New Release of OU Electrolyzer Plans
Bob Boyce is one of the world's leading super-efficient electrolysis experts. A group of hydroxy researchers have compiled an updated set of plans including Toroidal Coil winding and hookup info enabling others to replicate the work of Boyce.
|On Aug. 10, 2008, Patrick Kelly wrote:
On the [following] you have a copy of my D9.pdf document from 27th
September last year. That document has had some ten serious
updates since then, each time that Bob has released further important
information. This document is the most fluid and most frequently
updated of all of my documents, so may I suggest that instead of calling
it off your server, that you call the current copy off either the www.free-energy-info.com
or the www.free-energy-info.co.uk
servers as that always gives you the most up to date copy.
Alternatively, if you have the spare time, you need to download an up to
date copy on a regular basis.
by Michael Couch
for Pure Energy Systems News
Boyce Electrolyzer system diagram from D9.pdf
might just end the oil wars and fossil fuel use. Bob Boyce and documenter,
Patrick Kelly, have teamed up to revise Kelly's public domain D9.pdf file making
it much easier for DIY Hydroxy researchers to replicate. It now holds
complete plans for replicating the Bob Boyce Electrolyzer. [Caveat] Three or four
critical items of information that were omitted from the previous file have now
been supplied and more detailed instruction for assembly, plate cleaning,
conditioning and startup procedures have been added.
This new file is available on the WorkingWatercar
Yahoo egroup and at PanaceaUniversity.org.
Other groups should update their file section accordingly. Questions that
builders have had about specific torodial transformer primary winding, hooking
up the PWM3 controller to the Electrolyzer, water level control, and cautions
about not powering up the Electrolyzer without electrolyte; seem to have
completed the instructions for a full replication of the Boyce system.
Months of interaction between builders in the watercar group and Mr. Boyce have
resulted in much more complete instruction via the recent revisions published on
Sept. 24, 2007. If your copy of the plans predates this, you are strongly
urged to update your file. You'll be glad you did. These revisions
take much of the speculation and guess work out of building the system.
Recently one of the posters to the new Workingwatercar yahoo egroup has offered
to create injection molded plastic parts to aid and ease building the
Electrolyzer plate box assembly. The offer received an enthusiastic
response from the group, so, a great leap may be coming in simplifying and
reducing cost of Boyce Electrolyzer building. The Workingwatercar egroup
is highly focused on exact replication of the Boyce system and is tightly
moderated to keep the groups focus on producing exact replications of the system
and hopefully documenting them.
Other Hydroxy News
In Hydroxy related news, a youtube video named Helix 1.7 has created a big buzz
in the Electrolyzer community producing a tremendous amount of Hydroxy with 12V
at 8 amps input or 96 watts.
Reports of overunity operation have not been document as of yet. What
remains is for someone to measure the energy output from the use of the Hydroxy
generated, to compare with the 96 watt input. Observers suspect that the
apparently high Hydroxy output from multiple Helix 1.7 cells could power a car.
The single Helix cell seems to produce enough gas to power a lawnmower engine if
the waste spark can be eliminated and the quality of the Hydroxy being produced
is high in mon-atomic hydrogen atoms. No one has reported trying to run a
lawnmower or other small motor on the Helix cell output as yet. A small
four cycle engine would be an ideal test platform to verify the quality of the
Hydroxy it produces. Researchers will keep a close eye on Youtube as they
hope for further developments on the Helix 1.7 cell and replications of the Bob
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Boyce's Electrolyzer Plans Available to All - Michael Couch
writes about Boyce' system for high-efficiency electrolysis that
involves the alleged production of monatomic hydrogen, which has
highly unusual and effective properties in accentuating mileage. (PESN;
January 8, 2007)
On Sept. 27, Patrick Kelly wrote:
I do not consider the document to contain all of the necessary details, so I
would hesitate to describe it as "Complete Plans". These
documents get upgraded on a regular basis as new information becomes available.