Operational temperature of HHO generators
The quality of ‘cool’ HHO is much better and it contains less undesirable components, such as water vapour. This results in better economy gains.
Cool operating generators require less maintenance and have a much longer service life.
When HHO generators become hot, they consume more electricity, which in turn causes the generator to continue getting hotter and conduct even more electricity.
This undesirable condition is called “Thermal Runaway”. It will inevitably boil the water in the system and stop hydrogen production
To prevent this problem, every HHO installation requires a current controller.
A CCPWM – Constant Current Pulse Width Modulator is necessary to provide a fixed, stable supply of current to the hydrogen generator.
A correctly selected generator of proper design, size and rating is also essential for the system to be effective.
How to select correct equipment
PWM hydrogen current controller explained
Amount of hydrogen required per size of the engine
How to convert engines to use hydrogen as primary fuel
What happens when too much hydrogen is supplied to an engine
How to calculate maximum Hydrogen output