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Bubbler or not.
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Bubbler or not.
Hi there,

I have seen many different installations and systems using bubbler and not. Is it really worth it? The maker of my cell reckons its not.

Cheers.

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01-26-2009 05:04 PM
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RE: Bubbler or not.
(01-26-2009 05:04 PM)Zipstor Wrote:  Hi there,

I have seen many different installations and systems using bubbler and not. Is it really worth it? The maker of my cell reckons its not.

Cheers.

Depends how fond of playing russian roulette with your vehicle you are. The following considerations apply : 1) HHO gas will explode with only a small amount of provocation, 2) even modern engines occasionally backfire through the inlet, and 3) said backfire will easily provide that provocation and 4) exploding HHO gas will most likely destroy your cell, and most of the inlet plumbing. If not a bubbler, then some form of flame trap would seem to be an excellent idea.
01-26-2009 09:00 PM
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So if there is a lethal backfire, at what stage would that occur? Startup?

And if that happen, the bubbler will blow and cause damage too am I missing something here?

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01-27-2009 12:05 AM
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(01-27-2009 12:05 AM)Zipstor Wrote:  So if there is a lethal backfire, at what stage would that occur? Startup?

can happen any time.

Quote:And if that happen, the bubbler will blow and cause damage too am I missing something here?

Definitely missing something. Maybe the ability to use the search button and read other posts on the subject.

Here's a hint. Fit a blow off release to your bubbler, like others do, or use a different type of flashback arrester.
01-27-2009 10:10 AM
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(01-26-2009 05:04 PM)Zipstor Wrote:  Hi there,

I have seen many different installations and systems using bubbler and not. Is it really worth it? The maker of my cell reckons its not.

Cheers.

Buddy you will be playing with a bomb if you do not. Plus the bubbler better has some means of releasing in the event you have a backfire... Here is what you need. The maker of the cell you are looking at must be an idiot!!!

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01-27-2009 03:59 PM
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Once you've had a pop or two, you'll have a HUGE new respect for the power of HHO gas. Reading about it isn't anything like being there. And picking up the pieces.
01-27-2009 04:17 PM
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(01-27-2009 04:17 PM)Gary Wrote:  Once you've had a pop or two, you'll have a HUGE new respect for the power of HHO gas. Reading about it isn't anything like being there. And picking up the pieces.

just one small tidbit of info,the bubbler does scrub the gas of most residual electrolites as it passes thru so as a secondary insurance policy your gas will be cleaner.

selling an enclosure for the rear of cab semi truck 28''X20''X6'' CUSTOM MADE ALUMINUM TO HOUSE HHO GENERATORS AND INCLUDING A RESERVOIR BUBBLER AND REGULAR BUBBLR ptoures@sbcglobal.net usa only
01-27-2009 06:12 PM
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What if the bubbler blows off..

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01-28-2009 12:36 AM
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(01-28-2009 12:36 AM)Zipstor Wrote:  What if the bubbler blows off..

Definitely missing something.

You remind me of the small child who asks 'Why?' to everything, including answers.
01-28-2009 02:48 AM
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(01-28-2009 02:48 AM)benny Wrote:  
(01-28-2009 12:36 AM)Zipstor Wrote:  What if the bubbler blows off..

Definitely missing something.

You remind me of the small child who asks 'Why?' to everything, including answers.

Well.. Inside the bubbler container there is a build up of gas at the top, right? Anyone here has xperienced a bad backfire ever?

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