December 2009 Blog Posts (9)

Flame Arrestor Idea

Simple Flame Arrestor


James L Kistner Jr


This information is Information Shareware and may be duplicated and shared in any media as long as it is copied in its entirety.

The gases from an HHO cell have been used in many homemade torches and personally the flame from the HHO cell has been sustained using a propane orfice from a BBQ grill. It has also been the unfortunate experience of many, including myself, that the HHO flame can and… Continue

Added by Hermit on December 25, 2009 at 5:14pm — No Comments

For open minded Diesel fuel savers

Projects. Cold vaporiser, hot vaporiser, hho, geet.

The infos here are for everyone to use except the patented one.

My gratitude goes to Zero Fossil, Paul Pantone (Geet), Scarecrow.

Project, vehicle Grand Vitara 2000" 2.0 TDi 4wd, goal less than 5 ltr/100km Status now is 8,5 average.

On same time last year (winter -5 to +5c) 9,5 - 10,5 ltr.

In short I started on a smack booster and many tests, then PWC box, then I made a big… Continue

Added by Sigurdur H. on December 20, 2009 at 9:18am — 2 Comments

Rodin Coil Measurements

have recently started to get some readings that show some

interesting possibilities.First the coil is the blue ring 23awg

18winds ccw primary 12winds 23awg cw secondary. tektronix scope

measuring all. slightly dead 9 v batt connected to high speed opto

coupled SSR. Input voltage actual 8.2v to primary .05 amps freq

oscillating at 327.1457hz at 2 percent duty output of secondary reads

P-P 82 v .15 amps.Wheh the duty cycle is increases to 5 percent the v

out… Continue

Added by Spodie Odie on December 20, 2009 at 8:00am — 1 Comment

Metals, Magnets, and Power Consumption (Chapter 3)

Chapter 3

Metals, Magnets, and Power Consumption

in the

Low Power Electrolyzer

In order to test the hypothesis outlined in the Chart in Chapter 2 I decided to start once more from the beginning, gathering all the metals and electrodes for retesting, comparison, and recording. First I decided to lay out some basic rules for these experiments so that each one would follow a standard. I only used cold tap water (approx. 55 degrees F), the electrodes would all be… Continue

Added by Hermit on December 20, 2009 at 6:50am — 5 Comments

Magnetic Propety of Metals (Chapter 2)

Chapter 2

Magnetic Properties of Metals

in the

Reduced Power Electrolyzer

This document discusses the properties of ferro-, dia-, and paramagnetism. If you are not familiar with these terms please Google them before proceeding. The information which follows may possibly be applied to any electrolyzer, with or without the use of magnets, for better efficiency.

The electrolysis units I have previously made have all incorporated circular electrodes,… Continue

Added by Hermit on December 20, 2009 at 6:47am — No Comments

Reduced Power Requirements Update

My son who is helping came up with two cone shaped pieces of stainless steel (it looks like they are nickel plated on one side). Placed them one on top of the other (insulated from each other) and tried them with and without the three magnets in plain tap water with no electrolyte (I ran out of rain water). There was no contest. I will be leaving the magnets in place, under the bottom cone attached as close to the inside top (horizontally). Each cone measures about 4 inches tall, 5 inches in… Continue

Added by Hermit on December 15, 2009 at 12:15am — 1 Comment

Reducing Electrolysis power requirements

I admit I have not been online involved in various family matters and experiments when I can. I know there are some that are experimenting with magnetic fields and electrolysis also, so I hope I don't step on any toes. Searches have not revealed a patent infringement (if I missed one please let me know) and if there is a patent application I am not aware of the date will need to show a filing before this date. I am releasing this information on a 'shareware' basis (see KeelyNet,… Continue

Added by Hermit on December 14, 2009 at 10:12am — 2 Comments

Taking Your Mileage To The Max

Does a 50% to 100% increase in fuel economy seem far-fetched and out of reach to you? It did to me, until I learned some techniques that allow you to squeeze that much more out of every car. Sure, you might have an awesome kick-butt HHO system. But if you realize how HHO is really doing it's job, by molecularly pre-treating the fuel for better combustion, you begin to wonder what else we could be doing to improve the process further.

Pre-Treatment of Fuel With Hydroxy

The… Continue

Added by Mike Walsh on December 13, 2009 at 10:37pm — 3 Comments

New Hydrogen Storage Method


Hydrogen is an extremely environment friendly fuel as when it burns it releases only water vapor into the atmosphere, but the problem is that it is not easy to store it because it needs to be stored like other compressed gases. A new solid may solve the problem. A nonreactive noble gas called xenon combined with hydrogen… Continue

Added by luetranger on December 3, 2009 at 10:39am — 1 Comment

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