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Water to Fuel Converter

Water to Fuel Converter

Water is composed of 2 hydrogen atoms for each oxygen atom. Hydrogen, of course, can be a fuel for various engines, but separating the hydrogen and oxygen is the key. In the following videos, a simple means of doing just that is shown. Unfortunately, only a small amount of hydrogen is produced, but perhaps some of you might find a way to increase the hydrogen production. Who knows?

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Tested Builds a Hydrogen Converter

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Shorty Dawkins


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  1. I used 4 inch ABS pipe, with a half inch crossover tube near tge bottom. Then used coarse stainless steel wool to provide maximum surface area for the anode and cathode. A little salt for ionizer. Works great, bery inexpensively made.

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