How HHO dry cells work?

A dry cell type HHO generator, in which most of the electrodes are not immersed in electrolytes and the electrolyte only fills the gaps between the electrodes themselves. The advantages of a dry cell HHO generator are: ▪ Water fills the gap between the plat cells, the electrodes are not completely waterlogged.

What is the most efficient HHO generator design?

Based on the results of the study, the best variation of HHO generators is found in the hole plate electrode 2 with the required power of 180.78 watts and an efficiency of 63.8%.

How flammable is HHO?

Hydrogen possesses the NFPA 704’s highest rating of 4 on the flammability scale because it is flammable when mixed even in small amounts with ordinary air; ignition can occur at a volumetric ratio of hydrogen to air as low as 4% due to the oxygen in the air and the simplicity and chemical properties of the reaction.

Can a car run on HHO alone?

The engine would run when the HHO surged into the engine but not run without it. This proves that HHO can be easily manufactured to run an engine. Since HHO can replace gasoline if we used it in our engines we would save money, fuel and have emissions that will help save the environment.

How many amps does a HHO generator use?

Easy… a typical hho generator on your car, will operate on 12-13 volts and 17 to 30 amps on average. That is about 220 – 360 watts of power (V x A = W). Now lets say you pump 24 volts in at 30 amps, and suddenly you are pumping 720 watts, which would double production (but overheat the unit in a short time).

How much water does it take to make a kg of hydrogen?

In electrolytic hydrogen production, water is used directly as a feedstock. Using water’s density and relative atomic populations, it is estimated by a mass balance that approximately 2.38 gallons of water are consumed as a feedstock to produce 1 kg of hydrogen gas, assuming no losses.