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Electrolyzer Cost - Save by DIY

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Electrolyzer Cost - Save by DIYBy Brandon Mchale

How To Save The Most On Electrolyzer Cost

Obviously building your own electrolyzer is going to save on costs, however only if you do it right. You can build a fuel cell for your car that outperforms it's commercial competitors. By building one yourself you can optimize it for your specific engine. You can also put the money you spend to the most useful applications. Spending your money wisely when building your own electrolyzer will save you thousands and, you'll get a longer more reliable cell.

Best Bang For Your Buck

Instead of pricey commercial logos, you can spend your money on the greatest anode and electrode material. 316L stainless steel is one of the greatest plate/wire materials to use. Another worthwhile spend to mention on plates and wires is that the positive plates/wires produce the HHO. These positive plates are suseptible to oxidation and erosion. Spending a small more on your positive plates can pay off. Buying a thicker gauge will give you more wear and tear. Stay within range of HHO output and the wear should be negligible, however it's worth mentioning, that you could scale down your not positive plates/wiresif going for max efficiency. Using distilled H2O will not only let you fine tune your HHO output it will reduce premature plate/wire erosion. Use distilled not filtered, you don't want minerals, since your catalyst should ideally be the only mineral controlling conductivity.

Learning Curve

Learning from others mistakes will also save you time and expenses. A good set of plans will not only tell you anode electrode spacing, however show complete assembly plus the most efficient places to buy parts for that plan. The greatest way to reduce electrolyzer cost is to heed the mistakes of others, and propel your gains.

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Electrolyzer Efficiency For HHO Production

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Electrolyzer Efficiency For HHO ProductionBy Brandon Mchale

Building Efficient Electrolyzers

From staggering plate designs to wire cells, which materials to use and how. There are many ways to optimize these fuel cells. The most efficient electrolyzers are coupled with other technology that truly cranks up the mile per gallon gains. I'm talking about HHO production for cars, and if your into hydrogen for fuel, these electrolyzers have a lot to offer.

Controlling Runaway

Would you like to know how to keep your cell from overheating? It's as simple as measuring. Runaway is when your electrolyzer starts to overheat. This is from pulling too many amps and it's due to too much conductivity. The hotter the cell gets the more amps it pulls until meltdown. This is why it's important to have a fuse, that will governs amps, to your cell. The way to control runaway is to control conductivity. Water alone is a poor conductor, this is why we add a catalysts to improve conductivity. This is also why tap H2O produces more HHO than distilled water, tap H2O has conductive minerals in it. Note that these minerals also erode your anodes and muck up your cell. We want to have a controlled environment, because we want precise control of our fuel cell. Precise control means precise HHO output which means max gains. So if you want the most efficient electrolyzer use distilled water.

Not All Metals Are Equal

Aluminum corrodes so fast it shorts the cell quickly. Steel erodesso fast it mucks up the cell with additional minerals and promotes runaway. The greatest to use is alloy steel, among the greatest of the greatest would be platinum, however we're going for efficiency, so stainless 316L is the greatest choice bar none. Run your new 316L plates or wires for 20 miles 3 times and change the H2O out. This will eliminate most of the oils and impurities on and in the steel. Factory oils to prevent corrosion make for H2O muck, so just run them and change the water, you'll have less muck to contend with if any.

Really That Simple

Sure different designs give different output, however if you follow the advice of distilled H2O with 316L stainless steel anodes, you'll be leaps ahead in MPG gains. These efficient electrolyzers are simple, once you understand them and how they work. If your looking for added miles per gallon, horsepower and want to blow all the carbon out of your engine, HHO is the way to go.

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Electrolyzer Plans - Shock the Most MPG

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Electrolyzer Plans - Shock the Most MPGBy Brandon Mchale

Custom Electrolyzer Plans

Using plans that are customizable for your engine will save you time money and increase your gains. With a few added tips on how to max out your fuel cell gains, you can get to those double digit gains quicker. Learning from the trials and errors of others is the most efficient route to max MPG gains. You can increase the efficiency of any internal combustion engine, however only if you do it right.

What Is Good Fits Under The Hood

What good is a electrolyzer that doesn't fit under your hood? Commercial built electrolyzers come in standard sizes that can be difficult to place under your hood. A custom set of electrolyzer plans will allow you to fit a max efficiency cell, into even a compact engine compartment. You can locate the cell where you want. Not only will customizable plans allow for proper placement you can adjust output too. Not all engines are the same, and having the ability to tweak your output can greatly increase performance. Taking your fuel savings even a step further will show some real advancements. You can lean back your fuel equivalent to the ratio of HHO. HHO (hybrid hydrogen oxygen) has three times the efficiency of high test gasoline. This allows you to lean back a lot of fuel for a small HHO. Saturating your engine with HHO will increase MPG, however you can take it a step further by having controlof your fuel ratio. A good EFIE (electric fuel injection enhancer) will allow you to control your sensors output to the millivolt, allowing slight ratio adjustments. This is the key to maximizing your miles per gallon. Without fuel ratio control a lot of your gains are negated due to sensor error readings. The errors throw in more fuel into your ratio to compensate, thus negating a lot of potential savings. These are savings that you could be harnessing with a simple device. A small HHO goes a long way, and you'll be amazed at how far you can lean back your fuel.