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Thread: Aluminum!!!!!

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    wingnut Guest

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    Just for all of those that were interested about the question, not too long ago about ALUMINUM!? I said I had something in the works for a model and would get back to you. As most people know, it has a "very" good conductive value, low corrosive properties, high availabillity (any hardware store), and easy to work with. I now have a 12 plate generator that is working on a 5 watt solar panel (that I test "any" design on, not to waste battery power). However, it has been producing gas for the last hour and and half at a rate at least double of ANY other material I have used in the pst. The best part is, it has NO CORROSION, NO POND SCUM, AND HAS NOW FROTHED OVER THE BRIM ONCE I ADDED ONE TABLE SPOON OF BAKING SODA!!! SOMEONE TELL ME QUICK WHY I DO NOT NEED TO CONNECT THE BUBBLER AND TRY THIS ON MY SVT???????

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    wingnut Guest

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    Anyone????

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    ranger2.3 Guest

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    I am definetley going to try that now. Oh yea where would you get some plates of aluminum?

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    wingnut Guest

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    What's up RANGER? Just so you know, the sun is now going down and I do not have the amp's I had when I first hooked this up. However, there is NO DOUBT that "IT WORKS", thus far much better than "ANYTHING" I have tried yet. LOT'S OF BUBBLES, NO CORROTION, LOT'S OF GAS, INEXPENSIVE, NOT SO SURE ABOUT THE FUMES THOUGH!? Unless someone has a "GOOD" explanation as to why I "should not" use this, IT WILL BE FUNCTIONAL, and a working design, on my favorite riding mower TOMORROW!

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    No one said aluminum wouldnt produce HHO, they said aluminum will not last long and it cant be used with the good electrolytes like NaOH.
    2006 Ram, 5.9 cummins HO. 4 cell design, 1.5 [email protected], 24.3 MPG

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    wingnut Guest

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    THANK YOU, FINALLY A RESPONSE! Why will this not last as long? It certainly works "MUCH" better initially!

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    wingnut Guest

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    Oh, and just for the sake of all us "newbies", please explaine exactly wht is NaOH!

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    spob Guest

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    Quote Originally Posted by wingnut View Post
    Oh, and just for the sake of all us "newbies", please explaine exactly wht is NaOH!
    Soduim Hydroxide. It is used as a catalist to raise the conductivity of water.

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    David Hamilton Guest

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    Also known as sodium hydroxide, it is a key ingredient in Draino,and can melt through your skin in a matter of seconds.

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    wingnut Guest

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    K, well, seeing how the sun is going down here in the mid west, and I am obviously loosing amps to it. WHY IS IT that you are not suppose to use ALUMINUM again? Precisely?

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