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Bar Cell
« on: June 19, 2008, 06:39:54 am »
Ok, though my brilliantness I ordered SS 304 bars, instead of plates... It was so much cheaper!!!

So, I decided to see what I could do with them and I came up with a cell design I had never seen before (maybe one of you have seen one like it, I don't know, I have not to this point and have search fairly well over the internet, anyway back to the cell).  I figured I would put it into the plate cell section, since it was closer to plates then tubes. 

Ok, I have 12 SS 304 3/16 x 3/16 x 12" bars placed on a nylon bolts with nylon washers as spacers.

The bars where in 3 stacks of 4, the chargers were


Thus, giving a four way pull of the water bonds (Up, down, left, and right) instead of the usual two way pull (left and right).

Here is a YouTube link to see it in action.

Sorry, no pictures, I have a video camera, but no digital camera....

Anyway, I don't know if this is a good idea or not, I'll get some feedback from all you experienced folks.  I am working on getting an alternator setup soon also.

I plan on continuing some different experiments with different configurations of the bar cell and make it bigger! :)

Mr Z

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Re: Bar Cell
« Reply #1 on: June 19, 2008, 17:42:27 pm »
Nice new setups, Z!

I would love to see the matrix cell you build out of those bars....



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Re: Bar Cell
« Reply #2 on: June 19, 2008, 21:35:07 pm »
Thanks Stevie!

Yeah, I think I am going to put a pretty big bar order in today.

Plus, I got a drive motor, now I need to find an alternator somewhere.

There are a ton of different setups with the bars that just aren't possible with the plates and tubes.  So I'll have to get that order in and start playing around with it.  Should be fun!

I like the "matrix" :)


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Re: Bar Cell
« Reply #3 on: June 20, 2008, 07:03:08 am »
verry nice   work


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Re: Bar Cell
« Reply #4 on: June 20, 2008, 08:54:45 am »
Ordered a bunch more bars today! It is going to be awesome when they get here!

I found another guy on YouTube who made a bar cell about a week before I got mine posted  It is really interesting how the water "explodes" when the bar cell is powered. I have experienced similar type reactions from my cell.

I wonder if a multi-directional pull on the water bonds is more effective then a standard two-way pull, that is my theory anyway. 

I have already designed some bar layouts incorporating, neutral bars since it seams that neutral "plates" have been rumored to produce more hydrogen be taking characteristics of both positive and negative plates.  So, we'll have to see how that works with the multi-directional bar cell. I'm excited!

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Re: Bar Cell
« Reply #5 on: July 02, 2008, 23:28:59 pm »
That's an interesting video h2opower.  Thats crazy how the falling water generates volts!  I don't quite know how to take advantage of that yet, but I have been thinking about forcing water to flow through my bar arrangement when it is completed.

I got my order of more metal finally! :)  But now I realized that I need some hard to find nylon screws/bolts. :(

So I am searching a couple of sources to see if anyone can get me 15" nylon screws.

So I've done what I can with what I have and here are the basic results.

A 7x3  12" bar cell connected to a 12V car battery produced a decent amount of bubbling action.
Need to do: create a pulsing DC circuit and see what a few more volts will do.  As soon as I get the nylon parts I will get to do some bigger experiments. No more of the 7x3, more like 80 x 80!!! :D

I tried a 7x3 cell with neutral bars, but did not have a lot of success with that, I want to try a larger cell with neutrals to see if that has any effect.

Ok, back to waiting and researching electronics!

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Re: Bar Cell
« Reply #6 on: August 02, 2008, 08:34:29 am »
I got to thinking.....and came up with this formation. with a positive - negative - neutral set up you could make it so no two "like" poles where together. Having 2 pos together would not hurt, but deff not help, this way you maximize your surface to opposing surface.
What do you think?
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