I installed a transverse reactor just after the turbo. The reactor dimensions are: Inside diameter 22mm, bar diameter 20mm and the length around 220mm.
The water spray is made with an atomizer aréographe of 0.6mm diameter. Boost pressure is available for atomization.
The water is about consomation 1 100 to the km.
To put the reactor under vacuum, there is a venturi on the air intake, before the turbo. A throttle valve is placed in the center of the venturi to have suction whatever the engine speed.
The throttle valve is controlled by the exhaust pressure in the turbo via a modified turbo relief valve. It is tared “upside down” with a spring (to make it more flexible).
The exhaust around the reactor painfully reaches 180 ° C, a little more uphill. The reactor is insulated with aluminum fiber.
The set works well, but there is not really any improvement in the consumption. Do you have an idea to make the assembly work?
Here are some photos of the "monster"
on my vito currently everything is disassembled 3.5m of hose (too long that), I have new hope! I noticed on the renault 25td (quanthomme) that they send on the hose in turbo pressure, they must have to prick upstream of the reactor also under pressure or to supply it with a steam pot?
I don't sleep! I take up my golf cabrio (pantone)
I measured the 200 ° collector on the dish, obviously we all agree, it is not hot enough. Could we have some reactor temperatures on diesels?
I will orient myself on a reactor mounted on a separate heater. A few months ago I got one at the scrapyard, I will take it as a model and for the parts.
I send you some photos to give ideas to everyone. (I ordered a multimeter for temperature measurements up to 1000 ° at Conrad 15 euro).