Lets go in to just a few reasons why hydrogen dry cell kits are the king to the older wet cell designs.
The wet cells design tends to have voltage leakage around the edges of the plates. With this leakage had a loss of Hydrogen output from the fuel cell. This also meant you had to produce more and more voltage to your generator in order to produce the amount of desired hho gas. With the power not reaching your plates also means you will not get the desired increase in fuel mileage you where looking for. This loss of current is not present in hydrogen dry cells plan. These HHO dry cell designs, the voltage is focused on the plates them self, this is why the hho dry cells design is able to produce more hydrogen as fuel with fewer amps.
A typical hydrogen dry cell design is made of four to five neutral plates, encased in several positive and negative plates. The reason behind the neutral plates is to help lower the voltage on the negative and positive plates. This makes the hho fuel cell run more efficient. The hho dry cell design also produces less heat. This helps the dry cell design produce more hho gas over the older water4gas kits and the wet cell hydrogen generator design, using less power.
A great improvement of the hho dry cell over the wet cell designs is the size of the unit. Making it much easier to find a good mounting location in todays compact cars. Building a simple 4in x 4in hho dry cell produces more hho gas then the older 6in x 12in wet cell design. If it wasn't for this improvement in the hho design, it would be hard to find a location in some cars today. Being able to mount the cell in many more places over the wet cell design.
With these advancements in fuel cell technology and going green. It is now easier then ever for anyone to build one of these fuel cells. Hundreds of these design plans are available on the internet. Purchasing one for under $300 used to be quite a challenge. My team and I decided to start testing these kits for everyone looking for one. Let me be one of the first to tell you that there was a bunch of these fuel cell kits that did not preform as we would have liked. Although there was also a few that did preform. After many hours at our shop we found the ones that produced the most hho and where the easiest to build and install.
We also found that many companies selling these kits where only out to make a buck or two. The designs we approved had to have some sort of help for the customers. They also had to be cheap enough for the customer. So we where able to cut deals with the producers of these designs. So that you can save money in the long run on one of these kits. The kits we offer where originally over $130 and we where able to talk them in to lowering the price below $100. As you can imagine a few of these companies did not want to drop there price very much at all. Once they did get there prices down for the visitors to our site we decided to write reviews on there product.
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Jason Tyler (Auto Mechanic Team)
Gas Conversion (Hydrogen/HHO Fuel Cell) Expert