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maxlarue Offline
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Newbie question
Has anyone tried constructing and using the Gas4Free product?
The housing is made od 1/2 in Polycarbonate plastic.
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maxlarue
07-25-2008 11:03 AM
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RE: Newbie question
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Welcome to the forums! I hope you find a lot of great information here!

P.S. most people ask this question, so I'll save your time. Don't use baking soda, use NaOH or KOH only! NaoH can be found at Lowes for $7 (2lb. bottle) called Roebic drain cleaner. It's white with a yellow label in crystal form. really great stuff!

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07-25-2008 11:09 AM
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RE: Newbie question
Thanks for the info!
07-25-2008 11:18 AM
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RE: Newbie question
Is this stuff safe to use? Won't hurt the engine will it?
07-25-2008 11:51 AM
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RE: Newbie question
CowboyMan Wrote:Is this stuff safe to use? Won't hurt the engine will it?

Is what safe to use? HHO? NaOH? KOH? Baking soda? Please specify.

1. HHO gas - YES, it is totally safe to use! If you're safe and smart with how you hook the system up, that is.

2. NaOH or KOH - It is safe to use as well. If you do (same with KOH), be sure to add a bubbler so it can clean the NaOH out of the gas before it goes into the engine. To be super safe, add another catch reservoir, which is just a bubbler with no water in it.

3. Baking soda - OLD SCHOOL!! Don't use it, please use one of the other solutions in #2. It eats stainless steel over time (depending) and if that's not a good enough reason, it runs hot.

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07-25-2008 11:55 AM
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RE: Newbie question
what about what the ebook for gas4free say....80% water
10% hydrogen peroxide
5% table salt

anybody use this mixture....and if so how did you mix it?
07-31-2008 05:09 PM
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RE: Newbie question
As far as I know, hydrogen peroxide is NOT an efficient electrolyte. And salt is WAYY bad if I recall. Just do a little reading on what all the people getting good success are using. Oh, he's using NaOH (sodium hydroxide). Wait, he's using KOH (potassium hydroxide)! But that guy and that other guy are both using NaOH, while those few people are using KOH. What to use, what to use.

In all honesty, stick with NaOH or KOH. All the good pizzas have already been made, it's not worth it to experiment right now.

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08-01-2008 08:36 AM
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RE: Newbie question
jeff8472 Wrote:what about what the ebook for gas4free say....80% water
10% hydrogen peroxide
5% table salt

anybody use this mixture....and if so how did you mix it?

And what is the remaining 5%?
I saw mention of using a few cap fulls of Hydrogen Peroxide in Charged Water as a vaporiser unit if that is what this might be referring to?

Table Salt NaCl will cause the creation of Clorine Gas- not good stuff...and don't even think of using anything with flourine...I posted this thread last week
http://www.fuel-saver.org/showthread.php?tid=1151
08-01-2008 10:36 AM
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