Merrick Gas HHO

 I have recently been doing some interesting reading on a new electrolyte that produces not HHO or HHOO, but HHHN! It is said that the sensors do not see any oxygen and therefore no adjustments to the electronics are necessary.

Here is an extract written by Dan Merrick, who has come up with one of the formulations of what is dubbed the "super fuel". This "fuel" is an ammonia electrolyte which makes Merrick's gas or (HHHN):

"hhhn  is not only more powerful but it is also a volume increase the hydrogen separates from the dipole nitrogen and any hydrogen that is free floating attach to nitrogen leaving the o2s to see just what we want it to. To understand it fully you must think outside the box . What is the true purpose of hhhn or hho it is not to run the car it is to change the fuel to burn quicker cleaner and yes cooler. Take a true hydrocarbon and hit it with a oh radical and it will shatter meaning youve made twice the fuel .The more of the big chains of true hydrocarbons the easier it is to shatter the carbons but we must also have enough hyd to fill back the carbons ends. This is where the ammonia comes into the picture. Always remember we want the good hyd meaning spinning the same way . The hyd will try to pare up quickly but the odd ball hyd will hook up to the oxyg making us a true radical which is what we need to crack the fuel.The only ways to crack fuel are pressure, heat , vacum, tension changing and hydrogen oxygen radicals with a catalyst. This is what we are doing and when we thermal catalyst crack with all the above youve built a refinery on wheels .Remember the engine does not need a fuel ratio of 14.7 to 1 as old timers were taught gas is different in a liquid form. Think ac vacum is liquid and pressure is gas Ive ran a 350 chev engine upto 150 to 1 so think outside the box. to lean can be done but when you understand the mixtures of true hydrocarbons you will succed. I will be coming out with a fuel reformer soon and it will amaze everyone . And for the ones asking about the ammonia it is not in the bubbler its in the cell it takes elec to break the bonds so we can recombine to hydrocarbons. For the ones that dont believe I want you to think a couple minutes and let this set in crude oil is thick how do you think we get gasoline or dsl out of it/? The answer is simple we crack it with hyd steam and a catalyst. Now if we can do this then what makes you think that we cant take gasoline or dsl and make even lighter fuel? They meaning the oil co have done the hard part so we start with that cleaner fuel now about what there putting into our fuel this can be beat but we must burn and controll the fuel in small quantaties to eleminate the coking build up they want us to have. Who do you think makes the fuel cleaners oil co and dont forget it comes from crude also . They have a win win bit not for long."

Those who sell this electrolyte state that you have to space the plates 1/8" or 3mm apart to slow down the rate of corrosion. They also state that it works best in dry cells with 316ss or better. However, the answers to my questions and from what I have investigated so far I get the idea that this electrolyte may perhaps not be as corrosive as Potassium Hydroxide (KOH). I stand corrected.

And what does this electrolyte consist of?

Here is one garbled version "10 per ammonia 1500mlg i buprofin not generaic crusshed to a fine powder dissolved fully in the ammonia hydroxide the 1 third of a gal white vinegar this will help neutralize the ammonia alittle the rest distilled water toushould have a total of 2 gal liquid when done".

Another better explanation "1/3 ammonia 10%, 1/3 distilled water, 1/3 white vinegar, 1500 m/g Ibuprofen".

The ammonia that is used is ammonia hydroxide. When I queried the brufen (or ibuprofen or nurofen) it seems that this anti-inflammatory is indeed part of the mix!

It is stated that this electrolyte results in more gas at lower amps. I am keen to try this in my dry cell and especially to see if the MAP sensor in fact does not read any of the gas coming from the electrolyser.

I must build another reservoir first as the end-cap on the bottom continues to leak. A new end-cap costs in the region of R54/R57. 

I thought I'd include a write-up from the http://moregowithhho.com/ website which besides the normal blurb also gives a bit of insight into how the new electrolyte works:

"Our new "Super Fuel" electrolyte produces a super gas which is, at a molecular 
level, undetectable by automotive computer.  It is actually a new type of fuel. 
When it’s electrolytic gasses are burned with another combustible fuel it is not 
like regular H2o to HHO gas. The “Super Fuel” produced gas is like HHHO with 
some of the “O” bonding to nitrogen molecules. It appears like HHHN, keeping it 
from detection by the computer’s sensors. Just as a petroleum refinery plant uses 
pressure steam and hydrogen to "CRACK" oil, "Super Fuel" electrolyte produces 
HHHN, (Merrick's gas), which has the same effect on the petroleum in your engine 
due to the extra “H” factor. The lack of extra oxygen results in the elimination of 
the need for EFIE’S, chips, or other computer control devices.
The  product freezes below the freezing point of HHO and  If that were not enough, 
the amperage draw on cells is reduced  with virtually no reduction in gas 
production. "

Can't wait to try it!

15 March 2012

I wasn't happy about the low production and I am still looking for a source of Boric Acid to up the amperage.

In the mean time I thought I'd play with the formula and so I reduced the quantity of distilled water by 600ml and I increased the Ammonium Hydroxide by 300ml and the white vinegar also by 300ml, which keeps the total volume of electrolyte at 1,5l.

The cell now pulls about 2,3A and gas output is 100ml per minute.

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