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RUNNING ON WATER
Freddy's water cell version 7 idles truck in lab
Frederick Wells has traveled to Kentucky to Square1 Energy's
facilities, to partake of their expertise, controller technology, and shop
capabilities, to put the finishing touches on his water fuel cell, with the hope
of tweaking it to power his Dodge truck; having achieved brief idling thus far.
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Future Energy Concept, Inc.'s prototype 7 cell in Square1 Energy's lab.
On August 10 we reported
that Frederick Wells of Prescott, AZ, USA and his associates had allegedly configured a 2004 Dodge pickup truck to
run on nothing but water via their on-board hydroxy gas generator that uses the
truck's battery power to electrolyze water, which is then ducted under pressure into the
fuel rail. Then just prior to a demonstration that was supposed to take
place, the cell malfunctioned and was damaged.
That cell was called "prototype 6"; and today for the first time we posted
a fairly complete, though still rough set of plans for that version, compiled by
James Sharp and Adam W., who are seeking to replicate the effect, being coached
in person by Freddy. The cell produces hydroxy gas, but not in copious
amounts needed to run a vehicle; apparently needed some adjustments in the
design. Our PESWiki
page is linked from Freddy's site,
assisting with the open source project, and we launched a discussion
forum for those involved in trying to replicate, characterize, and improve
on the design.
Meanwhile, always going for the next improvement, like many inventors I've met,
immediately after the malfunction of his prototype 6, Freddy set out working on
prototype 7, which is quite different from prototype 6. He's been showing videos
of his progress.
Then last week, with that cell completed, Freddy and a few others drove to
Kentucky to Square1
Energy to get their assistance in the controller portion of the cell, along
with other assistance that Square1 is able to provide given their expertise in
the hydroxy industry.
On November 23, Freddy posted a video showing Freddy's Dodge Ram pickup truck running on water
in Square1's lab. The gas tank is shown on the shop floor, removed from the truck.
The fuel line was also removed. The truck was stationary and running in
idle mode, on the hydroxy gas from water. The cell, controller, battery,
and other apparatus were on the lab bench and floor, not in the vehicle, which
is appropriate for this stage of research and development. In the video,
the engine runs for about forty seconds before stopping, when the pressure in the vessel
drops from 75 pounds down to 25 pounds.
Here's the video.
The rate and quality of gas production is not yet sufficient to sustain
continued running, but they are hopeful to achieve that milestone with continued
Some theorize that the "ionized steam" and HHOi are two key
contributors to the effect.
They are in process now of working through removing weaknesses and improving the
design, with help from Square1, who is providing mobile offices and
trailers. Square1 is also in a good position to help with bringing in
funding, drawing up plans, making kits, and finished units once the technology
is proven out. "We look forward to a long and successful relationship
to commercialize this technology," said Square1 CEO, Benson Miller.
Square1 isn't necessarily enthusiastic about the idea of open sourcing the
plans, due to the dangers involved and the potential liabilities that poses in
our litigious society. Freddy's design as it arrived was not safe, but
Square1 has been able to implement a number of modifications to address that.
In a recent newsletter from George Wiseman, someone asked: "I was thinking
that the name 'Fast Freddy' doesn't instill a lot of confidence in his honesty.
Do you like it?"
Wiseman replied: "If he likes being called Fast Freddy then joy be to him.
I judge him on his accomplishments, and so far he seems to be producing;
in spite of suppression techniques that include someone throwing rattlesnakes
into his wife's car and (I think) poisoning him."
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