It's been a brutal winter for many here in the United States. With the brutal weather comes the danger of the water freezing in your reservoir, which voids the warranty. To prevent freezing of your HHO kit, it is important to ensure it has sufficient electrolyte in the system.
In fact, with proper levels and concentration, you can use your kit all year round in most areas. However, when you add higher levels of electrolyte, your kit will quickly overheat and blow the fuse. This is because electrolyte is what allows the current to flow in your HHO generator (without it, the water would act like an insulator). The more electrolyte, the more current. Too much electrolyte, and it would act like a dead short - blowing the fuse instantly, unless you control it.
That's the reason for the PWM (Pulse Width Modulator), which simply allows you to control the amps from 0 up to 40 amps (ours typically work best in the 25-28 amp range).
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Many of our customers are not aware that we began this venture in 2008 when we debuted our first book online that taught people how to Build Their Own HHO Generator and install it in their vehicle. There were only a few poorly written books back then, so I took 3 months and put this together for those that were handy with their hands and wanted to build their own.
In fact, in the beginning, I didn't even believe the technology worked. There were varied results, lots of experts and naysayers claiming it couldn't work. I decided it was worth my time to test it. The first endeavor was a simple wet cell, made from parts available at Home Depot, Ace Hardware, and online. I put it into a work vehicle I owned (2008 3/4 ton Chevy Express Van), and amazingly went from 10 mpg to 14 mpg (a 40% increase!). Needless to say this blew me away. It was saving me over $250 a month in fuel out of a $600 a month bill, using .99 cents in distilled water.
I wrote this ebook to teach others the basics on hydrogen technology, why it works, and how to build and install one in your vehicle. It quickly became a Best Seller on Clickbank at $67 (with 7 bonus books included), and won us a Top Vendor Award in 2009, and Premier Vendor Award in 2010.
The thousands of people buying the book were enthusiastic and very complimentary to say the least. I began putting the profits into more research and development. In the meantime, dozens of readers kept emailing us asking if we would please build them one. I wasn't a manufacturer, just a fellow experimenter in the garage, and refused for months. But the non stop requests finally convinced me to start building a few by hand. They were crude, but better than any home made HHO Generators available at that time. I couldn't build them fast enough, so we hired help, and increased production.
One thing led to another, and we introduced the breakthrough Hybrid HHO Generator in 2009 to a sell out crowd which was soon copied by our competitors everywhere. Then two years ago we stepped up our game and invested $300,000 to introduce the most advanced HHO generator kits available in the world, which you see on our site now.
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This is another commonly asked question that I answer frequently, so I thought an updated blog post would be appropriate.
Typical Dry Cell hho generators available today are essentially stainless steel plates with small holes in the top and bottom for water to flow through, separated by neoprene gaskets, and compressed together by end plates and through bolts. The end plates have threaded fittings for water to flow in and gas to flow out.
While dry cell hho kits have become popular because anyone with a kitchen table can put them together and sell them for a profit, there are many design features that we felt needed major improvement to progress from a science experiment in the garage, to a professionally manufactured kit anyone would be proud to show off.
Our current 800 series is our fourth generation of HHO kits. We invested $300,000 in dies, molds, equipment, and inventory; and 2 years of development time to come up with this advanced
hho kit design. No one has even come close to being that serious, and most just sell a typical, non innovative dry cell hho generator, like everyone else.
We started from scratch. We threw out the book and redesigned from the ground up. We knew from our customers that leaks were a major issue. Leaks between the gaskets, leaks from the hose fittings are the most common failure, and arise from the "thermal cycling" that occurs when hho generators are turned on and off. A typical hho cell will operate at 130 degrees F, then cool down to ambient temps. That cycling can cause the steel plates, and the neoprene rubber gaskets to expand and contract at different rates, resulting in failure and leaks over time. The hose fittings screwed into the end plates are notorious for this as well, for the same reason.
We decided to eliminate those weak points. First we engineered a unique hho cell casing with hose fittings molded in (not an easy task!). This eliminated the fittings leakage and made our kits half the thickness of all other kits (making it much easier to install in tight locations). Then we engineered special injection molded cell casings and electrode casings with matching grooves for our triple redundant O-ring gaskets. That way, all sealing surfaces are of the same high temp plastic - no differences in thermal expansion, and no leaks. No one has this feature, and it was extremely difficult to overcome the many challenges to make it work - literally hundreds and hundreds of tests and application procedures.
Additionally, instead of drilling holes into the plates inside (which can cause a current leak from the edges), we encapsulate the internal plates in a special retaining ring that seals 100% of the edges, and gives the best efficiency possible. No dry cell can boast that.
What we have engineered is a unique and ultra compact hho generator kit that utilizes design features no one else has, and gives you the most on the market today.
Nothing is advertised more, and lied about more often, than the LPM a kit can produce. I was just asked this the other day, so I thought an article was in order...
LPM refers to the Liters Per Minute an HHO generator can produce. It is currently measured by varying methods such as empty water bottles or gas flow meters. The problem arises from a total lack of standards in the industry and so it is fraught with unethical claims to help sell kits.
If you look at some of our competitors, they make it a point to post a high LPM rating for their kits, but if you read it carefully, they say "UP TO 3 LPM" or similar claims. Well talk about a loose definition! Up to? That means they could produce 1/2 LPM and still not technically be lying about it. SO look carefully- Buyer beware.
Another area for fraud, is an outright claim for a given LPM that seems high compared to what the efficiency ratings for comparable kits would produce. However, if you dig deeper, you will see that there is absolutely no proof or verification. No videos, no independent testing, no evidence but a wild claim to help sell kits. Again, buyer beware.
Lastly, there are the bait and switch LPM claims. These are the kinds that actually Do have a video or series of videos proving the amazing flow rates of their kits that defy logic. Why do I call them Bait and Switch? Because the videos are usually very well edited to not show the amp gauge, the voltmeter, and the generator system (all hoses), and the flow meter or bottle, all at the SAME time. Why is this important? You may not realize that a generator can be over clocked like a computer processor for a short time without damaging it. You can warm up a system, then pump 50 or 60 amps through it for a few minutes of video, and it seems to be the most amazing thing ever. But its a lie...
You can also have an amp meter showing say, 30 amps, and put 24 or even 48 volts into it for a short time, and make it seem like a heavy producer. How you ask? Easy... a typical hho generator on your car, will operate on 12-13 volts and 17 to 30 amps on average. That is about 220 - 360 watts of power (V x A = W). Now lets say you pump 24 volts in at 30 amps, and suddenly you are pumping 720 watts, which would double production (but overheat the unit in a short time). If you wanted to pump 48 volts in, you would be putting in 1440 watts of power at same amps. So technically, your "demo kit" would show 4 times the output of any other kit...
I wish everyone was honest, but we have been doing this longer than almost everyone. We were one of the first professional manufacturers and we have seen companies come and go. We've seen it all. SO that is why we don't even use the LPM measurement as a basis for our kits. If everyone played fairly, we would, but no one does, so we wont use that as a measurement.
We have established a record of what works and what doesn't. That's why we sell kits based on engine sizes, and the record of our customers results over the years, not a fictitious LPM rating. I urge you before you buy from such a site, ask them for video verification with all elements showing as I indicated. I bet you wont find ONE that will.
It took us some time but we finally have gotten around to making a full set of new instructional videos that give a concise and detailed record of how to install the generator, the reservoir, the filter, wiring, hoses, amp gauges, PWM, EFIE, everything!
Compared to what is out there, this is the most comprehensive series to date!
Check us out, and subscribe to the channel, and leave some comments if you like what we are doing!
You can find them here: How To Install an HHO Kit
One of our blog post readers asked this question about their hho kit recently so I thought I would address this issue.
Can I Mount My HHO Kit farther away?
Occasionally, no matter how one tries, they cant seem to find a place to mount their generator. This is far more rare now with our 800 series because they are half the thickness of our old units (and pretty much any unit available today with similar amounts of plates!) That is one reason we engineered them with the hose fittings at the top and bottom of the cell casings - shaved a LOT of room off the thickness and creates a better flow of water and hydrogen gas up through the plates inside, without needing any holes in the plates like a dry cell.You can see how skinny this profile is of the 881. It is literally the thickness of a mans hand on edge (1.5").
But even with all the improvements, some have trouble installing up front, so they want to know- can I put the hho kit in the back or in the trunk? Yes, but....
First- NEVER put it in the cab, or behind the drivers seat. It may look cool when it is making hydrogen and oxygen, but if there were an accident, you do NOT want electrolyte flying out all over you. Be safe. Keep it up front or in the trunk.
Be aware, that mounting a kit in the trunk, no matter how good the hho generator is, can casue it to not perform as well as being up close to the engine? Why? Because some of the gas has 10 or 12 feet to condense and recombine into water vapor before it gets drawn in the engine, and as the gas gets warm from use (common to operate at about 135 F)if there is cool air outside running along that tube, it Will condense even more, filling the low spots of the hose with water, which could eventually get sucked into your engine and cause it to stall.
So if you mount there- check and monitor the hose connecting the kit to the air intake, and drain any excess water periodically.
Ultimately - you are far better mounting in the front fender well area if you can. Check out our instructional videos on YouTube to see how we do it here! We are uploading a fully detailed series on How to install an hho kit in your car- maybe that will help!
Until later- Be Safe! Have Fun.