What am I thinking, at this site I probably won't have to moderate anything, so I will get on with it.
First I want to say, I am not, nor do I profess to be, an expert on electrolysis so please bear that in mind. It took me a lot of reading, watching video's and experimenting to get here. I don't know all the chemistry of electrolysis so if you talk chemistry to me I won't follow precisely but well enough.
When I first started looking for a gas separating method the only thing I could find was the 2 test tube method posted in Tin man's HHO thread by Physics prof. This test tube method is very inefficient and produces low volumes of gas. I thought there must be a better way, so I got to work on it, eventually figuring this out.
Using multiples of just a few different parts, assembling it properly is the hardest part. Overall this is pretty easy to build and uses cheap and readily available parts and material. But in operation the dry cell is not all that is required. It needs water tanks, bubblers, dryers, flash back arrestors etc. not to mention electrical wiring and connections, so this is not a stand alone device. This cell requires an entire system to go with it, depending on what it is used for or what it is doing.
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