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Ozone gas generator
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RE: Ozone gas generator
Here's my setup, finished it today: https://goo.gl/photos/VCVjCbPy9ZxtXVeGA
O3 generator in the air intake.
The car is 1990 VW Passat 1.8, running on LPG
(This post was last modified: 06-08-2016 11:23 PM by ludmil.)
06-08-2016 12:11 AM
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RE: Ozone gas generator
[quote='mariusmol' pid='39566' dateline='1435908221']
I did a short idle test with ozone generator.
First I set the ozone power input to approx. 100 W ( 8 A at battery voltage).
I used a OBD2 reader to see what is going on with that engine ( sorry to say that Torque and a "universal" OBD2 reader did not works, at least with RedMi Note Android phone

"I hope that those who experimented with the ozone generators did not get their lungs busted. Ozone is good for the body but is bad for the lungs.

Wow, 8A@12v is a lot of wasted power. Why go over 3kv? At this voltage, ozone is produced and if you are not careful, you'll put yourself and your family at risk.

Our electrostatic fuel saver, which we will be converting to an air cleaner aid
uses a mere 500v and we are getting excellent results. It will be a 4-in-1 electrostatic device. (dust collector, fuel saver, smoke reducer and power enhancer) all rolled into one. When installed with the electromagnetic fuel saver, it will be a whopping fuel saver. Pls see nuvisysdotblogspotdotcom.

The ES dust collector will be a great aid for the overworked fuel filter. I haven't seen a fuel filter that is 100% effective.A great deal of dust is passed through and collected by the needles/electrode"
07-01-2017 02:29 AM
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