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making H2 not HHO with the separator cell from hydrogenpower.be
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RE: making H2 not HHO with the separator cell from hydrogenpower.be
(11-01-2011 09:25 PM)http://www.hydrogenpower.be Wrote:  my 2nd cell was a fiasco
I used to thin rubber and that resulted in lots off blokking the flow off water
so now I am replacing the rubber parts with 3 mm thick gaskets so that the membrane has more place
to move in ,and of course it's gonna take yet an other week to be completed
so I keep you guy's posted

Thank you for that update. I am doing small experiment wth H2 separated from OxyHydrogen. Very small progress report:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DM4Ei4HSU...er&list=UL

Maybe you advice me?

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11-02-2011 10:58 AM
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RE: making H2 not HHO with the separator cell from hydrogenpower.be
so as I was looking for a more easy to find membrane
I stombled up on this here It is fabric that is used to make table sheets
it is made of linnen sheet very thin linnen that is and stuck to a plastick sheet
strangely it is not water tight wich is a good thing so it makes contact from one side to the other
and is has no shrinking possibility
so it stays very good in its original shape, and it is stiff to begin with

then I also try'd a new version of gasket
it is like I say in an earlyer string a rubber strip from 30 cm wide and as long as you want to buy
it is 3 mm thick when you install it but it shrinks a little as you can see in the 2 fotos above
the gape that I made for the water to flow went from the original 2 mm wide to just 0,5 mm
and so it starts to block the flow of the gas so I have to make the gape wider so that after tighten
the screws it still has a gape from 2 mm

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RE: making H2 not HHO with the separator cell from hydrogenpower.be
this is the 24 volt version sequence how to build the separator cell

http://www.hydrogenpower.be/viewtopic.ph...rt=30#p258
this is the 12 volt version off the separator cell how to build it

http://www.hydrogenpower.be/viewtopic.ph...rt=30#p257
this is the 2 x 12v sequence version off the separator cell how to build it

http://www.hydrogenpower.be/viewtopic.ph...rt=30#p255

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RE: making H2 not HHO with the separator cell from hydrogenpower.be
so finaly tested the cell
12 plates and the right sequence and yep no oxygen in the hydrogen
no hydrogen in the oxygen
now I need to get against the foam problem
maybe bigger tank or bubbler?
anti foam and fluid separator

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RE: making H2 not HHO with the separator cell from hydrogenpower.be
hi everyone

my again ,so I still wanted to get my cell working

without any catalist so no KOH or somthing else

wel the law says you gonna need to overcome

a magnetic feeld that there is holding the 2 parts off hydrogen and 1 part

off oxygen together

so you gonna need to apply a electrical magnetic feeld to the h2o

caled electrolisation

only problem is h2o out off its one does not conduct electricity

so normaly to make it easy we apply some KOH

and there we have it

a cell that runs hot ,does not produce enough , after a while dont

produce at all any more ,so all kinds off problems related to

making the water better conduct electricity

now when they first started to do electrolesys back in 1600

they did not have 12 volt like we do now before tesla there was no AC

so it was very difficoult to make a specific DC voltage

they used High voltage beceause for them it was easy to come by

most sources did this standard

so they used a voltage like 2000 v DC

now these days that has become a difficoult voltage to come by

butt I did it anyway so here is a scematic for a 2250 volt DC

powersurply that will give you 10 amps

not milliamps but AMPS

now there is one more thing when using High voltage there is mostly no

high current so you can split the water just by a few amps and won't

need big amps

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question

if I am making hho and i separate them or make them separate at ones

and there is only tap water in it

there is gonne be chlorine in it

on witch side the O or the H2 side is gonna come chlorine dioxide

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