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Water Temp. vs HHO production
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Water Temp. vs HHO production
Hello everyone,

As you can probably guess I am new to this new technology.

I purchased a gas4Free kit back in October of 2008. I have been working on the design with very little sucess. I made some modifications to it and I think I got it to work. However I have a question regarding the water temperature vs HHO production. I got a mixture of distill water (1 L) and baking soda (1/2 tsp). After 40 min of operation, connected to my car I got a temperature reading of 160 deg F. using a laser thermometer. At this point I saw a lot of bubbles in the Hydrolyzer to the point where steam startet crossing over to the bubbler and into the exhaust line. My question is what is the normal operation temperature for this system? How much HHO should it be producing at this temperature? After how many minutes should this system reach this temperature?

Thank you in advance for your time and assistance with this matter,

Andres
04-09-2009 09:06 AM
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RE: Water Temp. vs HHO production
the first thing wrong is that baking soda will not produce hydrogen....
its makes co2 gas....

other than that issue... when the temp of the unit gets over 160f...
the unit will produce MOSTLY steam...
04-09-2009 03:16 PM
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RE: Water Temp. vs HHO production
Ben,
Thank you for your reply.

What would be a good operating temperature for a good system? Say after 1 hr of running.
04-09-2009 04:31 PM
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RE: Water Temp. vs HHO production
(04-09-2009 04:31 PM)triumfar Wrote:  Ben,
Thank you for your reply.

What would be a good operating temperature for a good system? Say after 1 hr of running.
Most of the good dry cells, real producers, rarely get over 120 degrees.
04-09-2009 07:39 PM
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RE: Water Temp. vs HHO production
(04-09-2009 07:39 PM)thomasbala Wrote:  
(04-09-2009 04:31 PM)triumfar Wrote:  Ben,
Thank you for your reply.

What would be a good operating temperature for a good system? Say after 1 hr of running.
Most of the good dry cells, real producers, rarely get over 120 degrees.

I agree with TOM.... he is a smart guy , I have been watching him for a while... thanks TOM
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04-10-2009 05:01 AM
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