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  • For this project let’s build a sexy looking generator that uses electricity to convert water into an extremely powerful fuel! Here’s how to build an Oxy-Hydrogen generator from scratch.

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    I’ve been getting a lot of requests for build plans, so I made a 23 page .pdf file you can have for $20 (This helps compensate for the 3 days it took me to make them). You can get them here: http://bit.ly/HHOParts

    Everything you need to know should be in the video, but the plans have templates for the stainless steel plates, a parts list with SKU numbers, pictures, instructions, and expanded view diagrams of the systems, including an alternate “all ABS” option.

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    This project should not be attempted without adult supervision and adequate training. Misuse, or careless use, of tools or projects may result in serious injury, property damage, and/or death. Use of this video content is at your own risk.

    This is not a “free energy” device, “over unity” device, or a claim to be the solution to the worlds energy crisis. This is a project I did to experiment with the electrolysis of water, and the resulting gasses collected.

    Music By: Kevin Macleod (Breakdown) http://incompetech.com/

    Project Inspired By:

    “Smack’s Booster”: http://www.free-energy-info.co.uk/Smack.pdf

    Project History & More Info:

    The generator requires electricity to electrolyze H2O (water) into gas. The resulting mixed gas is sometimes referred to as Oxy-Hydrogen gas, which is 2 parts Hydrogen (H2) and 1 part Oxygen (O2). I typically hook this up to my car battery while the vehicle is running, so the alternator takes most of the load. On 12 volts I get about 1.5 liters/minute, but when I want to make the gas faster, I hook 2 car batteries in series for 24 volts, and this exponentially increases the gas production to over 5 liters per minute.

    Current draw seems to be around 20-50 amps depending on whether you use 12-24 volts. High current draws mean the electrolyte heats up, and if left too long the plastic can warp or melt causing structural failure.

    Some people ask why the plates aren’t all electrically connected. The plates that aren’t connected are called “floater” plates, or “neutral” plates. There is too much information to post about them here, so do a google search, or check out websites like http://www.hho4free.com/neutral_plates.htm for an in depth explanation of the theory.

    I used KOH as my electrolyte because research suggested it was the best. I haven’t experimented with other electrolytes, but have heard that salt, sodium hydroxide, vinegar, etc could work, but will dirty and may corrode the plates. Potassium Hydroxide keeps the system clean, however, it is caustic, so be careful if you choose to use it. You can probably get away with about 2-4 teaspoons of KOH per 6 liters of water.

    This system produces an extremely powerful OxyHydrogen gas. When the gas is used, it simply turns back into water, and that’s good for the environment. However I believe it takes more electric energy to produce the gas than is obtained from the gas. This device merely converts the energy from one form to another, with given losses.

    As long as you have enough electricity, the amount of water already in this system is enough to produce thousands and thousands of liters of fuel. Some people say this is the fuel of the future. Either way, it’s a very powerful gas!

    If you need more information, or want to purchase build plans for this design, you can get them here: http://bit.ly/HHOParts

    Photographic timelapse of the corrosion of 99.9% pure lead in humid air polluted with organic vapours emitted from oak. http://www.warwick.ac.uk/jamescrawford

    start exposure: The pictured lead and oak are enclosed in a glass chamber together with a saturated solution of aqueous sodium chloride (NaCl). This salt solution humidifies the air, the oak and the surface of the lead. Oak is known to emit more volatile organic compounds (VOCs) at higher relative humidities. The deliquescence-crystallization behaviour of the sodium chloride crystals in the open tube indicates a possible upper threshold of 76% relative humidity in the chamber over time.

    6.9 hours: The development of a thin film of white corrosion products indicates the first visible evidence for the beginning of lead corrosion.

    6.9 days: The formerly grey surface is entirely converted into, and/or covered by, a thin white film of lead corrosion products.

    1.1 to 3.3 months: The single salt crystal closest to the chamber atmosphere cyclically absorbs and desorbs water vapour. And it is the first to deliquesce.

    3.8 months onwards: The saturated salt solution appears to have finally produced a relative humidity of 76%. The equilibrium moisture content of the oak at this relative humidity is reached.

    Post-exposure: Here the lead before and after exposure is compared. Analysis of the surface with X-ray diffraction (XRD) following the 2-year exposure detected various acetates, oxides and carbonates of lead. The specific compounds are considered in a forthcoming publication.

    Acetates of lead include some of the compounds produced by vinegar (or more precisely, acetic acid) and other vapours emitted by oak. Some other timbers and construction materials also emit these air pollutants.

    Vinegar dissolves the protective lead oxide and carbonate layers; causing more corrosion of the lead metal. The corrosion mechanisms of lead-rich alloys vary, so their effects range from obscuring surface details to provoking structural collapse.

    There are many types and sources of indoor and outdoor air pollutants, with many other materials being affected. If left unprotected, and polluted air remains unventilated or unfiltered, pollutants accumulate and accelerate deterioration.

    At risk are significant indoor cultural heritage collections like those found in libraries (books, manuscripts), churches (tapestries, silverware, pipe organs), art galleries (paintings, sculptures) and museums (artefacts, natural history specimens).

    Cultural heritage collections are irreplaceable, and prevention of their deterioration is preferable to restoration. For more information on this demonstration and research on some approaches for conserving indoor heritage collections, see the following link: www.warwick.ac.uk/jamescrawford

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