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Plates and heat
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[/size][/b][b][size=medium] Bear with me everybody. It looks like it is better to have more plates than fewer because small plate numbers will give alot of heat which is what u don't want. You want many plates for less heat so hydrogen is more productive ? It seems after searching quite a bit that people with 2 cells are getting more hydrogen for bigger mpg gains.
01-15-2012 05:57 PM
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RE: Plates and heat
Basically you want either 4 or 5 neutral plates. Anything less gives too high of a plate to plate voltage, which causes the cell to run hot. I personally think 4 neutrals is too many. With 5 neutrals you can use a fairly strong KOH concentration the will not freeze in winter time conditions, yet still not run too hot.

The amount of HHO needed to get good gains is usually over-estimated. You can probably get away with a single cell. What size engine do you have?

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01-16-2012 01:15 AM
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I have a 4.0 jeep engine. A true tough powerhouse. i have been investigating awhile and seen a few guys with the 4.0 using 2 cells with big mpg numbers. Is this because there is lower heat with 2 and production is better ? I am going to get the number of the Ebay cell I was looking at. Could you please take some time to tell me if it seems like its any good and beneficial ? My next reply will have the ebay #. Thanks alot.
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