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61 Plate Dry Cell - 1 Stack (Battery Powered)

 
 

Are you interested in a Big one? Do you want to take Electrolysis to the next level?
 

First of all, what kind of voltage do we need to power 61 plates? I ran a configuration and here is what I came up with:
Using 120 Volts DC as a power source, 61 plates will provide 2. volts across each water cell. Second; how much HHO gas can this monster make? Here is what my configurator predicts:
 

 

 

Why 12 inch plates? We are talking 120 volts here.  It is the number of plates that increases our HHO production and  efficiency. We need individual plate voltage to be around 2 volts. The size of the plates determines our Current Density efficiency. If the plate surface is too small, it will cause excess heat. We need them to be large enough to make 46 LPM of HHO. That is going to require 75 amps of current passing across 144 sq. inches of each plate. That equates to 0.54 amps per sq. inch, and 10.61 ML of HHO per water cell, per amp.

What could this monster be used for?

  • Trucks and Cars that have space to accommodate a big cell - with a lot of batteries.

  • Vehicles that can carry the weight efficiently.

  • 4 cylinder engines that want to run on 100% HHO.

If you want to make even more LPM, then increase the size of the plates. Use my Cell Configurator for a better understanding.

 

 

 

 

 

Battery INFO

   
  A battery with a capacity of 1 amp-hour should be able to continuously supply a current of 1 amp to a load for exactly 1 hour, or 2 amps for 1/2 hour, or 1/3 amp for 3 hours, etc., before becoming completely discharged. In an ideal battery, this relationship between continuous current and discharge time is stable and absolute, but real batteries don't behave exactly as this simple linear formula would indicate. Therefore, when amp-hour capacity is given for a battery, it is specified at either a given current, given time, or assumed to be rated for a time period of 8 hours (if no limiting factor is given).
   
  Instant Wattage used = 9,000 Watts for 75 amps of instant power
  Hourly Amp Hours needed = 750 AH for 1 hour of operation at 75 amps
  24 Hours AH needs = 18,000 AH of stored power.
   
 
   
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