Shdwnova81: Did you ever try running this with diesel or kerosene? I also wonder if
this could be scaled up to heat water with a heat exchanger?
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
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.
Wiggy McCrackin: What kind of wattage would you recommend in when buying a ultrasonic
Wiggy McCrackin: What kind of transducer is that and where did you get it
RADIO ROGER: GREAT WORK BUD
whyme2b: It was acrylic... I suggest not using it thou because the gas will cause it
to crack in just a little bit of time. Please watch my other video on
"torch update" for a way safer and better housing being used. Thanks for
whyme2b: It last for a good while actually, i know if you use one.... your engine
would run pretty smooth. Just be careful and use flashback protectors.
Thanks for watching.
whyme2b: Cool site man...thanks !
Mark Ream: Do you think this method of burning gas could maybe become as cost
effective as natural gas?
Mensch und Natur: What is in the glas jar? Only water?
zcsaba77: did u tried it? I mean alcohol. how u set right gas/air ratio on ur car?
Ken howell: Holly (You know what) This is Awsome! Im keeping my ears,and eyes opened
for some instructions!! Good job! Ken
whyme2b: I never did that test my friend... I'm assuming maybe should last around 20
minutes or so due to the air blowing across the gas which soon will cause
it to freeze and stop making fumes. Different story thou if you can keep
the gas heated. Thanks for watching.
Tesla Fan: Well, when I ad Octane booster to my gas tank, before a long trip, I notice
greater horse power and better fuel economy. So, it might ad some life to
the vapors too.
rigo cantu: Man that is cool I had the same Idea but u bet me lol good job..I tell how
min go's I no videos yet on YouTube but I am son I hope u see them I have
rely good ideas but don't have to dow thing I work to mush and away from
home. Its hard to get supplys in a new place. All the time.
whyme2b: On my truck I used my water coolant to heat the gas to around 180 to 200 F
degrees. It worked very well in keeping it from freezing. If it's a home
project, I would use a induction cook top for the safest way of heating the
gas with a pressure cooker. Don't forget about the flash back protector
thou. Should make a awesome torch! Be careful and safe my friend.
orion411: If you have that piped into an engine then you don't need the fan, because
vacuum from the engine will suck it in. Just need a way to control air/fuel
Norris Brock: Can you tell me by what temperature the gas should be heated to??
cassanoa: the pleasure is all mine - maybe one day i will make a video of some of my
whyme2b: Thanks ! please watch my new updated gas vaporizer torch video...much safer
than this version...I would recommend it to all who plans on making one
because of the safer housing. Thanks for watching.
Life is illusion: Hey mate, I'm planning to install and copper pipe on my exhaust pipe and
inject small amounts of water into it so water turns into vapor, so I can
send that vapor into the air intake of the car. Problem is I need to add
some glycerin with the water, so it vaporizes when it comes into contact
with hot copper pipe. Do you think glycerin is going to cause problems in
the engine? Its going to be 5% glycerin mixed with 95% water. I thought you
are the right person to ask from :)
Orville Hill: Greetings Mr Whyme2be. How is it that you modify the transducer to use
gasoline? Also, where did you (or where can I) get the converter like you
use for the mattress pump? Keep up the good work!!!
zcsaba77: can u send me which type was? please
Mark Ream: Hi, I am really excited about your gas vaporizer. I'd like to make one for
my science class. Would you share the equipment list, especially where you
got the transducer work? Thanks and keep up the great work!
whyme2b: @serluconcha It's 24 volts DC. It all came with the package. Thanks for
zacht902: very cool.. props my friend.. mother earth thanks you
Mike Schmidt: I found an ultrasonic driver circuit that operates on 12v DC !!! Go to this
site siliconchip.au/cms/A_112072?article.html It uses a PIC micro chip to
produce the frequency, you can also use Arduino programming on an ATtiny 13
chip programmed to 40Khz to drive the 2 power MOSFETs that are in a
whyme2b: Your welcome sir... best regards !
paulson lazarus: excellent buddy, seen nothing like this before
whyme2b: Yes, in the beginning when I started making these videos it was for him to
see... He's a experimenter like me and we have allot of fun together in
creating this kind of stuff ... Thanks for watching.
paulson lazarus: will u post details of the test and what was the milage with the vapour
system,and plus how the fitting are rgds paul
Tesla Fan: Great design for vapors! Can you run that transducer with a 12 volt car
battery? How does that work?
whyme2b: Yes sir, It produced no smoke at all....just made a little fountain inside
the jar. My truck fuel / air mixture is controlled by my vacuum...for some
reason it just blends just right and all my other sensors advance the
engine to flow with it.
darkvader47: What type of Flashback protector do you use and transducer?
cassanoa: i think its excellent - i want to know more - keep up the good work
tryin2lhard: Nice clean work man, thanks so much for your generosity in sharing your
Eli Abron: Great system
whyme2b: Sorry to hear that man... was the disk washer thightened down all the way?
once you get water in the circuit board it's fried. I just bought mine on
ebay for $28.00 with power supply which was a well made unit and I've never
had any problems with it. Best regards...
starparsons: Hello again, I have read through all your video's comments and I still have
questions. You mentioned to me that you made a 2 part system with your
truck. Have you tested using the transducer, or multiple transducers to
create more vapor and hence be able to run your truck not just at idol? The
ideal thing it seems to me would be to vaporize the gas in the tank and
then collect the vapor which would allow the engine to run while driving.
Is there any material that will protect the circuit board?
whyme2b: No, but I tried some acetone... I didn't see any change in the flame. Maybe
better with Octane booster?
whyme2b: I don't recommend using this one because the glass is very thin and not
really good on holding gas....it will eventually start to crack from the
gas being in it. That's why I used Iron pipe on my updated torch...much
safer ! Thanks for watching.
whyme2b: Hello...I cut off the water sensor and bypassed it to work contentiously.
So if you run it dry, it could damage the disk, circuit and overheat so be
careful. The converter is a varac transformer which I purchased at FRY'S.
But really, the best and cheapest place that I've found is this
site...w...a1parts.com/variable/index.htm.... Unbelievable price that you
will not find anywhere! Thanks for watching.
whyme2b: I ordered my on ebay...it's called a ultrasonic transducer ( fogger unit ).
Thanks for watching.
zcsaba77: hi, my vaporizer broken down, probably goes water inside where is
electronic, try dry it, but not run again, can u offer my which one best?
whyme2b: Yes sir, correct... check out my other video on "torch update" to get a
better idea of how to do it in a safe way. Thanks for watching.
whyme2b: Yes sir, it was gasoline 87 octane... Thanks for watching.
whyme2b: It's best to get it without the sensor built on it and find a company who
would do that for you. You can find some videos on how to do it on youtube.
Another way you can do it is just pour some water and fill it up to the top
of the sensor and then pour some gas on top of it...I think it works pretty
good and might be the best way to do it. Thanks for watching.
whyme2b: Yes, I believe it could.... just need to find the right way in doing it.