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How many neutral plates are optimal?
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Dean88 Offline
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How many neutral plates are optimal?
how many neutral plates have ya'l experimented with and how many are optimal? I am going to try to use 3 neutral plates between each one of my cathodes and anodes.
06-19-2008 08:35 PM
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RE: How many neutral plates are optimal?
Try to get as close as possible to 1.24 V per cell (2 plates). This is the voltage that is enough for producing HHO at a given amperage.
I will use a 11 plate / 10 cell system (1 minus, 1 plus and 9 neutrals in between). But there are opinions that less cells keeping you on the safe side (more above 1.24V). A 8 or 9 cell system is just as good (e.g. 1 minus, 1 plus and 7 neutral plates in between). It seems anything under 2 V per cell is good (for temperature and amperage issues).

At least these are the observations I collected so far. Smile
06-19-2008 10:26 PM
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RE: How many neutral plates are optimal?
Although I have no experience of my own with a closed bath series cell, I have read from Bob Boyce's experience. He states that around 2 volts per cell is optimum for brute force electrolysis, and around 1.3 volts is optimum for resonance drive.
06-19-2008 10:48 PM
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RE: How many neutral plates are optimal?
Hmmm, interesting. But where is that 1.24 V came from? I have read it everywhere when I search for effective voltage for HHO production.
06-20-2008 04:16 AM
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RE: How many neutral plates are optimal?
Yes, I have too. But Bob says 2 volts is best, so he's probably right. You're free to experiement, though.


Tom Wrote:Hmmm, interesting. But where is that 1.24 V came from? I have read it everywhere when I search for effective voltage for HHO production.
06-20-2008 09:25 AM
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