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BEN Offline
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RE: electrolytes
i wish i could tell you.... its on the way through the pattent office.. it new.... hard to make but worth it. it turns water into h2 O2.
two parts hydrogen and to parts oxygen.
i can say keep experimenting... mix stuff together... hydrogen proxide helps in some chemicals... try metal stain remover for spas... the active ingredent has a relly long name.
be carful mixing stuff like that... ya never know what you will get.

and dont experiment with you good unit... just make tests with pieces of the metal your useing
11-27-2008 08:28 PM
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ghahai ghato Offline
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RE: electrolytes
Good Luck... na I don't mind...
If it's good and practical, people would want to buy it....

I'm not into experimenting with electrolyte.... yet... hehehe
11-27-2008 10:41 PM
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RE: electrolytes
I would like to know what everyones thoughts are on using
polymaleic acid and phosphonic acid, with 316L SS.

whats your thoughts?

just so you know polymaleic acid and phosphonic acid are used in swimming pools to control metal deposits.

CALL YOU CONGRESS MEN AND OR LOCAL LEGISLATOR AND TELL THEM TO REMOVE ETHANOL FROM ARE FUEL. TELL THEM FOOD ON THE TABLES OF AMERICANS IS MORE IMPORTANT AND KILL THE ETHANOL FROM CORN DEAL. ETHANOL FROM CORN CAUSES EVERYONE TO PAY MORE FOR FOOD.
(This post was last modified: 11-28-2008 02:58 PM by joe38socalif.)
11-28-2008 02:58 PM
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BEN Offline
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RE: electrolytes
ITS THE METAL STAIN REMOVER FOR SPAS (hth)
one side effect is it will turn the water nice blue color
I THINK NOT MANY HAS TRIED IT BUT THEY WILL
(This post was last modified: 11-28-2008 09:31 PM by BEN.)
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