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HHO carbon cleaner system
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HHO carbon cleaner system
Hi to all, not been here for quite a while.
I am looking to make a carbon cleaning system similar to the Reliant unit as featured from water4gas and looking for some help. Does anyone know any information as wether its based on a dry cell or wet cell ?
I have made several dry cell units for cars in the pass and basically know all the materials needed but hopefully someone can guide me as this would be a big project.
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10-28-2011 07:23 AM
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RE: HHO carbon cleaner system
Hi pdai11, perhaps I can help a bit. I built a transportable system and installed it in the bed of my pickup truck. When I first used it, I made a small video of it and what happened when it was injecting 2 lpm of OxyHydrogen into my air intake manifold. Perhaps you would be interested in my small video. I know nothing of the Reliant unit or water4gas, but I have learned something about my own system. But remember, I am a newbi to OxyHydrogen...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8ODF5hoOqZs

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10-28-2011 06:16 PM
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RE: HHO carbon cleaner system
(10-28-2011 06:16 PM)amos33 Wrote:  Hi pdai11, perhaps I can help a bit. I built a transportable system and installed it in the bed of my pickup truck. When I first used it, I made a small video of it and what happened when it was injecting 2 lpm of OxyHydrogen into my air intake manifold. Perhaps you would be interested in my small video. I know nothing of the Reliant unit or water4gas, but I have learned something about my own system. But remember, I am a newbi to OxyHydrogen...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8ODF5hoOqZs

Hi Amos33, thank you for your reply
That is a very neat piece of kit you've done, looks very professional as though it was manufactured, is it a dry cell, did you had to use a PWM ?
I had looked at many manufacturers but only one had stated ( Cetech America ), with some technical details like 220v, can produce upto 15L per minute which i think the main information i need is how many liters per minute can actually cleans the engine on a 40 minute cycle ?
10-29-2011 04:11 AM
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RE: HHO carbon cleaner system
(10-29-2011 04:11 AM)pdai11 Wrote:  
(10-28-2011 06:16 PM)amos33 Wrote:  Hi pdai11, perhaps I can help a bit. I built a transportable system and installed it in the bed of my pickup truck. When I first used it, I made a small video of it and what happened when it was injecting 2 lpm of OxyHydrogen into my air intake manifold. Perhaps you would be interested in my small video. I know nothing of the Reliant unit or water4gas, but I have learned something about my own system. Thanks for the 'looks professional' comment. I built it mself from off the shelf items. Visit my web site sometime for more info: http://www.Unplugged-Energy.com

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8ODF5hoOqZs

Hi Amos33, thank you for your reply
That is a very neat piece of kit you've done, looks very professional as though it was manufactured, is it a dry cell, did you had to use a PWM ?
I had looked at many manufacturers but only one had stated ( Cetech America ), with some technical details like 220v, can produce upto 15L per minute which i think the main information i need is how many liters per minute can actually cleans the engine on a 40 minute cycle ?

It is a 11-plate dry-cell running with no PWM producing 2 liters per minute @ 12 volts dc and 20 amps. 2 lpm is sufficient to clean carbon from any engine. running for 40 minutes is enough time. You will see carbon and water coming out of the tailpipe, like in my video. It cleans the injectors, rings, pistons and cylinders - completely. After cleaning you will need to change the oil and filter because all the hydrocarbon buildup and water that did not evacuate the tailpipe will seep to the oil pan. My 4.3L engine ran cooler and quieter and even without OxyHydrogen - got better mpg and passed emissions test. But I am a newbi to OxyHydrogen technology...visit my webpage: http://www.Unplugged-Energy.com for info

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11-04-2011 08:41 AM
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RE: HHO carbon cleaner system
(11-04-2011 08:41 AM)amos33 Wrote:  
(10-29-2011 04:11 AM)pdai11 Wrote:  
(10-28-2011 06:16 PM)amos33 Wrote:  Hi pdai11, perhaps I can help a bit. I built a transportable system and installed it in the bed of my pickup truck. When I first used it, I made a small video of it and what happened when it was injecting 2 lpm of OxyHydrogen into my air intake manifold. Perhaps you would be interested in my small video. I know nothing of the Reliant unit or water4gas, but I have learned something about my own system. Thanks for the 'looks professional' comment. I built it mself from off the shelf items. Visit my web site sometime for more info: http://www.Unplugged-Energy.com

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8ODF5hoOqZs

Hi Amos33, thank you for your reply
That is a very neat piece of kit you've done, looks very professional as though it was manufactured, is it a dry cell, did you had to use a PWM ?
I had looked at many manufacturers but only one had stated ( Cetech America ), with some technical details like 220v, can produce upto 15L per minute which i think the main information i need is how many liters per minute can actually cleans the engine on a 40 minute cycle ?

It is a 11-plate dry-cell running with no PWM producing 2 liters per minute @ 12 volts dc and 20 amps. 2 lpm is sufficient to clean carbon from any engine. running for 40 minutes is enough time. You will see carbon and water coming out of the tailpipe, like in my video. It cleans the injectors, rings, pistons and cylinders - completely. After cleaning you will need to change the oil and filter because all the hydrocarbon buildup and water that did not evacuate the tailpipe will seep to the oil pan. My 4.3L engine ran cooler and quieter and even without OxyHydrogen - got better mpg and passed emissions test. But I am a newbi to OxyHydrogen technology...visit my webpage: http://www.Unplugged-Energy.com for info

Thanks for a ll the help
11-09-2011 11:48 AM
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