HHO fuel cell explosion (what not do do) - discussion

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This video is featured to invite comment and discussion regarding proper methods and apparatus in generating HHO or H2/O2 separator cells.

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Date Uploaded: 01/25/2019

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Dude 01/27/2019 Reply Report Abuse

Working with HHO with this type of apparatus is dangerous. Your dealing with a hydrogen mixed with half as much oxygen. Think of an ox-acetaline torch and how the flame reacts when you mix in the O2.

Way safer to separate the 2 gases with a separator cell that utilizes a nylon silkscreen membrane between the anode and cathode plates. Then gaskets to port the two separate gases individually through separate bubbler/electrolyte collection filters. If you want to recombine the H2 and O2, a jewelers torch with proper flashback suppressors can be purchased whereby you can combine the gases safely at the torch tip. The entire system requires the means to balance the pressure across the front and back side of each cell for both H2 and O2 in order to stay in equilibrium and not become over pressurized. This creates a on demand production/consumption situation where you limit gas containment while using the fuel that is being produced with as little line resistance as possible. The 4 components. fuel>catalyst>pressure>ignition = big mess and possible ear damage / shrapnel injury.
TLDR: Your asking for trouble having H2 and O2 gases contained in any quantity together in your bubbler system and delivery lines.