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Wet or dry
What makes a dry cell more efficient than a wet cell.Wet cells can be built so the cells are separated.
05-24-2012 05:53 PM
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(05-24-2012 05:53 PM)xl650 Wrote:  What makes a dry cell more efficient than a wet cell.Wet cells can be built so the cells are separated.
The plate edges are not in the water.
But for saving for cars, the wet cell is enough.
For HHO only the dry cell is the better choice.

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05-25-2012 05:07 AM
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(05-25-2012 05:07 AM)martinruf Wrote:  
(05-24-2012 05:53 PM)xl650 Wrote:  What makes a dry cell more efficient than a wet cell.Wet cells can be built so the cells are separated.
The plate edges are not in the water.
But for saving for cars, the wet cell is enough.
For HHO only the dry cell is the better choice.
Thanks for the reply
05-25-2012 05:25 AM
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The reason dry cells are better is that a great deal of current is wasted by going from edge to edge on the plates, rather than being passed from face to face. That's where the HHO is made, but the path of least resistance is from edge to edge.

Hybrid designs handle this by just covering up all the edges and that makes the edge to edge path longer and more resistance.

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05-25-2012 10:50 AM
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RE: Wet or dry
(05-25-2012 10:50 AM)mike Wrote:  The reason dry cells are better is that a great deal of current is wasted by going from edge to edge on the plates, rather than being passed from face to face. That's where the HHO is made, but the path of least resistance is from edge to edge.

Hybrid designs handle this by just covering up all the edges and that makes the edge to edge path longer and more resistance.

Thanks .I am actually planning to do that.I thought that must be the reason
05-25-2012 07:48 PM
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