I admit not reading the whole patent but..
Am I right in thinking they aren't collecting the hydrogen? Looks like they immediately burn it again?
So how do they know all of water injected was converted to hydrogen and oxygen? Could some just be turned into water vapour?
Is this ruled out somewhere I missed?
The patent says that water is converted into water vapour before it is even injected into the plasma through the electrode channel:
"A water supply is connected to a water vaporizer (12) which injects water vapor through line (15) to the second flow path (11) contained in the collar body surrounding cathode electrode (3). The second flow path (11) directs the water vapor directly into the plasma reaction zone (5)."
The hydrogen that is formed and that is not converted to hydrino, is either burned or is collected and used later for fuel:
"The hydrogen may be used to produce power, or it may be collected and stored for use as a fuel"
From the website at http://www.enapcoenergy.com/ionizedgasreactor.htm
it says the exhaust is 'simply' moist air:
"its exhaust is non-polluting since it is simply moist air"
But the patent says there would be hydrino in there, hmmm.
Anyway, when I checked the website some days ago I was disappointed there wasn't any novel
information beyond the 2008 patent. However there is a small pic of the plasma. What may be the electrodes look
large and bowl shaped. If so it seems they are diverging from their patent design and perhaps taking a lead from David Lapointe's setup (as seen on Gootube).