ssfuturescott: I agree on the bottle test try it for all of us!!!
bhelpurii: excellent, bottle test please.
IQmaza: 23Amps and 24V??????
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jdcmusic man: according to your volt amps and lpm you are saying you are getting a 14.88
mmw ..You may want to do a bottle test , I think that flow meter is wrong,
just my opinion
4AtomicHand: i agree on the bottle test.
Paul Rogers: @Me102288 Yes it is only 12 volts that is correct but they were wanting to
know if at 23 amps its producing more voltage also because he has the
battery charger connected to the battery so therefore it is most likely
producing more voltage i understand where IQmaza is coming from but if a
transformer was connected you wouldn't need to worry about the voltage only
broandrew: For that size cell, with holes in the plates, surface area loss in the
corners, 2 LPM with 12 amps. You must NOT be applying 12 volts but more
like 30 volts!!! and your making water vapor and steam and not much HHO.
Most HHO guys lie about the output, for some reason? Ionic water vapor does
get MPG gains in dry climates. Google : Hydrogen Generator review to learn
Christer Dirfeldt: Nice job! I agree with the other ones; Bottletest is more accurat than
Me102288: @IQmaza ?? car battery = 12 volt :-\
1drivingfast: Good video but induction based amp meters need AC not DC to register
jawbraeka: @streetphase same her how much and what are they called?
xogengas: nice work.like to se buttle test . G.Sweden
David7900: i agree! NO way the flow meter is right. 100% electrical efficiency is some
were around 7.5mmw. so unless you got a resonant cell? I would check the
flow meter. Nice looking cell though! I like the o ring. simple easy fast
Dwight Moreland: How do you make the electrolyte?
Danijel Pavetic: 0.6lpm is all what that cell can do...
goturtlepoop: where did you get the flow meter? whats the model etc?
Danijel Pavetic: that cell with 3 holes is garbage..this "cell" work on 250-280w for 1lpm
half a hho,half a steam....crap...
Paul Rogers: @jermy342 more neutrals can solve the heat problem.
Paul Rogers: @arthus1971 It still wouldn't matter if he did use the bottle method
because the HH and O would still be mixing together so therefore the 66.6%
of hydrogen and 33.3% of oxygen would still be going into the bottle. Now
if the mixture was separated (Hydrogen and Oxygen) than that would work,
but you cannot separate it using a dry cell. But if you did separate it
than you would only have hydrogen gas but it would also take more to
produce the same fire.
EisBlade: @scuffieduffie you can use neoprene or pond liner as gaskets between the
Tierra Verde Chile: the air flowmeter, can not read the real production of hho, because the hho
is a mix gas, 66.6% hydrogen + 33.3% Oxygen, try to fill the bottle method
, by the way thanks for to share.
bcohen333: what temp does your cell reach?
variablestatus: good work! thumbs up....
H2GenerationX: Those LPM meters are for AIR..as it clearly says. Lets see you finally put
up a video of you filling a 1 liter bottle, and time it. If your meter is
correct, you should have nothing to worry about. So if you dont post a
video, we can assume your claims are false.
Yourfishman: Those flow meters are made for air, they can be off by 37% when checking
HHO. The bottle method is MUCH more accurate
melvin nizel alarca: Good day! what is the configuration of the polarities? Are the negatives on
the sides and postitive in the middle? I have the same unit but 4x4 inch SS
plate. Please do watch some of my videos. Thank you.
richardlyew: 4 n is still a waste or power
legogunguy001: This cell needs to be passivated. That water looks very bad
ardy texn: another made in china......they function very well for a lawn mower
jermy342: 48 ounces of electrolyte got warm but far from hot after about an hour
Paul Rogers: @H2GenerationX Truthfully its for psi not just air because if you want to
get technical than air has over 60% nitrogen and it has over 10% oxygen and
another 30% other gasses. So when you say AIR you should no more about AIR.
Nick R: hey i want to make such a cell. so? the cell itselfe acts like a pump? what
can i use ash the material between the plates? and what are the dementions
of the plates?
streetphase: that thing you use to measure liters per minute, what is it called and how
much do they tend to go for?
Adam43130: i like the way you designed the cell...could you gang a few together by
putting them back to back with two long all threads, one going through all
three on one side for the positive and another on the other side for the
negative ? or would that not be wired right?