Do you have a schematic of the O2 generator that you would be willing to share with people like myself who would like to do some prototyping with that technology also? I know what you mean by "corona discharge" method of using high voltage to produce ozone, but would like to avoid recreating the wheel whenever possible. I could see ozone being used elsewhere on a modern homestead givenn it's decay to harmless elements with no surprize toxins left behind. is a bit less reliable.)
If there is no available schematic, maybe a source where one could buy a couple of units as an alternative to scratch building. Thanks in advance for your efforts, best regards, Joe. (email is best for individual communication : email@example.com, I don't get to browze the forums as often so posting a reply
I've just been experimenting with Ozone generation myself and am about to build a Mk.2 version. The original version seems to be improving fuel economy by 10%, but that is on the strength of one tank and half a test run (I went around a 23.9mile open road route with the unit off, refilled, and then intended to redo the route with the unit on but the fuse holder broke, which is where I was switching it - will complete the test on the next full tank...)
I have installed a performance meter to gauge any change in power and torque, but the tacho feature doesn't work (am working on that) and have ordered a fuel flow sender which will give me instant A-B fuel flow, one hopes.
My interest is more academic than practical, my car got around 12.5mpg (imperial gallon) around town when I bought it, 13.5mpg just before the Ozone generator went in and 14.9mpg on the last tankful.
I designed the discharge tube myself and it sits in the airbox, running at around 4kV. I have another design of high voltage adapter on the table and will try it as soon as the transformer arrives (will be 7kv and able to drive two discharge tubes).
I suppose I am a bit of a faker at a fuel saver forum - I thought the ozone might give the car an extra bit of life, but the 5.6ltr high performance Mercedes engine already has a fair bit (around 315hp). The ozone unit certainly does give it a bit of extra life at low revs, which is probably where the greatest fuel saving is. This makes sense when you consider that the ozone production is constant (no more at higher revs).
I'll let you know how the power and economy A-B tests go :)