Stan Steve Meyer HHO Control Box V3 - NO CELL INCLUDED

Stan Steve Meyer HHO Control Box V3 - NO CELL INCLUDED
Stan Steve Meyer HHO Control Box V3 - NO CELL INCLUDED Stan Steve Meyer HHO Control Box V3 - NO CELL INCLUDED Stan Steve Meyer HHO Control Box V3 - NO CELL INCLUDED
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Price: $750.00


This is Our Latest Professional replication from Stan and Steve Meyer's Patents (V3).

*** This is for a Stan Meyer HHO Control Box, No Cell Included ***


New and Improved Design.

This is much more efficient that Stan's 8xa 
demo box for the patent office!

All that is required is a power source of DC 12V and a water cell.

Can be used in a vehicle to save on fuel.

There is no resonance with this setup, but it produces lots of HHO!


Improves on Stan's original Electrical Polarization Process Box:

Condensed into a compact unit with digital technology:




Typical Connection Diagram:

Reasons To Use Stan's Electrical Polarization Process Box V3 on your Vehicle:


  • No Electrolytes Needed That Eat Engine Parts - Just Use Plain Tap Water
  • No Baking Soda, NaOH or KoH That Gum Up Your Fuel Cell
  • Current Draw is MUCH Less Than Prior Technology (Electrolysis)
  • Metal Excitors (Cell Tubes / Plates) Do Not Disintegrate In The Water
  • Cleans Internal Carbon Deposits in Your Engine
  • Reduce Dependence on Gasoline NOW
  • Increase Mileage and Power



 Frequently Asked Questions



Does This Produce HHO Gas?

A. Yes, the amount of gas produced depends on how high the amplitude control is set, and the distance between the cell plates

Q. What kind of fuel cell can be used with it?

A. It will work with plate as well as tube cells. If you read Stan's patents, you will see he mentions that tube cells are more efficient, but either type of cell will work

Q. What kind of water do I use?

A. No electrolytes or additives are required! Just add tap water, rain water or well water! Distilled water will work if the circuit is operated at the highest voltages, but it does not produce as much gas as the tap water it was designed to work with



Q. Will this let me run my car on 100% water?

A. No, it will not run it completely on water, but will allow you to use less gasoline than you would without it. The ultimate goal is to REPLACE gasoline, but we must work one step at a time. Using less gasoline is a first step while we further develop Stan's work.


Q. Did Stan use an EFIE in his designs?

A. No, Stan had no need for using an EFIE, as he ran pure HHO gas and adjusted the burn rate of hydrogen to co-equal that of fossil fuel. In short, he slowed the burn rate down so the HHO gas burned just like gasoline. To date, no one has solved all of Stan's designs, so we are offering a hybrid design, something that will help people save on gasoline Now - while we are solving Stan's advanced, final designs. Stan did not use an EFIE in his final designs, but we need to start somewhere, and saving some on gasoline is a lot better than saving none! An EFIE is sold separately and connects to your vehicle, adjusting your ECU to account for the added HHO gas.


Q. Why is the Stan Meyer Electrical Polarization Process Box so expensive?

A. The main reason for the price difference is because the parts have to be located, the unit is soldered, assembled, wired and tested by hand. We have to cover the time required to do all of this, and it takes a lot of time to do this right. 



Q. What is the difference between this and the other cells I see all around the internet?

A. Stan's setup is completely different that the prior art in many ways. Here are just a few:


  Traditional Electrolysis Stan's Technology

Current Draw
15+ Amps Per cell, Depending on Amount of Electrolyte >2 Amps Per Entire Fuel Cell, Much Less When Constructed Properly

Requires Electrolytes Be Added To Water
Yes - Must add KoH, NaOH, Baking soda, or other caustic chemicals. Some chemicals can eat aluminum engine parts and create toxic gases No Additives required. Simply add tap water rain water or well water. No toxic gunk produced that must be disposed of

Lifetime of Fuel Cell's Metal Parts
Depends on temperature and current of cell. Metal parts eventually dissolve into liquid, creating a toxic slurry that requires special disposal. Dissolved elements include Chromium and others Depends on type of water used. Metal parts never dissolve into water, maintaining a clean liquid in the cell. If only natural water is used, Stan's tests show lifetime of cell parts is close to 10,000 Years
Requires a special coating or conditioning process
No No

Current / Voltage
Splits water using high current and low voltage Splits water using low current and high voltage

Temperature of Cell During Operation
Runs HOT, as current is high Runs cool ot the touch, as voltage potential does the work



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