How To: Intensify the gas in a hydrogen HHO fuel cell

Intensify the gas in a hydrogen HHO fuel cell

This is a clam shell design/concept from materials found at Lowes or Home Depot, with bought plates made into a HHO-Cell.

They use tap water with baking soda as electrolyte.

This is in pre-stages before we fit to the case a recycle take-up tube to go back into the HHO-cell for re-up-take of the gas produced on a prior cycle.

Experimenting to see how it works from concept to design.

(1) Part 1 of 2 - How to Intensify the gas in a hydrogen HHO fuel cell, (2) Part 2 of 2 - How to Intensify the gas in a hydrogen HHO fuel cell

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Pretty cool. Can you make a video showing you put it together so we can see how to do it?


Can you please make a video showing you putting it together so we all can see how to do it thanks

maybe we can try and figure out a way to measure the purity of the hho coming out of your unit before your recirculatory setup and then measure again with the new method. I'm working on a design using 1/2" stainless pipe with a 1/4" rod going through the center this seems to focus everything through. I plan to place these in pvc pipe. I'll try your recirulatory setup with them by connecting them top and bottom to one exit. But we have to be able to measure this some how to determine any change. Just to add. my units measure 6" in length aswell.

Me and a friend have been working with the spiral setup for awhile now. We tested it this past weekend and found some new info. When we ran the cell we got plenty of bubble action and hydrogen coming out of the water check valve. But the cell we made followed the mason jar design. As the cell heated up we had a leak around the lid and alot of our gas was coming out as a steaming looking vapor. We had check valves on the line so we tried to light it with a torch. Nothing happened. We put the hose back into a tank of water and waited for the bubbles to come up and we could light that. Now we believe that the heat and bubble action in the cell itself is creating an extreme amount of vapor with the gas and that the vapor was preventing the gas from igniting outside of the liquid check valve. So we believe that there is NO REAL INTENSIFING effect. What we believe the be happening is that the cool water check valve is filtering the massive amount of vapor from the hydrogen and allow you retrieve on the hydrogen and not a hydrogen and vapor mix. So through your intesifing design your basically doing the same thing. Your capturing your water vapor from one cell into another and getting pure hho at the main outlet. Keep in mind this...You can only seperate water once into hydrogen through these simple cells. So unless you believe your giveing the hho an electrical charge your not really intisifing anything, your more or less filtering it.

By the way I still like your design and the simplicity of it and plan to make one like it with multiple cells I'll try and make a video and show you the results of this when I'm finished.

What type of Lowes plates is he using? Are they something like wallplates?

again I would like to see a video of how you built this how did put it together on the inside thanks, Looks great

Would you please show how you make this clam (how is the (peral) placed on the inside of this thanks sounds great and can't wait till the How to video

Can you tell us how much hho your cell is producing per minute and also the power it is consuming to create that quantity of gas?

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