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Post  Stealth914 Tue Jun 04, 2013 10:02 pm

Just a quick one on Hydrogen did you know you can run on straight hydrogen no fuel at all. try researching THE JOE CELL
He now lives in Nth NSW but has been asked in a not very professional way to stop making vehicles run on this.

It can be done I was there when they were testing its just the Government are run by the oil companies so Government steps in to tell you it ain't allowed.
There were 5 vehicles tested a V8 rover, a 2ltr escort, a P76 leyland, a toyota diesel bus & a v6 vn comodore all vehicles were succesful & all made way more power than on pump fuel, all engines ran quieter & smoother & cleaner. Whoops you didn't hear this from me LOL.
Straight hydrogen implodes not explodes like they try & tell the public.

Shame these idiots in charge don't realy want to cut down on polution hence the carbon tax introduced....
more tax for less effort. Must be good to be a rich poitician.

cheers Tony


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Post  Stealth914 Tue Jun 04, 2013 10:18 pm

ferrousfinder wrote:Hey Artrix, not a bad idea. This site is the best i have found as far as kitted products. http://hydrogengarage.com/ it is american though...

Do you have a pulse width modulator to control the frequency supplied?
Apparently the right frequency acts something like the resonant frequency and it boils hydrogen out like crazy, you can then turn the amp supply down to achieve the desired hydrogen output. This is how power input can beat power output.
Also, when the alternator is spinning, is it giving out the same all the time (rev dependant) or will the output change if the demand rises. What i mean is, by using this system, will it wear your alternator out quicker?

I know there are sceptics out there, but this technology has been around for years, but its the right frequency that makes it energy friendly and that wasn't discovered till late last century....

I really think on a diesel its a great idea as it also reduces the amount of carbon in exhaust, thus the engine oil should be a bit cleaner.
A bit of 2 stroke oil in the fuel also, might be a lubed power machine then!!

Good luck.

BINGO ferrousfinder its all about the right frequency & timing also for an experiment for you, try filling a balloon with hydrogen then film what happens when you put a flame on the balloon.
When you have the correct frequency the balloon will actually implode not explode this is the most powerful hydrogen gas. Just make sure you test it outside as it will smash windows inwards & suck the door open when you get it to the right point.

Cheers & happy playing

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Post  Guest Fri Jun 07, 2013 9:32 am

It would be good to be able to fuel up from the house but not possible.nat gas is a gas and needs to be compressed where LPG is a liquid that flashes to a gas.where I used to work had a nat system installed.it was a 3 stage compressor that filled a bank of gas tanks .bout 20 by memory,to a massive psi ,I think it was around 3000 psi.then the forks were filled from the tanks not the compressor as it was a slow process and the compressor was virtually running non stop..the fuel tanks were nearly a inch thick steel walls to take the pressure and mounted on the roll cage of the forks ,but were cracking the cages due to the weight of the tanks.you only got half a shift out of a tank where you got a shift out of LPG.the compressor was prone to break downs whether the systems have improved since the 10 years ago I was there I don't know.my brothers mate works for the mob that do LPG injection for diesels and he said the same,you need to do a hell of a lot of k's to get your money back.

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