gassplitter: Great setup so far! Can't wait for the final results. I pulled out my cells
out of my car and want to do something with heating too.
KyleCarrington: @jdcproducts Cool. I built the seperator design from myhydrogencar but
given he doesn't trust compressing his product, I'm not so sure I should...
perhaps one needs to go right back to the Hauffman design. They say it
takes quite a bit less than 1% of O2 left mixed with the H2 to make it
explosive by compression. I did, though, find an oxygen scrubber for H2.
TransAtlanticEV: Sorry it didn't work out. I really want to try and build one of these to
test myself. What where the limitations and design issues? Your feedback
would be helpful as to "not make the same mistake twice"..... Thanks in
BreadboardBasics: Cool, I am using a converted tool chest for my enclosure, I will be posting
a vid soon.
Green Tester: i working on one to here ... i used an old computer case, there is a little
more space in them. I really like this design look like it's the way to go
for heater in HHO. many have the same design and it's working great ! Best
of luck !
jdcproducts: @MaN1aC666 Thanks. If this works I'll probably be converting a computer
case to a fully integrated HHO heater. Meaning cells and power supply will
be included. This is just a proof of concept for me. Please let me know
once your system is completed or send me the video link. Not much exists in
the realm of HHO heating. Good luck to you as well.
jdcproducts: I really needed an hho system that I could crank up to 1500-2000 watts to
really test how hho would compare to a standard space heater which pulls
about the same amount current. Tests below 500 watts were promising but not
enough heat to do much. Multiple flames spread out over a larger surface
area is probably better than one flame. A material such as ceramic is
probably a better choice to use for heat exchanging. I would have to dump
some money into it to make it a reliable source of heat
MrCoredigger: Loving your effort to use hho for heating i've just took an interest in it
lately again. I've been scouring utube for information on hho heat. I been
watching a lot of alt. energy veterans the past couple of months i'm
totally blown away by the information available . I have given it some
thought after watching the radiant pipe heater about the concern of
moisture inside as it seems his was putting out a lot . My thinking is to
heat water in copper coils and use a radiator to dissperce the heat
hydrophoenixx: Justin, Really nice progress on this design. I have not been working much
on my HHO heater much in the last 4 to 6 months. No money and no time. I do
have some parts I bought but have not assembled them yet. Maybe I should do
a video on my heater ideas. Thanks for sharing. I also watched your video
on the trolls and nay sayers. They are paid opposition. Water is the most
compressed fuel on Earth. It is the safest fuel we will ever have. We just
have to learn how to tame it. Take care.
jdcproducts: I developed a flashback arrestor for this. I do not use brass wool.
TransAtlanticEV: So did this unit actually work? Just got through winter HELL this past
winter and definitely ready to prepare for next winter with some
alternatives! Did this thing work for you? Please post another video about
how it worked!
jdcproducts: I wasn't impressed with the performance after long term testing. Using hho
to heat requires re-engineering of heater technology. As of late, I've
become much more interested in separation systems to feed directly into off
the shelf propane heaters. I just haven't had the funding to build a
KyleCarrington: How is it working out? My HHO drycell produces about 2l/min (just under) @
about 20 amps, but, that's using very weak electrolyte (around 2%). I must
say though, the flame is not a real heat producer, at all. I was shocked at
how cool the flame is, actually. I think you'd have better luck if you
place a small piece of magnesium allow, set the tip of your flame against
it.. inside the copper tube... not sure about toxicity though, but the
stuff gets white hot and doesn't disappear on you. Cheers
jdcproducts: @KyleCarrington My results have been promising but I have found I'm going
to have to reinvent the wheel to make HHO work with heating. I am working
on a splitter cell design in the hope of using Hydrogen in the place of
propane and natural gas, plus I can bottle hydrogen without fear of
explosions. I think HHO could be used for heating if enough money was put
into it to build the systems correctly. I am now focusing my attention to
split cell designs as this will be more practical for everyone.
infopackrat: I do hope you have that pipe filled with brass wool to stop an explosive
backfire. That could be a lot of gas in that pipe.
jdcproducts: @hydrophoenixx I appreciate that, I noticed its been a while since you did
a video but I understand. I haven't been able to do near as much as I'd
like to do because of money and time. It's also difficult because nobody
around me has any input or interests. I too believe water is the most
compressed fuel that we know of, its just a matter of learning how to make
the electrolysis method more efficient, Its coming though, lots of
intelligent guys working on it. Thanks again.