Hey HHO experimenters;
I ran across this post in one of the hho forums. I am stuck on the hho dry cell design as “the best” hho generator, but this is an interesting concept.
I would also like to know if anyone has tried this type of hho generator design.
Dry Cell/Wet Cell Compromise
I had another idea the other day…why not create an open bath type cell (with no gaskets), but rather than simply dunking the thing in electrolyte, why not build an acrylic or lexan type enclosure directly around it? Make the enclosure so that the cell fits perfectly tight in it to reduce inefficiency, make it six sided, and drill several small holes in the top plate and bottom plate to allow electrolyte in and HHO out. Simply plop the cell (in the enclosure) into the electrolyte and viola!
I’m thinking this design would alleviate (to some extent) the disadvantages of both types of design. There would be no extra tank for electrolyte or problems with gaskets as with dry cells, and there would be less current loss like a traditional wet cell.
This design would lend itself well to the stainless steel cloth.
So I suppose I should ask at this point if anyone has already tried this, and if so, did it work like I hope?