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"B-Cell" the most efficient configuration I have seen so far.
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"B-Cell" the most efficient configuration I have seen so far.
Here is what I found, browsing oupower.com, its the B-Cell. This fellow, Brian Martin, has found an interesting plate configuration, it seems to be quiet efficient, have a look:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z0WoSrDpFlA

"This cell is what Bryan calls a true electrical series using floating plates. This will be one
of the most efficient cells you have used. Eliminating heat was a massive advance
in itself to this technology. Bryan describes that he is very conservative with proper
plate cleansing. Please check the hydroxy course document on the Panacea
university site for this procedure. Bryan tested a 36 plate which he reports will
produce 2 1/2 litres in under a minute at 12 amps
. Another advantage is the water
after 11 hours of plate cleansing was a mere 103 degrees Fahrenheit. This cell really
tackles allot of problems, the production is solid and the heat factor is gone with this
cell."


So if you dig down in this guy's videos, you will see he's got a theory about brass cored SS plates.

Here are the paperworks, they are available from Panacea university's website on pdf.

http://www.panaceauniversity.org/Bryan%2...20Cell.pdf

[Image: B-cell1.jpg]

[Image: B-cell2.jpg]

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02-17-2009 05:11 PM
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RE: The "B-Cell"
I'd like to understand why the zig-zag floating neutral plates? I see it works real good in your video but I wonder whats the principle behind it? Inspiration and it works out or some rationnal logic I did'nt understand?
02-17-2009 07:28 PM
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RE: "B-Cell" the most efficient configuration I have seen so far.
That's why I posted the paperworks. Have a read.

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02-17-2009 08:12 PM
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RE: "B-Cell" the most efficient configuration I have seen so far.
I did read the paper work and more than one time and I still dont know why...

Also I've just plugged my dry cell in the same way with the zigzag floating plate and didn't get any efficient production... I could barely have a liter/min with over 20amps... I'll upload the video of it on my youtube channel soon.. I'll keep you up to date on that.
I forgot to mention, if you take the voltage between the plate, at 12 volt, it gives 5 volt between each plate. which is a lot I think
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02-24-2009 02:35 PM
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RE: "B-Cell" the most efficient configuration I have seen so far.
The plates on B-Cell are copper cored I believe.. Now if you wish to know more about this cell, I suggest you get in touch with oupower.com, Bryan Martin goes there sometimes.. And I'm pretty sure there are some discussions about the cell itself. I will report the link here if I find it.
Here ---> http://www.oupower.com/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=2330 ...the dude's alias is "hhoguru232004"

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RE: "B-Cell" the most efficient configuration I have seen so far.
There were 2 members on 2 forums I saw that tested their B-cells they built,one said he barely got 1 LPM@30 amps and the other guy hasn't reported in with his results yet.Has anyone here tried this plate configuration and if so what were your results.

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RE: "B-Cell" the most efficient configuration I have seen so far.
This fella is part of panacea university, no bull. Talk to him directly, he might help.

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03-03-2009 05:26 PM
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RE: "B-Cell" the most efficient configuration I have seen so far.
(03-03-2009 05:26 PM)Zipstor Wrote:  This fella is part of panacea university, no bull. Talk to him directly, he might help.


Didn't see where to contact him.Is he on the forum or other?

Btw here's pics of both the dry and wet cell the guy built that didn't have much luck with the b-cell design(at least so far he hasn't)


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03-07-2009 10:05 AM
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RE: "B-Cell" the most efficient configuration I have seen so far.
I suggest you register to the oupower forum and talk to him directly. "hhoguru232004"

http://www.oupower.com/phpBB2/viewtopic....c&start=15

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03-08-2009 04:29 AM
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RE: "B-Cell" the most efficient configuration I have seen so far.
I am giving the b-cell a shot. I just put in my car this week. I had to wait for the freezing temps to go away. I should have result real soon. I bench ran it for 5 hour and it seem to do better as time went on. I post result as soon as I refill.
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