My name is Ralph Gugar from "North Coast Flow Testing Lab", and I'm also one of the founding members of the "International HHO Institute" (IHHOI). It has been brought to my attention through HHOINFO that you may have interest in having an HHO cell, flow tested. I'm sorry that someone from the IHHOI has not contacted previously, but there must be a glitch in the system from when someone requests info by clicking on the IHHOI link on HHOINFO.
Please feel free to go directly to the IHHOI website at: "IHHOI.org" and you can learn exactly what the IHHOI is all about, from becoming a member, to HHO cell testing and how to place an order for a cell test, and to their vision of what they plan to accomplish:
To be the premier authority and open source of information for the discovery, development, and advancement of sustainable, renewable energy sources.
To promote HHO as a viable, sustainable, alternative energy.
To help reduce our dependence on foreign and domestic oil companies and our dependence on polluting, petroleum based-fossil fuels.
To provide standards for Quality, Safety, Installation, and Integrity solutions to meet the needs of its members.
Further, with the goal of becoming recognized as the “UL” for the HHO industry providing product registration and product performance certification.
Thanks again Jason, I have added a mini inline moisture trap between the dryier and the air intake. I had thought that a bubbler would take out any nasty impurities before the hho went into the air intake. The said bubbler, was below the reservior. Regarding less hho in diesil's, I have found similar results to those indicated. Also, I am having the problem of any gains made in economy being reversed shortly afterwards, as reported by someone else recently.
Thanks Jason, Regarding bubbler, 50mm pipe with end caps around 180mm in length, hho entered the side of the bubbler near the bottom and left the side of the bubbler near the top (had about 2/3's full of water). The bubbler was installed so that the hho gas went through the bubbler after it had passed through a drier situated at the top of the resivior. I have a temperature sender at the bottom of the resivior and the system opporates at 20 - 30 Deg' C (gets a bit warmer when standing still). All tubes are less than a meter in length.
I just left a message on the diesel forum regarding leaning out the fuel. How can one tell when the leaning out has gone to far?. Any thoughts please?
Just for any others here that have not gone to the diesel forum, I have built an interceptor that goes between the MAP and the ECU that allows me to re map the fuel to either lean it out or enrich it. It allows 128 load points and 127 minor adjustments to the mixer at each load point.
Hey Jason Chris Atkinson Here , Ive a jar HHO system , built by a Older Man in Wainuiomata , near lowerhutt , Wellington NZ , I just ordered a Flash chip from water4gas , I had no luck with the effie style O2 sensor attachment , I guess My car was too new , 2000 nissan avenir , I have a port to plug into an Ob11 port , so wish me luck , what are you up to ????
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