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Offline atfab

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Hello all!
« on: July 31, 2007, 05:42:12 PM »
Atfab here,
     Found this website last week, overloaded my poor mind.

     My first goal is a fuel mileage increase for a '89 Toyota Camry station wagon, 2.5 liter V-6. This is a fuel injected engine with an auto trans, all in good shape.

     My last long distance, round trip was 400 miles, used the AC on the way out and got 28 MPG (mostly above the legal limits). A bad fill up rendered the return mileage useless.

      I want to start with a plate generator, running off of 12V and under 10 amps. I have some SS plates approx 1.5" by 8" unknown grade, but looks and cuts like 300 series.

     I have the ability and tools to make just about any configuration and experience with dangerous gas and chemical handling. Two years of electronics school and 35 years experience as an electro/mechanical tech, mostly in semiconductor and electronics assembly equipment.

     Any advice or experience in the persuit of my goal would be greatly helpfull. I have a 300 mile trip next month and would like to have something worked up before I leave.

Thanks,
Paul

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Hello all!
« on: July 31, 2007, 05:42:12 PM »

Offline keithturtle

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Re: Hello all!
« Reply #1 on: August 01, 2007, 01:12:15 AM »
Welcome, atfab;

Looks like y'all gota whatever it takes to do this.   My advice is two-fold...

1.  Be prepared for the long haul.
2. Learn from the mistakes of others- you'll never live long enough to make 'em all yerself.

I've had good luck with the urethane -sided cell.   Windshield grade urethane adhesive can provide structural support, spacing and sealing of yer plates.   Somewhere in the HHO thread I posted a pic-clip of the procedure.   There's a sequel coming sometime that shows production stats.

G'luk, mon!

Turtle

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Re: Hello all! We got gas!
« Reply #2 on: August 01, 2007, 02:03:52 AM »
Thanks Turtle,
     I dug out the SS strips I have, they are 2" by 8" by 1/16". Cut them in half on a 45 degree angle to give me contact tabs and drilled two 1/4" holes in the center if the plates, vertically.

    With 4 plates I assembled 2 cells with the plates 1/8" apart. I then combined the cells together with a 3/8" space. I used rubber washers and cable ties to hold/space the assembly together for ease of modification. Placed the assembly in a 22 OZ glass pasta jar.

     I connected a 12VDC, 5 Amp regulated lab qualty power supply to various combinations of the plates (including netural plates), submerged in 3.5" of my town water, with NO additives. I got the best flow of bubbles with the plates connected by alternating them + - + -. The town water is hard. I got almost instant brown scum and water at 12 v, drawing 0.96 amps and less bubbles.

     We use a Britta filter for drinking water, so I tried some of that.  The water was cold from the fridge, I applied 12 V and it drew 0.55 amps. again no additives.

     Moved outside to the patio, as the water warmed, the current slowly rose to 1.0 amps at 105 degrees F, temp . I could light off a good loud SNAP every few mins. with the jar open and a very light breeze.

     After an hour the water was only slightly discolored and a thin red/brown scum covered  the surface except for 2 quarter sized spots that the majority of bubbles came up in.

     All measurments taken with a Fluke 77 digital multimeter and a candy thermometer. The plates cut/drilled like 303 or 304 stainles.

     More plates to come.

Paul


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Re: Hello all! We got gas!
« Reply #2 on: August 01, 2007, 02:03:52 AM »
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Offline keithturtle

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Re: Hello all!
« Reply #3 on: August 01, 2007, 03:06:42 AM »
Yer off to a good start, Paul.

Now, as IronHead would say, let it teach you.

Turtle

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Re: Hello all!
« Reply #4 on: August 01, 2007, 05:57:29 AM »
Turtle,
     I have been in the I H well all night. Had to stop at page 38. I think I have enough SS on hand to make a B-F cell, but can't come up with 36 vdc right now (I'm not driving an 18 year old car by choice)

     Time to hit the tag sales.

Paul
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Offline strapped9

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Re: Hello all!
« Reply #5 on: August 01, 2007, 09:04:23 AM »
I'm stuck in the same spot. I have one 12v battery. Its in my truck so i have to either take it out or bring the rig to it. no good power supplies either. 12v 6amp charger though lol. Built my IH enclosed series cell and drilled holes in the bottom. never once thought as to where i'd get a steady 36v lol. GL with the equiptment.

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Re: Hello all!
« Reply #6 on: August 01, 2007, 12:39:15 PM »
All the voltages posted are for experimental use and are not carved in stone.
This S-Cell is for use as an experiment to understand  HHO extraction from water.
Once understood how this works the Cell can then be built up to use in an automobile at any voltage /amperage so desired .


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Offline atfab

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Re: Hello all!
« Reply #7 on: August 01, 2007, 04:14:02 PM »
IronHead,
     Yea I got that, I just need some time and money to get some more materials. The wife and daughter are already looking at me sideways about the time I spent building a simple cell (about 2 hours, mostly scrounging parts and hardware) and here on line. But at 3+ dollars a gallon and a 4.5 hour round trip commute (2 days a week), a 20% increase in mileage is a lot.

     I have a 20 AMP, 0 to 140 VAC variac in the garage some where, got to see if it still works, I'm getting there.

     Keep it coming

Paul

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Re: Hello all!
« Reply #8 on: August 02, 2007, 01:09:53 AM »
Whenever y'all find it, here's a good rectifier fairly cheap

http://www.surpluscenter.com/sort.asp?numrec=10&sort=1&search=rectifier&UID=2007021700051064

Email me for plates.

Turtle

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Re: Hello all!
« Reply #9 on: August 02, 2007, 01:46:05 PM »
Turtle,
     Found the variac and it still works! an old plate mount I picked up a few years back. It was part of a project that got shelved when we moved 3 years ago. I have a case, ac and dc volt and ameters and a handfull of 12 amp diodes.
Just got to finish putting it all together.

     That bridge looks like a good price, I'll check them out for any other odds and ends I might need, I have lots of projects going.

Paul

By the way, my private company's name is ATFAB Crafts. ATFAB stands for "AnyThing For A Buck.

 

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