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HHO Generator


How heat resistant is fiberglass?
Fiberglass offers excellent heat resistance, retaining more than half of its room temperature tensile strength at 675°F / 357°C, and more than 25% at 875°F / 468°C. It begins to soften at 1500°F / 815°C and melts near 2050°F / 1121°C.

The new nylon flanges have been developed exclusively for our generators. Good physical resistance and especially thermal resistance (melting point 0-350 ° C). Nylon is the best choice as a material for these products. The used materials' thermal resistance is significant since the installed generator in the engine compartment, where temperatures can be very high indoors in summer.

Despite its performance, the cells' size is relatively small in relation to the amount of gas generated for optimal continuous operation. The simple reconfiguration of the plates (plus, minus, neutral) through a system of terminals allows better optimization according to your needs.

Our plates are made of stainless steel 316 L, laser-cut, with a special chemical and physical treatment, developed by our team to extend the generator's life. You will not see any brown deposits in our dry cells. A certificate from the manufacturer guarantees the quality and durability of the stainless steel we use.

The small size of our generators allows for easy installation in all cars. The dry cell can also be installed horizontally or vertically, making the installation more flexible.

We use special elastomers made of EPDM rubber (temperature limits: -40 to 200 ° C), with a square cross-section and a large contact area. Optimal pressure distribution in the sealing surfaces.

Pursued two goals - firstly, cleaning HHO gas and secondly creating a safety barrier. When the produced HHO gas from the dry cell, some of the water vapour is generated, this water vapour can contain small electrolyte particles and cause corrosion damage. Since the HHO gas is light and thus rises, it is split by the water, i.e. filtered by electrolyte particles contained in the water vapour. The result is a much cleaner HHO gas. In recoil, the bubbler acts as a safety barrier. When an ignition source ignites the HHO gas, it is put into the bubbler because the flame cannot jump from bubble to bubble.
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