Wednesday, September 23, 2009



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!

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