Today i try to run a motorbike by hho gas wow its amazing https://www.instructables.com/id/HHO-Hydrogen-Generator/
Topic by rasel88
I'm keen on starting a serious discussion group of folks who share my enthusiasm for HHO alternative fuel generators. Thus far there's only been one Instructable (Serge) and loads of YouTube videos, but most other sites either want to sell you plans or sell you a retail device. I'd like to start a club of sorts with folks who want to 'roll their own' but perhaps lack some of the electronics or other material fabrication techniques. We could help each other design & build stuff (like an hho generator for you car) and then post the how-to's here on Instructables. Anybody interested?
Topic by MY | last reply
One of my friends asked for my help for a project for his school expo. He wants to run a car on water and I have told him not to be too optimistic. when I googled it all I found was that it was not possible(as of now), but no other detail. I did stumble upon an old episode of myth busters in which they came to the conclusion that a car can run on hydrogen, but they were unable to provide enough hydrogen from their electrolysis setup, however, I noticed that the HHO generator created by king of random produces way more gas then theirs. so I wanted to know your opinion and knowledge on this matter and whether this can work or not.
Topic by Ahtasham Ahmad Mohtashim | last reply
I would to run my power generator off a hho fueld cell . Can any one tell me how big of one woudl be needed for a 12 hp gas engine?
Question by andy1917 | last reply
I've built a hho generator (the spiral electrodes kind) and am trying to use it as a welder i use salt as my electrolyte (should i use something else???) THE PROBLEM IS THAT WHILE I DO GET A CONSTANT FLAME, I DON'T GET A BIG ENOUGH FLAME (it melts metal but it takes ages to do so) does anyone know of a way how i could get more amps to speed up gas production or of any way i could get more preasure (+maybe my gas isn't pure enough because i use salt as an electrolyte, could that be it?)
Topic by CrtSuznik | last reply
Reproduced verbatim from The Fortean Times issue 249, republishing from FT35JUNE 1979On the 15th a demonstration of a "revolutionary" energy device took place at an undisclosed location in the UK. Iowerth Thomas, 58 a Welsh inventor, hoped to interest both government energy officials and an Arab consortium. Mr Thomas had been experimenting since 1936 with ways to make petrol engines burn more efficiently. His "bolt-on" device promised between 25 and 40 per cent efficiency using "the electrolysis of tap water", plus a cleaner exhaust. The government scientists' response - that it was impossible - spurred Mr Thomas to demonstrate it for them. He reported to the motoring correspondent of the Daily Telegraph that his stationary engine ran for 112 seconds with his device and for 77 seconds on the same amount of petrol without it. The usual objection to electrolytic systems is that the energy needed to run them is greater than that produced. With some sarcasm, New Scientist sniffed that the device needed to be much smaller than the room-size contraption Jones used. What really stoked their scorn was Thomas's reply when asked how it worked: "It's beyond me," he said. That was the last we heard of him and his promising device.How has this technology improved in the last 30 years?L
Topic by lemonie | last reply
I was recently looking at random stuff on youtube when I came across a couple of videos on Hydrogen fuel cells: 1. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c3PkgUcI4Z8 2. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B_Whbb_hlPs&feature;=g-vrec I was wondering if it was possible to combine an HHO generator and a Hydrogen fuel cell to get electricity straight from water. Just a thought. All comments will be helpful. Thanks, Grim
Question by GrimRipper1080 | last reply
I saw an article today on how HHO generators are just a scam. There are of course many scams associated with it, but I have yet to test the whole thing myself so I have yet to form a solid opinion on the whole thing. One of the biggest arguments is that based on the laws of thermodynamics, the same energy is required to split the water as is released when they recombine. This is true, but couldn't there be other benefits to the whole thing which are being ignored. If that statement was true wouldn't eco-boost engines be a scam. The turbocharger can't just create energy can it. The exhaust which spins up the turbo causes back pressure on the engine right. Then there are friction and slip as well. It seems very lossy right, but it works. It isn't a scam. The same goes for a supercharger, the same energy of the added compressed air is taken from the engines drive train. Now I understand that the compressed air causes a better burn similar to mixing KNO3 with sugar vs just burning it in plain air. But what if you mix gunpowder and sugar, why is that any different. I feel like this analogy accurately displays what is going on in both cases, and I feel like there could be an argument for the benefits of HHO. Again I have no experience in the subject yet, but it all seems reasonable. The HHO isn't being used as a fuel, it is being used as a booster which pulls more energy, more efficiently from the petrol.
Question by jj.inc | last reply
I eared many things about hho generator but some say it is better to use "solution recipes" (electrolyte) instead of "conditioned distilled water" . I'd like to know more about conditioning distilled water . I need your help on this one ! I plan to use rectified high voltage for 2 dry cells . 8" by 8" 16 plates each using microwave parts but I can't figure the minimal input if coming form 12 volts batteries and car alternator . I bet I'll need a converter from car DC to H/V transformer and I have no idea how to make it a reality Use the best of your knowledge to answer !!! Instructive and useful links are welcome ... Thanks !
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