HHO Generator-MacoBT

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Introduction: HHO Generator-MacoBT

About: My name is marjancho and I love electronics,makeing gadgets,hack and pranks.

This is the way how to produce a HYDROGEN.

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    bylerfamily
    bylerfamily

    11 years ago on Introduction

    I wana make this!Can you tell me how? Plus what kind of power supply did you use?

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    macobt
    macobt

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    its simply,in plastic tube add water and litle soda in dust,and for inductors youcan use some steel plates and for power suplay you use DC power 12volts

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    tesla coil
    tesla coil

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    What is the electrolyte???????????????? I am having trouble deciding one one

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    macobt
    macobt

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    Hi
    In right below you can ask qwestion for the community to answer.

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    oooobabyoooo
    oooobabyoooo

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    What I see in this video is patently dangerous! DON'T DO THIS.

    There's no flashback suppressor in the plastic tube coming from the electrolysis container. Since hydrogen and oxygen are present in a combustible mixture, igniting the mix as it comes out of the tube can also ignite the mix all the way back to the electrolyser. If this happens, the whole thing will explode.

    The only thing preventing this from happening so far is that your fuel & air mix is exploding just outside the end of the tube, which is blowing out the flame.

    A flashback suppressor can be made from a piece of tubing stuffed with several discs made from steel screening. The screen will allow passage of hydrogen and oxygen gases out of the electrolyser but will absorb the heat from a flame front travelling back up the tube.

    Install a flashback suppressor or prepare for a trip to the emergency room.

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    macobt
    macobt

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    yes there is water between the bubbles,there is no danger to explode

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    heyzuphowsitgoin
    heyzuphowsitgoin

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    no, with this setup not nearly enough hydrogen is being generated to have a constant stream of it. if you look, there is water in between the bubbles. it is a good point though, when using high voltage definitely use a flashback suppressor.

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    blackbeardlion

    if you add salt to the mix not only will it go faster but you'll also make sodium chlorate which you can use for all kinds of things!

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    msw100
    msw100

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    If salt is added it produces poisonous gas. There is plenty of this stuff on youtube along with instructions but always use a proper flashback arrestor as it will explode and ruin you day badly.

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    Sandisk1duo
    Sandisk1duo

    11 years ago on Introduction

    Please tell me that that's not directly connected to you AC line!

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    Kiteman
    Kiteman

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    It looks like it is!

    (And, macobt, that's not "HHO" you are producing, but a mixture of 2 parts H2 (by volume) to one part O2)

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    killerjackalope
    killerjackalope

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    But would AC make H2 O2? it's going back and forth and errr maybe it would... Plus the wires were coming from below the vice, we might have hope yet...

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    damurdock
    damurdock

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    actually, it would be:
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    2H2O ----> 2H2O2

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    benthekahn
    benthekahn

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    "2H2O ----> 2H2O2"

    Doesn't that go against the law of conservation of mass?

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    damurdock
    damurdock

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    Yes, actually. Chemistry fail on my part, it would really be: (2)H2O--->(2)H2 + (2)O2

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    iguanian
    iguanian

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    Um...I may be missing something, but didn't you just write the exact same thing?

    You still have 4 hydrogen atoms and 4 oxygen atoms being produced in your equation. I think you meant 4 hydrogen and *2* oxygen atoms.

    Then if you reduce the equation, you have 2 hydrogen and one oxygen; hence the HHO moniker.

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    damurdock
    damurdock

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    Ugh. yea. My fault for not paying attention. (2)H2O--->(2)H2+O2

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    killerjackalope
    killerjackalope

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    Ignore what I said, it was about AC as in I had a wee stupid moment - Thought it would be reversing back and forth not doing anything - rather than just changing electrode constantly, I understand the chemistry and all...