Hydrogen Generators for Cars and Trucks. Boats with in board motors. Following the Gen Wednesday september 8th I drove km to our beach house and car used km in fuel according to trip meter - that was averaging 5.
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This should be the most expensive part. Thanks for posting that diagram up there. Anyway, as for HFE and HHO what needs to be understood is that you are producing HHO gas that is being injected into your current fuel supply which in turn enhances your combustion. This is why you need the EFIE to control your oxygen sensors. Collectively the entire system is dubbed HFE.
I hope this helps to clarify a few things. When you use a catalyst in your production chamber you will produce H2 and O2. When burned, H2-O2 will produce water vapor, but it also produces O3 which is not so good for you or the environment. The product of using distilled water is HHO as in elemental gas.
If you split one water molecule you get 2 Hydrogen atoms and one Oxygen atom as free atoms, no further bonding. There is a huge difference because you are producing nothing more than water vapor when burned. Another detail to mention is no Sodium Hydroxide, no ferris particulate in your water and equally as important, no material loss to your electrodes.
Where do you think all that ferris particulate is coming from? All the nasty chemicals aside, I understand people worry more about their wallets than the environment. This is just human nature. By using an electrolyte in your water you will notice that after 20 to 30 hours of operation that your electrodes are getting smoother on the surface. For this reason alone you may want to seriously consider using no electrolyte. Already looking for someplace to cut me some more plates for a new dry cell, a little larger, and minor changes in design, for a 3x3x3 cell with 41 plates.
I think you should wait for some positive feedback before everyone spends a lot of time and money on this.
They are generally used with DC electric motors to control speed but can also be used with HHO generator to control current and therefore heat. It is used to clean drains when dissolved in water. It is NOT a toxic gas. I dont know what exactly happening please suggest me with details. Caustic soda turns into NaOH and can make some nasty heat when combined with aluminum, which most engines now days have plenty of, releasing H2, and degrading the aluminum. As far as PWM, see my glossary , your right, but if you vary the frequency too isnt that pulse width modulation?
I also tried the pwm today, all different cells with Neutral plates produce nothing, or so little its not effective. And just to be arbitary I used good old hometown tap water, and in 30 mins operation saw no scum or discoloration, yet. The max that this configuration drew is 6a, although it still draws 9a surge for about 10 sec. One note on the bridge, I got a 25a one from radio shack, at 24amp it heats up fast, and too hot to touch, and made me wonder if the plastic box it was going into could handle the heat, so I added a heat sink to it from an old power supply.
Dont forget to add a cooling fan to the box, Radio shack has 12v cooling fans for 9. The largest hole, the fan, isnt sucking a mud puddle into th electronics. LoL And of course after reading the supplied literature and looking online, nothing said other than to bolt it down to an aluminum plate. I am just starting to experiment with these systems, and I am really interested in this!!
I have built a small generator and after say 15 — 20 mins of operation the unit plugs up with gunk and stops producing HHO. I have seen your post on Dry Cells and I am really interested in this instead of a wet cell. Can you point me to a diagram of the construction? I thought I mentioned the heat sink, but at least you figured it out.
For testing purposes, I use all metal electrical J-boxes to mount in, all my electronics on stand-offs and use 4 square metal boxes for heat sinks. In regards to cooling the electronics, you can buy old power supply fans at most flea markets for next to nothing. In fact, you can buy a lot of useful junk for your projects at the flea market. Another thing I do is rape old computers for fans, power supply parts and so on. These types of things I never pay for, or pay very little.
Dave, you have one, read the paperwork. It seems that this blog and others around the net have dried up. But I do know I have a bone to pick with him about the way he says to put the pwm and parts together. After following his directions, the pwm did work, for a short time. I rebuilt it once already, and its bridge is blown again. And not once did it go over 25 amps the second time, until after I hooked it up without it, and then I pushed it to 45a without a problem.
Hopefully, from few members that are working on a PWM for us, we will have some duplicate able results for everyone shortly.
And a new type of cell that can be replicated very cheaply. These members are working together, and have agreed to release the info here as it becomes available, and has been duplicated sucessfully. First sorry my english.
If you have good pulsed step up modulation, you can produce HHO gas more faster. Na is heavy metal than water. Na leaves in HHO generator. You can use NaOH. It is better than NaCO3. Can produce more gas faster. We use NaOH for car battery. NaOH require little for generator.
I tested it Having worked in the power industry; am familiar with the operation and design of PWM and power outputs… Working on a line of HHO projects but will help you as needs be! Kerminator, could you call me please, want to talk about the PWM and the load issues you mention. So you may want to be selective with which Cap you borrow from an old piece of electronic equipment! The shelf life on most Electrolytic Caps is from 6 to 10 years, depending upon the operating temp, and the duty cycle of the circuit in which it is used!
Yes, you can scrounge used parts, some items like resistors, fuses, and many semiconductors will work well; as long as they have not been over heated!
Electrolytic mainly DC age out in about five years, so it may be wise to purchase new… What schematic are you using for the PWM? Plz if u attach a link of full schematic diagram of whole hho generator i will be very glad ….. Cars are passion and updated information about it helps the user and admirers. This blog is appropriate for this purpose. Can some one support me with the PWM components and diagram..
I need one that produce huge amount of HHO … I bought one from Amazon but not convinced with the result.. I will appreciate if some one helped me building this circuit my self.. I am from Egypt.. You are commenting using your WordPress. You are commenting using your Google account. You are commenting using your Twitter account. You are commenting using your Facebook account.
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How to Assemble a HHO Generator and Why It Works
This is why it is often referred to as an HHO gas generator. The HHO in itself is not an alternative to gasoline but a additive to boost the efficiency of the engine. Gasoline engines are unfortunately not burning gasoline to its full potential. That leaves a lot of room for improvement and Brown gas is one good way of improving the efficiency. The reason for this is simple, the hydrogen is highly flammable much more so than gasoline so when your engine ignites the hydrogen the explosion ignites the gasoline with much better results cleaner, less waste and fewer emissions than it would otherwise have done. Some basics the burn speed of hydrogen is 0. It is also preferable to ignite all of the gasoline when it is under maximum compression in combustion cylinder to get the maximum amount of energy out of it this is a small time window ,whonce the piston starts going down the energy transfer from the explosion to the engine becomes less efficient.
Hydrogen PWM and EFIE Circuit Help
This should be the most expensive part. Thanks for posting that diagram up there. Anyway, as for HFE and HHO what needs to be understood is that you are producing HHO gas that is being injected into your current fuel supply which in turn enhances your combustion. This is why you need the EFIE to control your oxygen sensors.
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