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How Much HHO Or Hydroxy Does The Electrolyzer Produce?

Jul 24, 2008
How to save gas is the biggest topic today. And gas saving devices are seemingly in every corner of the world. Devices that convert water into fuel incorporate several techniques that help to improve fuel economy. The first and foremost is the Electrolyzer. How does it work, and just how much HHO or Hydroxy can the Electrolyzer produce?

To begin we need to understand how an optimized Electrolyzer works. This typically requires a working knowledge of several disciplines: Electronics, Electrical Engineering, Chemistry, Physics, And Mechanical Engineering. Electrolyzers make hydrogen by passing an electric current through water containing an electrolyte. The Electrolyzer has the potential to lower the cost of producing hydrogen energy through the water electrolysis process. For example, General Electric researchers have built and tested an Electrolyzer big enough to make a kilogram of hydrogen per hour. Within the next five to ten years, Electrolyzers could serve as the foundation for future hydrogen vehicle refueling stations. The key however, is an optimized Electrolyzer, which splits out the hydrogen in a way that doesn't require massive amounts of electrical current.

So then how much HHO can typical water for gas Electrolyzer's produce? It's low. Maybe 1.5 liters. I have discovered however, that it's not the huge amount of HHO, but a clever implementation of the system. The small Hydrogen atoms ram onto the gas particles making them smaller and thus more efficient in the combustion process. Of coarse HHO or Hydroxy itself very flammable and will also aid in improving your fuel economy. But the important thing to consider is the interaction of the HHO and the gasoline mist that is in the combustion chamber. It is like putting a needle to a balloon. It only takes a trigger, not a brutal force, to enhance the performance of gasoline.

Ozzy Freedom a fellow experimenter conducted some experiments and discovered the following: "In my car the one jar with 3 amps was enough to give me over 52 MPG average, which is 72% gain in fuel economy. The six-cell arrangement (6 jars) was taking only 6.6 amps, so it couldn't have been much more HHO than the one (maybe double), and it got me to over 61 MPG, or 107% gain. So I doubled the mileage with a tiny little bit of HHO". "The 6 cell isn't just low amps. It is also very low maintenance - I drove 4 months without touching it, and I could go 6 or more months if I had to".

In my next experiment I'm going to make a High Yield Electrolyzer. This will require rewinding the Electrolyzer tower so that the coils are double density or only about 1/4" or 6 mm apart. I am working with another electrolyte as well, Sodium Hydroxide. This aids in producing more HHO than Baking Soda and is safer for the wires in the Electrolyzer. I will also experiment with Sodium Citrate, which is as safe as baking soda (used in ice cream). My goal is to double or triple my mileage, while at the same time getting the complete Electrolyzer set to draw less than 20 amps.

So really then, any one can achieve good results with very-low-cost homemade items. You just have to do your due diligence and then build it.
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