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Here is my cell
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Here is my cell
goto http://www.nature-powered.com/saturn

This is my series cell.
1.2 lpm, 9 amp draw hot, temp stays at 105 degrees

Had to trunk mount because of size.
07-08-2008 05:02 PM
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RE: Here is my cell
Good job! That is a huge cell though, and it sounds like others are producting the same, if not more gas, with less space usage. Yours is still better than my current setup, but I'm hoping not better than one I'm building now :P . It stays cooler in the trunk, good idea! I should probably do something like that because I live in hot AZ Smile .

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07-08-2008 07:40 PM
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hey hydrodine,

what is that acrylic(plexiglass)?

How did you glue or seal the edges or cracks?

is the top removable?

5 Cell Series
NaOH electrolyte
3.5" X 5" Electrodes
07-09-2008 08:14 AM
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dirty273 Wrote:hey hydrodine,

what is that acrylic(plexiglass)?

How did you glue or seal the edges or cracks?

is the top removable?

Yes it is 1/4" acrylic and yes the top is removable. I use IPS Weld-On #16 acrylic glue and a tablesaw to cut it out.
07-09-2008 04:19 PM
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