Gas Vaporizer Torch Design.

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Lushana Blake: Good job man

Oussama: are you using a 220V AC variac to control the speed of your blower?

Oussama: dear sir, thanks for making this for us, i assembled everything and added some water with the gas to make the ultra work, however the blower have a high noise its 220v its not like yours could u tell me where to buy such yours or a way to reduce its noise? many thanks

Дмитрий Василюк: а можно подробно описать что вы использовали и характеристики оборудования

FREAKYLOSO18: What kinda of ultrasonic transducer are you using and where can I get it from

Alan Stevens: does the Vaporizer remove all the gas not just the easy stuff

Dudu: Hi friend, I'm from Brazil and I want to use this system in my car could pass on more information about the specifications of the piezoelectric and electrical connection required?

Jesse Hart: what is the purpose of this demonstration we all know already that gas vapors burn. and burnt gasoline fumes are poison
like carbon monoxide, in your family's kitchen???

NoFear4XJs: A blow out valve on the container would be a safe bet. Thanks for sharing great ideas... Why not just use the pump for a bubbler and run it off the fumes it would use less gas. I`m sure you already new that... Cheers

Wiggy McCrackin: What kind of wattage would you recommend in when buying a ultrasonic tranduser?

Wiggy McCrackin: What kind of transducer is that and where did you get it

Mike Schmidt: Excellent video showing the concept.  For another demo if you attach your fuel vapor hose to a "Bunsen burner" you would be able to adjust the air shutter of the Bunsen burner to get a better fuel to air ratio thus eliminating the "yellow flame" which is unburned gas.  Also the Bunsen burner has a screen mesh on top a "flame holder"  similar in function like the inverted strainer you're using in the video.

whyme2b: Thanks for watching.

whyme2b: Yes, but it needs to be heated for it to continue to make vapors..otherwise it will start to freeze because it is a solvent.

Mensch und Natur: Ah ok because of that "gas vaporizer". Gas stands for "Benzin". ok. So, the incar time for useless gas injection is over? Gas can suck in directly with air intake?

whyme2b: No sir, 87 octane gasoline. Thanks for watching.

Mensch und Natur: What is in the glas jar? Only water?

whyme2b: Yes, due to the particle size being 5micron, it makes a richer kind of mix as seen in the flame when turned very well. Actually the pump and transducer power ran together is next to nothing for power consumption, maybe around 40 to 50 watts at most. Thanks for watching.

Seattle Solar Supply: I can certainly understand and appreciate your logic. The question is: Can you build a Gas Vaporizer comparable to whyme2b's technology? If you can, then I would like to see your videos posted on YouTube. I want to purchase a vaporizer as soon as possible and will pay up to $500 to do so.

whyme2b: No sir, I wanted to go to MIT, but it just end up not happening... Thanks for watching.
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