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HHO BLASTER
04-01-2009, 02:29 AM
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BoyntonStu
04-01-2009, 04:48 PM
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This 25 pound supply looks very beefy.

Certainly not a toy.

It can also be used to quick charge a battery.

It is nice not to have to use the car when testing and this looks like it should replicate the alternator/battery in your car.

It is also having the meters built in, no stray wires, etc.

BoyntonStu

Painless
04-01-2009, 06:19 PM
Gary,

How many of these do you have left? Do they come larger than 30 amp?

Russ.

HHO BLASTER
04-01-2009, 11:49 PM
Gary,

How many of these do you have left? Do they come larger than 30 amp?

Russ.

Yes they do with a larger price, trying to get some now.

Are their any of you guys that would have need for a 50 AMP supply or even a 100 AMP let me know?

Also will be comming out with a 1.5 volt to 3 volt supply at 50 to 100 amps so you can build a HHO single cell with only two plates plus you will be able to adjust the voltage.

This should save you the cost of building a complete cell with many plates just to find out your idea didn't work the target price will be $99.00 it also can be converted to give 12 to 20 volts for no extra cost if you are handy.

Gary