Wednesday, September 23, 2009
“Cold” HHO benefits are phenomenal!
HHO is a mix of gaseous oxygen and hydrogen.
Welcome To the New Generation HHO Dry Cell Generator...
The time has come to say goodbye to the Mason Jars, PVC pipes, and other Containers designed to hold your plates in and submerge Hydrogen Generator. Those things are old news, history, kaput.
While they did have their time and place, they have become virtually obsolete. Plagued with problems like overheating, current leakage and a host of other dangerous factors. The submerge type Hydrogen Generator has seen its day.
HHO "DRY" CELL. Though not technically dry, the fact that liquid does not cross the plate edge boundaries has caused the phrase to be named as such. It’s a Dry Cell, meaning it’s not immersed in the catalyst, has a smaller size, and seems to have eliminated the edge voltage leaking typical with plate cells. It is technically known as an isolated series cell design. This design eliminates current leakage by isolating each plate pair from the next. The result is a cooler, more efficient running generator. The voltage between each plate is easily controlled and is uniform across the entire cell stack. This isn't as complex as it sounds, but it’s the future for HHO generation.
Why use a Reservoir, Bubbler/Mix Tank?
There are many reasons you should use an external tank. Safety is the utmost concern when adding a Hydrogen unit to your vehicle. By using an external Reservoir, Bubbler/Mix Tank if there ever was a backfire or flashback into your unit it would flash into the tank and not your precious Hydrogen convector/generator. The Reservoir, Bubbler/Mix Tank also acts as a dryer/cleaner that can help remove the catalyst chemicals from your Hydrogen gas, keeping them from reaching your engine. The Reservoir, Bubbler/Mix Tank allows a longer time between maintenance and service. You can’t go wrong by adding a Reservoir, Bubbler/Mix Tank to your system!
Some of the simple wire or coil HHO units of past and today could be made much safer; with a reservoir/bubbler a few add-ons and magnetic field alignment for increased production meaning all the current flows through the cell in only one direction. You would have a cooler and better Dry-like hydrogen hybrid generator.
We began with glass jar electrolyzers, and while easy to replicate, we quickly realized the insignificant Hydrogen production. We then moved on to upgraded "wet cell" configurations, and found that overheating was their downfall, along with the consequent process of inducting water into the engine. (The hotter a cell runs, the more water vapor it produces). After testing seemingly endless configurations of these models, we moved into the world of "dry cells." These boast much greater output; require far less current, and all at a much lower operating temperature. Through extensive research and testing we refined the dry cell system, and developed an ironclad design. Our current Hydrogen dry cell fuel system has undergone in excess of 30,000 miles of testing - and passed with flying colors!
Most devices for sale on the Internet will not stand up to the rigors of the engine compartment. There are many "science project" level devices thrown together with mason jars, PVC pipe or glass cereal canisters. These are fine if you want a science project. But for your car or truck, you need a device that is built to last.