Injector Stanley A Meyer Mini

I decided to attempt smaller cells to reduce current from my 1/16 cell design drawing 300-400 watts.

I called these “Big injector” and “Little injector”…although they are simply tiny round cells.

These were both made with SS Swagelok fittings for the outside and a machined SS bolt for the center.

Big Injector specs:
Center bolt: 0.235 inch
Swagelok Size (inner): 0.277 inch
Exposed length: 0.808 inch
Spacing: 0.277 – 0.235 = 0.042 / 2 (round tube) = 0.021 inch

Small Injector specs:
Center bolt: 0.218 inch
Swagelok Size (Inner): 0.266 inch
Exposed length: 0.815 inch
Spacing: 0.266 – 0.218 = 0.048 / 2 (round tube) = 0.024 inch
Back nut is same spacing from center bolt, a little more spacing needed to adjust this.

I don’t recommend these for long term use without a way to clean trash from them.  

W.

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Still playing with various small cells.

Max is around 25 amps and 25 volts on this one.

With more voltage the amps drop as you can see in the video.
(shows 60 volts 4 amp range)

Testing hydrogen production from 0 to 60 volts. This is with 20% KOH added to distilled water. The spacing is about 0.030 around the cell. About 25 volts is "Max" with about 25-28 amps. After this area the cell starts to "short out" and you can clearly see the amps drop to 4-5 as the voltage is raised to 60. Neat little effect.

0 to 64 volts on tiny cell. Direct DC, no pulses, etc...

Next

Natural water in the cell.  

This shows 5 amps at 30 volts...and slowly dropping.

I can then add in the second supply, making it 120 volts and the amps are not affected.
(Sorry for the video shake, it was intended to just extract photos and not be published at the time of recording)

The first reply on this thread cell details: Center 0.460 inches.  Depth 0.205 inches (active area).  The inner outside wall is 0.500 inches. 
Spacing about 0.020 inch.

Keep in mind when the AMPS drop so does the gas production with all of these cells.   

In the KOH bath the best production is around 25 volts at around 25 amps... for the cell LENGTH (0.205 inch)  the limit to resistance is around 1 ohm.   Keep in mind the spacing is not the issue as it's 0.020 inch.  


What I find interesting on the natural water (and I need to explore more) is: the amp draw keeps going down.  It settles at around 2 amps.
The thought is if water can act this way: 2 amps at 60 volts (120 watts) and 2 amps at 120 volts (240 watts)... where is the excess power going?

How did this cell break Ohms law and allow instant change of resistance when adding 60 more volts to it?
- instant resistance changes?

If power is being applied and appears to go "no where" then I should be able to somehow pull voltage and amps (power) out of the water from "no where"

...At least this is the long term thought for now.

Cold water cold process will absorb more dissolve nano bubbles making fuel

None of my testing has produced a cold process yet.  I repeat NONE have been cold.

All have increased the water temp.- some much faster than others.

The injector cells create Hot water on top, with steam...while the Bottom of the glass remains cold...really nothing new: heat rises!.  

The only way I know to get a cold process is to keep this around 1.23 volts per cell.
I can delay heating with a much larger cell container, aka more water volume to take longer to heat.

I really don't know where the "nano bubbles" came from, or a few other terms....but again in my own experments heat IS still going to be a factor.

Looking forward to seeing cold cells... ... ?

try this, cap the jar and tube it as water after a day of running gas production at lowest heat you can 
than tube water into a second cell spark it

one make gas one ignites it 

water gets restructures expelling nitrogen and absorbing h2 in first jar 
keep it producing by keep temp low as you can 
so you understand the position 

water as h2 grows  gains a positive charge do not earth or ground it 
 tube it with out grounding to second cell and spark it 

as charge of positive increases with h2 presence raised 
so does the surface tension and the nano bubbles h2 held in the water solution
which are invisible to the naked eye, normally seen with a laser. 

be careful , as water it will ignite as a gas it will explode.

I mention this as it is what alot of builder as pursuing and using 
you have small  parts which seam well suited to test it and show it

If we can make nano water fuel  ahead of time using other means like solar ultra sonic etc  etc 
we made fuel.

just fill it up as the nano bubbles supposed to  stay in solution for up to 2 years providing 
heat and charges respected, 

None the less great job showing the cool cell you made I love them 

references for study

Ohmasa Japan
Nano Bubbles Japan 
Carbon Nano tips Jpaan
Graphene Nano bubbles tips Japan
Resonate cavity Stan Meyers 
water fuel stan meyer ohmasa
dry fog water fuel to ignite Stan meyers 

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I will perform this setup... to make sure I'm in the right area:

I keep my house between 65-70* F.  This will be the room temp. used. 
This being a long, slow process - to keep it cool the cell will run 1/4 to 1 amp, while isolated in a glass cup.
This will be tap water with 24 ppm contamination levels - drinkable from my local city...do I need to capture rain water?

This process will run for 24 hours with exactly 1 cup of water.

After 24 hours I will withdraw 2 CC of water into a plastic syringe and displace the 2 cc onto another plastic container outside - a bottle cap.

I will then attempt to ignight the liquid.


Do you feel this is acceptable, with accurate guidelines for this test?

W.

Yes it is good it is the correct path  , the more you follow this path the more you will get it done I know that

what we have discovered here is it is directly quantum scaleable same voltage same water much 
smaller surface still works ,small actually be better, think of bio mimicry a leaf 

if we scaled meyer injector and voltage down to yours what is the scale ratio?
this will gives us a ball park of what is occuring voltage and surface area wise

I post Slides here for the thinking on this method I have Described from years of work and study of some extremely smart people I think you are on a fast track to show some new thing on these mini ones 

Great God Speed 

Dan

The Japanese guy got a vibrating electric tooth brush put a carbon tip solid on it 
and piped gas into it same time you can see in some of the videos online 
and used it as a stirrer to make nano water fuel more efficiently. 

the key points are same start with dd h20 cold

Dan

the above slide show this path and knowledge associated with this method

if kept cold the ddh20(double distilled)  water

will slowly replace any dissolved n or o dissolved in it from air with h1 h2 and o  

We are re programming the dissolved
gases which are not water, (just as a fish vibrates o2 out) we vibrate h1 h2 in . 

you should find the Resistance improve as per chart and the surface tension increases.

as the positive charges build so does the water tension and the strength and ability to hold more gas
if you take note not to ground back electrons and or let too much air touch the water 
cap it with a  lid or cap  and outward positive pressure  check valve one way out  
 you will get stronger result  reducing the items that effect its formation surface air ground paths

if it stays colder it will hold more gas which is a important point to start with 
after time the charges  will help you make it

We know this from years and years of builder study and testing   
this is definitely 1 part of the Knowledge  and helps show many thing for us
 the more people replicate the methods 

This stems from Joe Cell, Stan M , Dan Dingle , Hermann and many others which have leaked snippets  
have added up to this knowledge over 50 years + 

Dan

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