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dry cell
can the reservoir double as a bubbler if you run the hho out hose to the bottom of the reservoir so it bubbles through the electrolyte then out to the motor
11-19-2008 05:06 PM
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RE: dry cell
That's a common setup.

There's two ideas on the return line from the cell, below the water level and above. Some think having the water/gas run in above the water level reduces foaming (but doesn't function as a bubbler then). Some dry cells pump a lot of liquid.

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11-19-2008 05:16 PM
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RE: dry cell
colchiro Wrote:That's a common setup.

There's two ideas on the return line from the cell, below the water level and above. Some think having the water/gas run in above the water level reduces foaming (but doesn't function as a bubbler then). Some dry cells pump a lot of liquid.

I saw a video that showed a line from the bubbler back to a reservoir the line was about mid way up the bubbler to maintain fluid level in the bubbler. If you eliminated the bubbler and used the reservoir as a bubbler you could save space and money. Would this have any adverse effects on production.
11-19-2008 07:56 PM
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RE: dry cell
Like I said, others are using this design with no problem.

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11-19-2008 08:19 PM
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RE: dry cell
It's still a good idea to have a separate bubbler with clean water, water/vinegar mix to scrub out any NaOH that's in the gas going to the engine.

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11-20-2008 05:33 AM
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