Okay I had a few nice drives on the riding mower. Already introduced 10 persons to driving on charcoal . I am surprised about the lifespan of the fuel. I have taken the nozzle out for a quick look (15mm ss).
All seems okay!
Still, I am wondering about making hydrogen gas. I already tried a few times to spray demineralised water against the reactor so the nozzle would suck in the steam (as Koen is demonstrating in one of his clips). I was doing full throttle to get lots of heat in the reaction zone but I could not confirm that hydrogen was made.
What are your recomendations to confirm water-gas shift reaction?
I do have a DHT22 sensor in the filter box. It is made to read air humidity and temperature but can only update every 2 seconds.
I also do have a suspicion on the leakiness of my pvc connections, maybe I’m not pulling hard enough on the nozzle to create the temperature (I can almost close the air intake valve when driving). Enough gas is made to drive the mower… so maybe that isn’t the problem.