Scarecrow Labs - 20080804 - 3.5hp Genset Runs on HHO

Testing the performance of the EBN, Inc. (Energy Builders Network) prototype 101 plate electroyser. During this test, we run a 3.5hp, 1500va Generator on HHO. Just to show it can be done. These are the stats: Engine is a 3.5hp 4-cycle, 87cc Generator is capable of 1200w continuous with 1500w peaks Electrolyser is powered from 120vAC house current rectified to 146vDC at 13 amps. Gas volume produced is about 9 liters per minute. It has has 101 316L stainless steel plates in an 8" x 8" form factor. So there is no misunderstanding, no, the generator is not able to put out enough juice to power the electrolyser. Yet.

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