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kcarring
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Posted - February 19 2014 :  16:51:04  Show Profile Send kcarring a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Have you guys checked this out? what do you think?




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shakamuni01
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Posted - February 19 2014 :  20:07:17  Show Profile Send shakamuni01 a Private Message  Reply with Quote
How is it staying glowing without exploding?
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kcarring
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Posted - February 19 2014 :  22:52:39  Show Profile Send kcarring a Private Message  Reply with Quote
That's a good question. I haven't fired up my HHO generator to experiment, yet, but after having watched several vids from:

jdcproducts
delvis11
hydrofuelincanada

It seems that distance, flow volume, and additiona/ambient air all play a factor. In many instances the flashbacks do (or did) occur, and it seems they were initally having quite a lot of trouble with that, but not as much, now.

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shakamuni01
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Posted - February 23 2014 :  19:27:16  Show Profile Send shakamuni01 a Private Message  Reply with Quote
I have a quick question about the an HHO cell. Do the elements which are conductive have to be completely under water. That is to say I made a cell out of some steel cover plates to inject into my carby but I can only fit a relatively small jar under the hood such that some of the cover plates which will be electrified will be above the water level. Is there arcing across the surface of the water where there is air. If it arc under water ofcourse it is not a big deal. I thought I would ask rather than find out the hard way:-).
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sucahyo
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Posted - February 23 2014 :  21:57:11  Show Profile  Visit sucahyo's Homepage Send sucahyo a Private Message  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by shakamuni01

I have a quick question about the an HHO cell. Do the elements which are conductive have to be completely under water. That is to say I made a cell out of some steel cover plates to inject into my carby but I can only fit a relatively small jar under the hood such that some of the cover plates which will be electrified will be above the water level. Is there arcing across the surface of the water where there is air. If it arc under water ofcourse it is not a big deal. I thought I would ask rather than find out the hard way:-).

What kind of system is that?

From what I know, efficient cell should have voltage between cell of 2V. Not enough to make arc.

Look for split cell or dry cell. Or go for tubular design like waterfuelforall.com

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shakamuni01
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Posted - February 24 2014 :  12:12:44  Show Profile Send shakamuni01 a Private Message  Reply with Quote
It will run at about 13 volts off the car alternator. It is just three plates with one hot in the middle and two neutrals on the side in a jar of water so I guess that is a wet cell.
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sucahyo
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Posted - February 24 2014 :  21:28:29  Show Profile  Visit sucahyo's Homepage Send sucahyo a Private Message  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by shakamuni01

It will run at about 13 volts off the car alternator. It is just three plates with one hot in the middle and two neutrals on the side in a jar of water so I guess that is a wet cell.

I hope you won't use that kind of implementation to your car.
1. that method will heat up the water enough to boil it, and possibly melt the plastic. the heat can melt the spacer and short the cell. Shorting can cause spark. Shorting can cause fire in your wiring. Make sure to use fuse.
2. That is very inefficient. You won't get a lot of gas, many leaking current because the cell are not properly insulated to one another. You are forcing too many current for each plate surface. If you force it with a lot of electrolyte, the electrolyte dust / fume can enter your engine and damage it. There are a lot of people damage their engine because of wrong use of electrolyte. Their engine air flow become brown. I guess that is why some people call HHO as brown engine lol.
3. Don't use glass. If the glass shatter in the road, then the shard can cause inconvenience or disaster to the other people using the road. Unless you have some method to make the glass safely shattered in case of explosion.

Explosion of HHO system is not a rarity. So, make sure that you are prepared. Implosion can only happen if the ratio of H and O is exactly 2:1, but that is not always happen.

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