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 on...works 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.
Begbucks: So the fogger is an attempt to "Turbo Charge" the vapor rather than relying on a vacuum bubbler alone..correct?
Would be nice if you ran thru a "Kill-a-Watt" power meter to determine the energy loss which I would doubt is more than a couple hundred watts required to propel this.
Begbucks: If he did he'd have a world view molded as elitist contributors to Caltech or MIT would see fit. You study at a university, listen & follow curriculum with an anticipation of a degree to function by nwo standards Thats all you derive at institutions as noted.
Likewise I never finished 2nd grade being homeschooled afterwards so I know these designs work. Since I rebelled at 14 becoming essentially a dropout, I can reason abstractly & test a thesis that is considered flawed by the mainstream.
whyme2b: No sir, I wanted to go to MIT, but it just end up not happening... Thanks for watching.
Seattle Solar Supply: All of your technology is amazing. Did you go to MIT or Caltech?
Carlos Sanz: ¿Which brand and model is the ultrasonic transducer? the ones that I found in internet are for water and toy quality. Helpful if you can say where to buy. Tks!
rigo cantu: freaking phone
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: 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.
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!!!
whyme2b: It's the stainless steel screen, and the transducer is just a one disk water flogger unit that has been modified to work in gasoline. Thanks for watching.
darkvader47: What type of Flashback protector do you use and transducer?
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.
Norris Brock: Can you tell me by what temperature the gas should be heated to??
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.
Norris Brock: Hello, just blowing the air, how long can that fire go before you have to turn the transducer on ??
whyme2b: No sir, it's more efficient than liquid fuel... burning all of the molecules as their made. Thanks for watching.
operantid1: is that more efficient like liqid fuel?
whyme2b: Home depot... called stainless steel screen mesh.
whyme2b: Everyone is entitled to there own opinion to speak there mind.... Thanks for watching.
jcost2012: Wheres a good place to get that little flash back protector/ nozle
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: 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 watching.
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 vapor mix.
orion411: Is that glass or acrylic container?
whyme2b: Sorry my friend, my time right now to talk can't happen... very busy at work and to much stuff going on right now with family. You can email me and I can get back to you asap. Just add at gmail...c after whyme2b. Thanks.
Norris Brock: Please, is there a way that I can reach you on the phone?? I really got some questions and ideas.
whyme2b: Thanks buddy...be sure to watch my updated torch video as well, it's a way safer design! Thanks for watching.
whyme2b: Not sure, maybe..? The gas is allot thicker than normal. Thanks for watching.
R Gor: Great video, can you vapour diesel also?
Ken howell: Holly (You know what) This is Awsome! Im keeping my ears,and eyes opened for some instructions!! Good job!
whyme2b: Thanks for your comment, but either way of the concept used the fuel is still a solvent and when air is moved across it, freezing will take place.....So those strings will turn into ice sickles unless of course your air is heated to overcome that. I tried using a water filter, which is made of fiberglass that absorbed the gas very well. Then letting the air flow threw the center of it which will pick up the fumes as it is pulled in threw the vacuum. worked very well..good idea thou my friend!
onetwofive varma: Please tell me what you think about this: A PWM + an air pump with up to 2000 L/ min air flow + a gas container with 5mm thick strings going from top to the bottom. Strings will help more air get around the gas molecules which are crawling up the strings. The outcome of this container will be inserted into the air intake. When the speed of pump is changed, the amount of air flow will change, thus the amount of gas vapors entering the engine will change! Strings will prevent temperature drop.
whyme2b: It's 87 octane gasoline. Thanks for watching.
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.
bcohen333: how fast does the gasoline evaporate when you're using the ultrasonic transducer? I have my evaporator hooked up inline with the pcv vacuum line. should I add a transducer to it for better results?
Macgyver Siruma: what fuel is that kerosene or gasoline?
whyme2b: Sorry my friend, but I don't know what your talking about? Are you referring to the so called "global warming" because of vehicle exhaust? Thanks for watching.
whyme2b: Yes, all is well... Sorry about that, fixing video type o's. Will post again when my e-book and website is completed. Take care buddy.
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miguffx: whyme2b , you are okey , you've move both last videos .....saludos
whyme2b: Yes sir, I updated the tourch design to black iron gas pipe for safety reasons..... this design was ok but wanted something that's more safer encase it did some how flashback threw both protectors. My jar also cracked within time due to the gas...The plastic jar couldn't handel it because of the gas being a solvent. Please watch my updated tourch design to get the idea how I hooked it up. Thanks for watching.
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