you notice any significant gain or loss in production. (plain tap water.)?

Should i go for 3 tubes or 2 tubes, 2 tubes would be cheaper but if you say 3 is the best then 3 it is.

I was also wondering does it matter if its concentric and water flows through between the tubes, like a 2 foot long joe cell with 5 or 6 tubes with neutrals between them, rather than having 9 pairs of same size tubes?

This is because all the inner tubes in the joe cell will be immersed in water. Is exposing the tubes to air like Stanley Meyers injector design the key?

Thanks and very grateful for the advice
waterfalcon