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TOPIC: Hello from a garage somewhere

#328 7 years 7 months ago
Hello from a garage somewhere

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Hi to you all,

I am one of those garage experimenters who wants to create an alternative heating device with cheap materials form scrap. I have already made a dry-cell which is able to split the two gasses oxygen and hydrogen. I have my focus on the LAHF, Lyne Atomic Hydrogen Furnace. William Lyne has the secret and is able to dissociate hydrogen and make huge amounts of heat. there is a problem, he don't want to give his secret away. We have to deal with that and find out how to replicate a device like that. I did not found useful information and/or replications so far. I stumbled on this website which is focused on the Celani device for what I see so far. The process you use is very similar to the LAHF so it seems. Lyne uses a ceramic dissociation chamber which is important. Using other metals in that chamber causes the hydrogen not to dissociate (so good).
Anyway I am searching for people who has some results with the dissociation of hydrogen onto copper. Should be nice for all of us to make a brand new source of energy to heat our homes etc.
kind regards,
Knovos
Last Edit: 7 years 7 months ago by knovos.
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