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How can we convert Para-Hydrogen into the more effective Ortho-Hydrogen, before we inject it into the Engine ?

Started this discussion. Last reply by David Bixler May 14, 2012. 5 Replies

Would it help to heat the Hydroxy Gas with Exhaust Heat ( Heat-Exchanger) before feeding it into the Engine ?Continue

Feeding HHO Gas into the Petrol Engine at the Air-Cleaner or at the Intake-Manifold ? What is the better Way ?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Gabby Apr 27, 2012. 2 Replies

We experienced, that the Vacuum at the PCV Valve is too strong and Water from the Bubbler gets sucked into the Engine. How can this prevented ?Continue

How to prevent corrosion on the Positive Electrode Plates and the negative side of the Neutral Plates ?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Kyle Grindle Apr 12, 2012. 1 Reply

Corrosion is forming on the Electrolyte Flow-Ports in the Electrode Plates, which are fitted in staggered formation.The best solution could be ? Without reducing the HHO Output of the Generator.1.…Continue

How can we seperate Hydrogen and Oxygen in our Dry-Cells the easy Way ?

Started this discussion. Last reply by gabet123 Apr 20, 2012. 4 Replies

To By-pass all the problems with Computer Sensors. we could inject only Hydrogen into the Engine.But what is the best way for the Separation ?Seperate the Gas inside the Dry-Cell with special Gaskets…Continue

 

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How to solve corrosion Problems on the Positive Electrode and the negative side of the Neutral Plates ?

Posted on April 10, 2012 at 7:44pm 4 Comments

Corrosion forming at the Liquid Flow Ports in the Electrode Plates, which are fitted in staggered Formation.             

Should the Voltage between the Plates be reduced,     or can the Problem be solved by increasing the Plate thickness  ?

 Should we increase the Gap inbetween the Plates ? Have observed that HHO Production always increases, if the Gap is

 reduced to a minimum.

Or add more Neutrals ?

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At 12:49pm on April 20, 2012, gabet123 said…

Congrats! You have been awarded a free month of access for being in the top 5 most active members this month.

At 12:12pm on February 25, 2012, Stephen said…

Great job on your latest project!

At 5:03pm on February 20, 2012, Gene Richardson said…

Hi Peter,

I have been working on the HHO units for about 2 years now. I started building the wet cells with PVC pipe, then a couple units where I made my own case (not the greatest!) and then a couple different designs of dry cell. Next I built a couple of the splitter cell to produce Hydrogen. I now feel that the Hydrogen only units are the right approach.

We just bought a house in Americas, GA and I will not be able to work on my project for at least 2 months. But I plan to keep looking at this group. When I have some time again, I will share my results so far. I am building a shop at the new house and will really be glad when I can start back on the project.

Thanks for your welcome!!!

Gene

At 9:35am on January 4, 2012, gabet123 said…

Your interaction number 13

At 2:57am on December 12, 2011, ehnriko said…

Hello Hans,

Thanks for the friend invite. It's been a long while since I logged in here. It's nice to be back. Cheers!

ehnriko

At 11:28am on November 12, 2011, Unca RaF said…

Greetings,

   My name is Ralph Gugar from "North Coast Flow Testing Lab", and I'm also one of the founding members of the "International HHO Institute" (IHHOI). It has been brought to my attention through HHOINFO that you may have interest in having an HHO cell, flow tested. I'm sorry that someone from the IHHOI has not contacted previously, but there must be a glitch in the system from when someone requests info by clicking on the IHHOI link on HHOINFO.

   Please feel free to go directly to the IHHOI website at: "IHHOI.org" and you can learn exactly what the IHHOI is all about, from becoming a member, to HHO cell testing and how to place an order for a cell test, and to their vision of what they plan to accomplish:

  • To be the premier authority and open source of information for the
    discovery, development, and advancement of sustainable, renewable energy
    sources.
  • To promote HHO as a viable, sustainable, alternative energy.
  • To help reduce our dependence on foreign and domestic oil companies and our
    dependence on polluting, petroleum based-fossil fuels.
  • To provide standards for Quality, Safety, Installation, and Integrity
    solutions to meet the needs of its members.
  • Further, with the goal of becoming recognized as the “UL” for the HHO
    industry providing product registration and product performance certification.
At 10:14am on September 20, 2011, Richard Keough said…
The original pwm's were designed to chase the elusive frequency to make the bubbles pop up faster. Apparently that frequency continues to elude and confuse those who try.
At 10:37am on September 18, 2011, Richard Keough said…

Hello Hans: I look forward to what is happening way down there. Please continue to share.

 

 
 
 

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