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All,
Found a company that has excellent price for a system.
http://www.hydroreactors.com

They even have a 800 number and prices start at $49.99 for a 1 lpm brick.
(This post was last modified: 07-26-2008 05:19 AM by hydrodine.)
07-26-2008 05:14 AM
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I'd like it better if they used better SS.

Still not a bad price for a sealed series.

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07-26-2008 05:25 AM
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colchiro Wrote:I'd like it better if they used better SS.

Still not a bad price for a sealed series.

I used 304 in my series cell and still to this day have no red mud, so i disagree with the lower grade is worst. Even my hydrogen only cell with sodium citrate has created no mud. It is pulling 9 amps hot and it is 304. Hey Rick did you buy that system you went to look at last week or so?
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07-26-2008 05:34 AM
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You mean the h2 only system?

I haven't bought any, but like this one b/c of the display and price for my brother-in-law or my wife's '99 4Runner. Just need to know if it works w/o the o2 connected and what our '99 has.

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07-26-2008 06:03 AM
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I quess i am going to order the cell from from them and try it, Mike wanted me to make a basic cell to produce 1 lpm for the saturn and try some things, so for 50.00 i cant build one for that, will let you know how it is when i get it.
07-26-2008 06:09 AM
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316L SS and 7 platesHmm

http://hydroreactors.com/smf/index.php?t...;topicseen

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07-31-2008 07:22 PM
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I emailed them with some questions. First, I don't believe their generator is a isolated-bath design due to the low amount of NaOH they recommend. When I asked them this I got something along the lines of "well, I'm not sure what you mean", then "oh, it's definitely a series design", then "actually we're not sure about the amount of NaOH, and it maybe a much higher percentage than the one teaspoon for two liters of water". I came out of it feeling like either I got the run-around or that the person I was communicating with was incompetent.

Me thinks they're full of shasta, but perhaps Hydrodine can enlighten us when he gets his.
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07-31-2008 10:42 PM
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I was impressed by how quickly and distinctively they answered my questions. From all I know of scammers and/or sellers of garbage, these guys seem to be very straightforward. And it's possible, as in a lot of companies, that the left hand doesn't know what the right hand is doing; the guy on the phone/net may not be a tech. I intend to eventually buy the control unit if I need it.
Look at the unit. It can only be a series design. I call these "sandwiches" and know of some done this way that work very well. It's definitely my next build: only because I allready have the stuff to do it.
08-01-2008 06:31 PM
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I know if I bought the SS plates, it would have cost me about $30+ and I'd be scrounging to find other hardware and it would take me a month before I'd have a working model.

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08-01-2008 06:35 PM
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Hint: Restaurant used equipment wholesalers have scrap out back from hoods and bins. Schmooze a bit and make some deals! Dont forget to take a magnet tho.
08-01-2008 06:45 PM
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