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Proton Exchange Membrane - DIY / Home Made?

Started this discussion. Last reply by gabet123 Dec 3, 2015. 11 Replies

This is a serious question...Does anyone know how to construct, or can anyone say how/where to obtain a relatively low cost membrane that will operate around 100'C.There are a lot of very talented…Continue

Ultrasonics and HHO

Started this discussion. Last reply by Felix Audet Dec 21, 2017. 17 Replies

I am just wondering if any colleagues have experimented with using ultrasonic energy on their cell constructions.I have been experimenting with a small system and it seems to excite the plates /…Continue

 

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Martin Moore replied to gabet123's discussion 'Catalytic Carbon PR11 Press Release new concepts and ACE cell.'
"Alan, I posted a fair bit of information on making a solid state H-Bridge driver and circuitry a few weeks ago. It was an attempt at making the electrics a bit more robust yet adaptable because you can use it on 12 - 24 volts and easily vary the…"
Jan 2
Felix Audet replied to Martin Moore's discussion 'Ultrasonics and HHO'
"Hi Martin,  Using a wet cell would be a better choice for ultrasonics..  I had this idea when I noticed that my cell was producing fog under certain conditions.. my idea is one could use the plates themselves as an ultrasonic transducer.…"
Dec 21, 2017
Martin Moore replied to Felix Audet's discussion 'Off the Shelf programable PWM for HHO production'
"Just been doing a little bit of research. A  555 / LM358 square wave module from EBay is good to 200 khz or more.  That will give you a 5v pp signal. More than capable of driving a H-Bridge module. Not quite "off the shelf" but…"
Dec 21, 2017
Martin Moore replied to Felix Audet's discussion 'Off the Shelf programable PWM for HHO production'
"Yes... I've been thinking about this one for a little while now. How about using a H-Bridge and driving the gates with a variable frequency  square wave signal? What sort of frequencies are you thinking about?"
Dec 21, 2017
Martin Moore replied to B Mutia's discussion '24vDC Water Mist Injection'
"That's interesting. I've looked at piezo water misters before but was put off by their relatively low hours life... well the ones I got hold of had a relatively short life. How many hours do you expect from your transducers?"
Dec 20, 2017
Martin Moore replied to gabet123's discussion 'Howard Phillips Ace Cell'
"The other thing that just came to mind Marc is that for one half of the cycle, if you are considering using stainless anywhere... because it does not readily oxidise it will be a source of O2 gas."
Dec 15, 2017
Martin Moore replied to gabet123's discussion 'Howard Phillips Ace Cell'
"Hi Marc, Varying the spacing will have an impact on current / charge. Howard also talks a lot about the capacitive effect.  I'm hoping that Howard might step in here. Spacing at this time was arbitrary... more research is required around…"
Dec 14, 2017
Martin Moore replied to gabet123's discussion 'Howard Phillips Ace Cell'
"Working with Howard's ACE Cell technology. Multi-Plate ACE Cell. Alan Smith and I have experimented with Howard's ACE2 cell arrangement and I thought I'd write up some of our observations. Howard's original design was centred on…"
Dec 14, 2017
Martin Moore replied to gabet123's discussion 'Howard Phillips Ace Cell'
"This is how the three modules look before mounting on a base board: Output connections:   "
Dec 10, 2017
Martin Moore replied to gabet123's discussion 'Howard Phillips Ace Cell'
"A quick look at it working with two diodes connected to each of the output wires and Gnd.  "
Dec 7, 2017
Martin Moore replied to gabet123's discussion 'Howard Phillips Ace Cell'
"Like so..."
Dec 6, 2017
Martin Moore replied to gabet123's discussion 'Howard Phillips Ace Cell'
"This second shot is of the top of the board showing the 4 timer jumpers in place. I found that this gave me roughly 4 second timing and I only needed to adjust the blue trimmers a little to get the required 5 seconds. You can also the see the…"
Dec 6, 2017
Martin Moore replied to gabet123's discussion 'Howard Phillips Ace Cell'
"Just putting a square wave driver module for some bloke over the other side of the pond so I thought I'd post come close-ups... This first one is of a 2n222 transistor. It has a 10k resistor (Brown, Black, Orange) from the output pin of the…"
Dec 6, 2017
Martin Moore replied to gabet123's discussion 'Howard Phillips Ace Cell'
"I meant to just weld a short length of stainless screw thread to the electrode as a fixture. You are right though there may still be electrolysis to be concerned about."
Nov 21, 2017
Martin Moore replied to gabet123's discussion 'Howard Phillips Ace Cell'
"Thomas, Sorry for breaking my reply into two. I just checked up that link you posted. A better H_Bridge to use might be the BTS7960B which runs at 27 Volts DC @ 43Amps. It can handle PWM on either channel no problem. You can run it with an…"
Nov 20, 2017
Martin Moore replied to gabet123's discussion 'Howard Phillips Ace Cell'
"Well if you mate has the stainless / high nickle content rods I'd suggest welding a strip of stainless to the iron electrodes. Or maybe a bit of studding. It will work because I've done it before professionally for commercial jobs. It has…"
Nov 20, 2017

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Hydroxyl.... OH... Wanted - need to bind Hydroxyl

Posted on April 6, 2014 at 8:30am 4 Comments

Wanted: Hydroxyl binder...

Someone somewhere may know the answer to this little problem. We need to tie up/bind Hydroxly (OH) with something really fast. It also needs to be dirt cheap.

Aluminium works, so does magnesium but both are relatively expensive and more than a little dangerous in a powder format.

Is there an organic substance / process…

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Wanted - PTFE mesh

Posted on October 9, 2011 at 11:26am 1 Comment

Dear Colleagues,

Does anyone know of a source of PTFE mesh?  I am looking for something that has a hole size or around 1.5 to 1mm or less (probably not less that .5mm though).  I suppose it could be knitted (I don't think my mother could do it though lol!). I estimate that I need about 1000mm X 500mm in total.

A UK source would be good but of course I can buy from anywhere - it just takes a bit longer.

Any help or advice on leads would be…

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At 11:05pm on December 2, 2015, Charles Phillips said…
Got an email about some interest in a pem cell? I have some experience with them
At 11:35am on November 12, 2011, Unca RaF said…

Greetings,

   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.
 
 
 

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