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Easy ? with no answer # 5
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Sad Easy ? with no answer # 5
I understand now 4-5 neutrals between a pos and neg to keep heat down and more electrolizer for HHO. From reading ALOT on the computer 1.5-2 volts a plate is good. Less heat more production but why are people building like 31 plate drycells ?

I have a lot of info on HHO but some basic things I can't find an answer for. Thank you.
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01-19-2012 11:51 AM
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RE: Easy ? with no answer # 5
Because they can. Smile

Actually you don't see these high plate count cells used in the automotive industry. They are usually used in research, and working with fancy PWMs. Bob Boyce has one of these designs out there, that is supposed to get super efficient if run with some very precise parameters in terms of frequency, etc.

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RE: Easy ? with no answer # 5
Aaaah ok thaaank you.
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