HHO Dry Cell Technology
What Makes Our HHO Dry Cell The Best?
The HHO dry cell (or hydrogen fuel cell) is an important innovation that is getting the attention of vehicle owners everywhere who are interested in reducing the cost of fueling their vehicles. A hydrogen fuel cell can be created in many ways. Our design uses electricity from your vehicle’s battery to split water (H20) into its component gases, hydrogen and oxygen. This typically occurs in a 2:1 atomic ratio of 2 H2 + O2 which is the same proportion as water. The resulting gas oxyhydrogen is referred to as HHO or Brown’s gas (named after the famed Bulgarian scientist, Yull Brown). This gas is three times more powerful than normal gasoline, yet it burns with the chemical stability of water. All of this takes place under controlled conditions in the combustion chamber. Other than improved fuel economy, many drivers have also reported an increase in horsepower along with a smoother, quieter engine operation. Important to keeping our planet green, vehicles using this technology also produce cleaner emissions.
Oxyhydrogen will combust when brought to its auto-igniting temperature. For a stoichiometric mixture at normal atmospheric pressure, auto-ignition occurs at about 570 °C (1065 °F). The minimum energy required to ignite such a mixture with a spark is about 0.02 millijoules. At normal temperature and pressure, oxyhydrogen can burn when it is between about 4% and 94% hydrogen by volume.
When ignited, the gas mixture converts to water vapor and releases energy, which sustains the reaction: 241.8 kJ of energy (LHV) for every mole of H2 burned. The amount of heat energy evolved is independent of the mode of combustion, but the temperature of the flame varies. The maximum temperature of about 2800 °C is achieved with a pure stoichiometric mixture, about 700 degrees hotter than a hydrogen flame in air. When either of the gases is mixed in excess of this ratio, or when mixed with an inert gas, like nitrogen, the heat must spread throughout a greater quantity of matter and the temperature will be lower.
HHO dry cell systems can be configured to produce HHO gas on-demand either (a) through an on/off switch or (b) for as long as your vehicle’s engine is running. The HHO produced is then channeled through the intake manifold into the combustion chamber to mix with gasoline. In doing so the combustion rate of gasoline is greatly enhanced, burning completely and cleaner.
HHO Dry Cell Technology with Titanium
With so many companies claiming to have the best HHO dry cell technology, how can you make the distinction between a bad unit, a good unit, and a great unit? We have reviewed many designs from some of the top companies in the country and they all have the same basic design flaw… the core design is stainless steel plates. We recognize that in the beginning this was the best known metal available to the common builder. In the race to build a more productive unit, the industry has followed a path towards more plates per cell in an effort to better an already flawed design. This has created thousands of “backyard engineers” attempting to make a better wheel. Unfortunately, all this has created is an industry that more resembles a science fair than an alternative to increasing fuel prices and decreasing dependency on foreign oil.
The staff at Hydrogen Assist Development dedicates its resources towards developing a product that stands out from everyone else in the world. We are the only company to offer a complete product line that is comprised of high surface coated plates on a pure titanium substrate. This revolutionary titanium HHO dry cell plate design requires fewer plates than a comparable stainless steel cell. These plates are unique in many ways. First, they create zero corrosion. No rust entering your engine, EVER! No dirty water means no constant maintenance or product tear down. Spend less time monitoring the device, and more time saving money at the pumps! The coating offers a surface area that is over 20 times that of stainless steel. Less metal equates to a design that is smaller and easier to install in the limited space available in modern engine compartments. Our unique dry cell technology requires far less refilling than most other systems on the market. And size does matter, especially when trying to install a unit in any late model vehicle. We took this into consideration when designing our HHO dry cell. Our smallest unit measures approximately 6″ long x 3″ wide x 2″ deep, weighing a mere 1 pound 5 ounces; our larger unit measures approximately 9 3/4″ long x 5″ wide x 3 1/2″ deep, weighing only 3 pounds 9 ounces.