Jerry Wayne Decker wrote:
> Hi Bruce et al!
> Thanks for the additional information, I wlll post to
> the discussion list. I could not find LeeNotes since
> I am not at home on my computer, but relevant files
> --- Bruce McBurney wrote:
> Hi Jerry
> Here is a little information you might want to tack on
> to the pvc jar it may help I am placing the main
> section and this in my website in keeping with the
> sharing idea. I think every IC engine on the planet
> should have one of these.
> Bruce McBurney
> HIMAC Research Publishing
> This is to supplement the PVC device to help
> understand how and what it does. My research indicates
> the oils actually are being Thermal Catalytic Cracked
> The BB=92s copper coating is a catalyst I am just
> stating this so you may understand that there are
> other materials that can accelerate the breakdown and
> it may be a good idea to layer in other materials.
> Each different material will help to break down
> different molecules and so the more you break down the
> more mileage and pollution improvement is noticed.
> One in particular is silica gel, that little package
> that comes in medicines and electronic equipment is
> used to act as a drying agent.
> Apparently it dries by disassociating the molecules
> breaking them into hydrogen and oxygen I always
> thought it absorbed it.
> It is also used a great deal in the oil refining
> business as a catalyst.
> It is also what was in the little screen bag that was
> in the Condensator by Elmer Bush is one of the
> devices that inspired the PVC jar. I think this is
> what John meant when he said glass beads.
> There is information on the condensator and if you do
> not want to build it they are for sale somewhere
> around $70 -$100 although they are not at the address
> from in Califonia.
> There are other metals that are used Nickel is used in
> refining also, so you could just take ten five cent
> pieces and put them between two screens in you V8
> juice can.
> For silver you could use dimes. If you want gold and
> platinum are excellent catalysts if you had an old
> chain even just a plated one put it in between a layer
> of screens.
> It will up the cost but may help you save more money
> and think of it this way, it is safe place, a
> catalyst is not used up. It just will need a good
> cleaning and the burglar wont find it under your hood.
> Also the beads from a catalytic converter if they were
> cleaned well in a acid bath or roll them in fine sand
> paper for cleaning any catalyst poisoning agent of the
> coating on the ceramic beads.
> This you must understand that there are many different
> oils and fuels out there. They are all the same basic
> hydrocarbon but if a different configuration and also
> different additives to prevent the breakdown of the
> What we are doing is breaking the molecule down into a
> lighter more dynamic, having more explosive force fuel
> that burns clean so their additives defeat this
> You might find that the cheaper oils will work better
> and synthetics see little gain. I still recommend
> using a good oil additive that is a metal treatment
> like Duralube or Mt-10 oil additive and fuel treatment
> these are not anti catalyst agents or molecular boners
> or anti pyrolysis agents that the oil companies use to
> stop super carburetors.
> If you are not getting great gains possibly change oil
> and fuel brands the smaller independent refiners might
> be best, when you try different brands try the higher
> grades as well.
> The way an engine works, some of the fuel condenses
> and goes down the cylinder walls into the oil pan.
> This will thin your oil and will be the lighter vapor
> that will fume off into your jar first. It will get
> cracked into fuel that will take you down the road not
> just heat it up or foul up your engine.
> In assembling your unit you could use a regular jar
> size by eliminating the gear clamp and using mechanics
> wire or copper wire to hold the screen.
> Secure it together with your clamp and wrapped the
> wire tightly on each side of gear clamp and then
> remove gear clamp if it is loose you could just put a
> dab of epoxy glue in three spot around it to secure
> Not too good you might want to take it apart for
> cleaning or try other catalysts.
> John states to use hose in a coffee can to secure it,
> It would help that you ran hot water line going to
> your heater to heat the jar and contents Thermal
> Catalatic cracking is an endothermic reaction meaning
> it absorbs heat and will operate better heated.
> This will also keep the water flowing thru the jar and
> only the oil sludge condensing in the bottom the water
> as steam helps combustion power because it expands and
> creates more pressure than air when heated by the
> That is why you get better mileage on a rainy day.
> (See Water Vaporizer )
> Remember to keep track of fuel used and brands and
> mileage increase obtained. You will find the right
> combination for your engine and location.
> Please be sure to check our web site occasionally and
> see what we learn more we can help you find the better
> brands to get the best results. Please share what you
> learn and we will continue to do the same to help us
> all and our kids.
> Bruce McBurney
> HIMAC Research Publishing
> 6665 McLeod Road
> Niagara Falls Ont L2G 3G3
> 905 358-8541 fax 905 358-9439
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