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On February 27, "BJ" submitted the following three images and descriptions.

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A bit of my recent testing. Thought you may like to see the pictures. I'm making good progress, aside from family health problems, and will keep you posted on my progress.

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This cell is all 316L stainless tube. The outer anode container has a wooden base. All internal tubes have wooden insulators, made from Oregon. I can run this cell all day and night and the water stays clean. The cell holds a voltage potential that can be measured at 1.5 volts. This extruded stainless is highly non-magnetic and will hopefully run an engine during testing.

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This is a simple homemade cathode holder made from stainless pipe. A stainless bolt was first turned down to fit tightly within the tube, which was then sliced length ways and bent to form the cathode cup. The objective is to deliver the negative voltage to the outer edge of the center tube in the pipe cell.