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Installing an Eagle Research electrolyser

Started this discussion. Last reply by Brian Whelan Jul 26, 2012. 3 Replies

Hi to all members, I am a HHO enthusaist and last year installed an Eagle Research Hyzor device on my 14 year old van 1.9 litre diesel. The unit required a lot o work to install but I eventually got…Continue

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Have installed an Eagle Research electrolyser on my van but still not working propery, I need to double the voltage running through the electrolyser (hyzor0, something about taking voltage off the alternator and using this to supplement the existing voltage which is 13.

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At 9:56am on April 26, 2012, gabet123 said…

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At 12:11pm on March 4, 2012, Howard Phillips said…

Hi Brian --  I think magnetic mixing might be promising, but I have not evaluated it.  What I KNOW works is using a kitchen blender, which is probably more mixing than is really needed.  One advantage of the kitchen blender is that it BURNISHES the aluminum and tends to remove the aluminum hydroxide film mechanically and very effectively.  Also, if aluminum shavings are used, the shavings tend to get chopped up, providing a higher surface-to-volume ratio.  This happens as the aluminum is consumed (volume decreasing with time) and the chopping of the aluminum shavings tends to keep the aluminum surface area more constant -- thereby sustaining the hydrogen production at a more constant rate.  More info on this is online, on page 22 of www.PhillipsCompany.4T.com/ccs.pdf

 

One important point:  If you use anything other than aluminum powder (such as granules, shavings, etc.) you will probably find that having a sufficiently large aluminum area will require more volume of aluminum.  Calculations about this are online at

www.PhillipsCompany.4T.com/apa.pdf

If you need me, I am more-frequently accessable at hp@valliant.net

 

Kind regards,

Howard

 

 
 
 

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