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Measuring device
Can one of these be used to measure HHO output?

http://cgi.ebay.com/Oxygen-Gas-Liter-Flo...dZViewItem
09-05-2008 05:56 AM
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RE: Measuring device
The link doesn't work for me. Maybe check it and try again, but if it's a measuring output tube-like thing, make sure it's calibrated correctly for HHO gas' weight.

I have a headache, I'm going to bed. Laughing too much from this "GoH2Fuel.com" guy. Just whatever you do, don't even look at his website, it's a scam in a box. Good luck with your HHO build, and I'll be happy to help you with anything else! Big Grin

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09-05-2008 11:56 PM
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2.5 L/min Flow meter

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09-06-2008 03:27 AM
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studebaker Wrote:Can one of these be used to measure HHO output?

http://cgi.ebay.com/Oxygen-Gas-Liter-Flo...dZViewItem
Studebaker:

Save your money. Get a 1 pint plastic water bottle, popbottle, whatever bottle as long as it's 1 pint; 1 pint = 1 liter. Get a 5 gallon bucket, fill it with water. Imerse the 1 pint water bottle in tht bucket; turn it upside down (mouth facing mother earth); run a hose from your HHO generator to the now turned upside down water bottle; bring the mouth of the bottle to about 1/2 inch below the surface of the water in the bucket. Start it up and time with the second hand on your watch how long it takes the HHO to displace the water in your pint bottle. Not the most accurate way but accuracy with HHO means little. Remember, the more HHO, the better.
09-06-2008 06:49 PM
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Yeah, doing it the conventional caveman method is guaranteed every time as long as there isn't a hole in the bottle you're filling Laugh. And the best part is it's free because everyone has a bottle lying around somewhere!

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09-09-2008 09:33 AM
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thomasbala Wrote:Save your money. Get a 1 pint plastic water bottle, popbottle, whatever bottle as long as it's 1 pint; 1 pint = 1 liter. Get a 5 gallon bucket, fill it with water. Imerse the 1 pint water bottle in tht bucket; turn it upside down (mouth facing mother earth); run a hose from your HHO generator to the now turned upside down water bottle; bring the mouth of the bottle to about 1/2 inch below the surface of the water in the bucket. Start it up and time with the second hand on your watch how long it takes the HHO to displace the water in your pint bottle. Not the most accurate way but accuracy with HHO means little. Remember, the more HHO, the better.

Just a heads up. A pint is about half a liter, Google it. A quart is just about a liter. There's 3.78L in a U.S. gallon, so a liter is about 1/4 gallon. Metric is silly isn't it? Unfortunately I have to live with it in Canada...

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09-09-2008 03:21 PM
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Use Convert?

http://joshmadison.com/article/convert-for-windows/

No install needed.
09-10-2008 01:05 AM
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hey nice site visek as we don't need to install and convert every thing on same site .thanks for sharing mate .

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Really good and informative site. Thanks

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