I just built a flat plate HHO Generator with 18 plates [+NNN-NNN+ +NNN-NNN+] It’s performing very well. It reaches steady state at 25A, produces 2 LPM and runs along at 135 degrees. I’m using baking soda at 1.5 teaspoons/gal. I view this as a two cell generator. Each cell consisting of +NNN-NNN+
It occurred to me that instead of using a pulsed wave, I could sequence the cells one after the other, flip flopping between the cells. I'm going to be building a three cell generator with 21 plates [+NN-NN+ +NN-NN+ +NN-NN+] and would like to try sequencing all three cells.
But I’d first like to know if the pulse wave really works. I've spent a lot of time searching YouTube for a test where volume temperature current and dielectric are all documented. Watching bubbles without measuring the volume does not satisfy me. Not knowing the temperature and the current leaves the results ambiguous.
Bob Campbell in Chico, CA
Does anyone have real test results proving that pulsed waves really increase efficiency or is it just hype?