TISHITU #3 HHO Pipe Flash Back Port Arrestor Test, No Toxic fumes, Environment Free

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What's Electrolysis?
Electrolysis is the process of using electricity to split water into hydrogen and oxygen. Typically we seek hydrogen gas or oxygen gas. When both are bubbled up and collected together - we create a burnable fuel.

What's HHO?
The combination of hydrogen gas (H2) and oxygen gas (O2) together is called HHO. It is also known as oxyhydrogen and Brown's Gas. HHO is fuel. Burning HHO creates water vapor, in other words - water! HHO is a very green fuel.

What's a Mileage Booster?
An electrolysis device is called an electrolyzer cell, booster cell, or HHO generator. When the HHO is piped into the air intake, the engine burns it as fuel. Using water for fuel reduces normal fuel consumption; However, boosting draws from the alternator (engine power). So, mileage gains are a subject of debate. We have observed gains from -8% to +20%. There are no guarantees & each vehicle responds differently. Expect to tinker to achieve higher mileage gains.

Is Hydrogen Safe?
Yes and No. Hello, We are dealing with explosive gasses! Use extreme caution in testing and adhere to safety guidelines in your builds. Be Safe! Property damage or serious injury may occur. Storing hydrogen, like any other fuel, is generally considered an unsafe practice. However, HHO must never be stored. If sparked, HHO is able to detonate inside the sealed storage container. Do not allow HHO to accumulate. By design, incorporate flash venting into HHO equipment. Self-sealing flash ports, flashback suppressors, bubblers, and engine-on power switching are core components to a safe HHO booster system.

What's a Container Cell?
Previously, the common cell design was a container cell. Stainless plates or tubes were submerged into an outer container. Container cells suffer from severe voltage leaks and lower efficiency.

Why use Neutral Plates?
Car batteries are 12 volts. Alternators are about 14 volts. Target plate voltage is about 2.2 volts. Overdriving plates wastes energy, creates unwanted heat, and leaches chromium. Adding neutral plates between electrode plates divides the voltage down and dramatically increases efficiency. We researched and proved that using neutral plate technology doubled efficiency. Ironhead's open source s-cell gets popular and D3 establishes the 4.3 MMW efficiency milestone. Neutral plate efficiency is standard in the public domain after 2007.

Efficiency -vs- Output
The controls for raising HHO output are: greater plate surface area, stronger electrolyte solution, thinner gaskets, and less neutral plates! Two electrode [12 volt] boosters are only 1.0 MMW Novices quickly learn that even small cells can draw 70 amps. In most cases, Efficiency is far more important than output volume. This becomes critical when seeking mileage boosting gains. The ultimate prerequisite and drive for efficiency comes in researching the self-running hho engine. The factors for raising efficiency are: more steel (higher ss cost), more neutral plates (bell curve), no voltage leaks (holes in plates), lower elyte bonding energy {on the periodic chart - notice Potassium (K) is more efficient than Sodium (Na)}. It took years of research to bring you this list!

D3 developed a measurement standard to allow dissimilar cell designs to be analyzed and compared with out saying it looks like this one has more bubbles. Really - it was a problem! MMW efficiency output (milliliters per minute per watt) allows any cell to be compared directly to any other cell or design. Divide the hho output produced in a minute (ml) by the watts used in that minute (w). Thus, ml/w = MMW rating. If people do not have a cell MMW rating - you probably should not purchase from them. Whether being slippery or just ignorant, there are better people to work with. Further problems where identified with MMW. Two electrode cells at 12 volts create steam in the hho. This was refined by temperature adjusting the hho to room temperature. Warm hho or hot hho with water vapor erroneously scores higher in MMW, temperature adjusting to cold hho (STP) is a more accurate MMW rating.

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