Sunday, August 24, 2008
Saturday, August 23, 2008
HHO Torch v3.1 was completed and tested. The electrolytic cell is made from an apple juice bottle with gold (plated?) electrodes from IC sockets. The cell works fine and is leak-free, but the new flashback arrestor made from a prescription med pill bottle appears to have a leak. Due to this leak, no flame was produced...yet. Gas output was much better with the new electrodes, and surprisingly did not vary with changing current. The gold electrodes on the anode somehow got black residue on them but was replaced as the residue was difficult to remove. More research found the 923 Hz frequency and Stan Meyer's research to be of questionable integrity. Photos soon.
Sunday, August 10, 2008
Version 3 completed. It consists of an plastic bottle with a more airtight screw-on cap connected to a pill bottle (flashback arrestor) with a 120v power cord insulation tube. Just finished testing it and determined that oxyhydrogen output is way too low. Researching on how to produce 923 Hz electric outputs for higher production efficiency. Pictures soon.