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Published on Jul 7, 2011
I run the website http://OUPower.com where I have been doing many years of research into all kinds of electrolysis and hydroxy production. To date most of my research into hydroxy has been for use in vehicles. Lately however I went to a craft fair and saw someone making glass beads. I was fascinated at the simple beauty of the art. Of course my mind instantly resolved to do this with Hydroxy since I have had the components required for this for many years now.
What better fuel source to do this craft than water and electricity. No expensive fuel (gas) bottles or hassle. I am working on a better model tuned specifically for my wife to use in the shop for bead making. The unit she was using in this film was developed for use in a vehicle. Her new unit will use a series cell design so as to take proper advantage of the 120v coming out of the wall.
If there is interest by others in purchasing a hydroxy setup as a fuel source for this hobby I may start producing and selling them to the public. I have no idea what a glass bead maker pays on average for their fuel each month. It may not be worth the hassle? You'll have to help me out there as we're completely new to this hobby.
Anyway, I just wanted to share this with you because it was rather cool to see how easily the hydroxy melted that glass. Now I need to design her a proper workstation and get her some proper tools as well as safety glasses.