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 on: June 15, 2017, 06:53:03 PM 
Started by karmagos - Last post by PDJ
Notice a lot of posted vdo links no longer work.

Hi Michael, I had a quick look through some of the Vids and they were all working.
Please let me know which ones are faulty and I will repair them.

Regards
Paul

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 on: June 06, 2017, 04:35:15 PM 
Started by karmagos - Last post by michaelclyde
Could anyone explain me simply how can we seperate the oxygen and hydrogen with dry cell?
The mixture(ammonia), the two bubblers, the membrane?

With separating gaskets? Was hoping someone here could explain this to me a bit better.

Notice a lot of posted vdo links no longer work. Explanation of gasket comes from HERE



Can it really be that simple??

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 on: June 05, 2017, 02:31:57 AM 
Started by michaelclyde - Last post by PDJ
Hi Michael,

Welcome to RYFB.
Hope you enjoy your stay with us, there is a heap of info for you to explore.

Regards
Paul
Forum Administrator

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 on: June 04, 2017, 01:09:42 PM 
Started by michaelclyde - Last post by michaelclyde
Hey, thought I'd check this place out.

Currently 'ave"

9 Astronergy 240W roof mounted solar panels (Unirac mounted in serial banks of 3) @ 114VOC / producing 2.3KW into FLEXmax 80 charging two series/parallel banks of 4 (48v) wet cell batts into a VFX3648 inverter. Using HBX grid-tie mode (split L1/L2 legs of main panel) with CNG fueled 6kW Generac 5837 Standby genset. Experimenting with Low voltage (3v) water electrolizer to use hydrogen / O2 as secondary storage into . . . still waiting for it . . . a FUEL CEL?Huh

I love my Outback off grid system!! 6 years running no probs at all!! Gasoline is currently 'bout 2.19/gallon.
Electric rate?? Have to check . . .

Cheers

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 on: May 26, 2017, 02:46:38 AM 
Started by crockitt - Last post by PDJ
Hey Dave
You can use Copper if you want but it will be more difficult to use in relation to flexible PVC piping.
I don't see any advantage and it would take more effort and cost to use...
Paul

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 on: May 22, 2017, 07:45:36 PM 
Started by PDJ - Last post by PDJ
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 on: May 20, 2017, 10:53:08 PM 
Started by PDJ - Last post by JustMe
Hi everyone, Sam from Tasmania here.
I am looking forward to learning about HHO here, and it seems there is a heap of information.

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 on: May 18, 2017, 05:18:44 PM 
Started by Craysus - Last post by Tubby
Hi Crayus
I have been using HHO for 4 years now and you have many questions to answer here. I am currently building a dual cell setup for a trucking courier company and am happy to share my findings,  information and experiences with you as this may help you with your decisions to go forward.
You can get me on 041 971 4876 most days as I am a self employed electronics technician with a fitting and turning trade behind me so I can help you with the electrical and mechanical construction and installation should you choose to test this out.
regards Tubby

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 on: May 18, 2017, 05:09:01 PM 
Started by crockitt - Last post by Tubby
Hi Dave
I have never used copper but there is one way to test this and that would be to soak a piece of copper tubing in Potassium Hydroxide solution for a week or two and watch what condition it is in once removed and washed.
This will tell you everything you need to know.
I did this as found that some people were toting brass and Potassium Hydroxide react together so I did the above and found that all it did was tarnish the brass. Since then i have been using brass fittings and had no issues. My longest operating cell has been 2 years with no problem.
Just so you are aware I purchased a green force cell and after having to modify it within 2 years the seals perished leaking Potassium Hydroxide onto the air conditioning condenser, costing me over $600 to repair it.
Since then I have be building my own and no more issues. I did a small video of the test jig used to burn in my cells on you tube if you want to see one built.
cheers Tubby
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HX8PA3lv7mQ&t=51s

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 on: May 18, 2017, 04:56:26 PM 
Started by Tubby - Last post by Tubby
oh and forgot if you want to see one of the cells doing a slow burn in it is on you tube

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HX8PA3lv7mQ&t=51s

cheers Tubby

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