how to Install Hydrogen cell
The Dry Fuel Cell is the heart of the system that generates the HHO gas and cools down the engine. You will need to find a place in the engine compartment to mount your new Dry Fuel Cell. It MUST BE MOUNTED UPRIGHT WITH THE CHANNEL IRON MOUNTS LEVEL TO THE GROUND & The fitting openings facing NORTH to the sky, and NOT side mounted or it will not work properly and you will have unstable amp draw that could blow the fuse. It should be mounted and secured in such a manner as to assure that it cannot bounce around when the vehicle hits bumps etc. Your Dry Fuel Cell comes with mounting holes which make your cell easy to install. Be sure to install your new Dry Fuel Cell so that it can easily be accessed and can be conveniently cleaned and serviced or inspected from time to time. Your new Dry Fuel Cell comes with a Reservoir/Bubbler that looks similar to the one above.
Make sure that your Reservoir/Bubbler is installed the same as you see in the illustration. As you can see, the Reservoir/Bubbler needs to be higher than your Dry Fuel Cell. Furthermore, make sure ALL hose connections to the fittings are securely tightened with hose clamps and in the rare event there happens to be a fitting leaking at any of the threads, use Teflon tape or plumber’s Goop to seal them according to the product’s instructions. This system works off of gravity and will not work properly if it’s not installed right. There are no pumps involved with the circulation. If using twin (double) Dry Fuel Cells, connect them only in parallel as seen in illustration above, including the wiring; in series method should not be used as it will not work properly. The other important device that needs to be installed with the Dry Fuel Cells is the vaporizer condenser. Some call this a scrubber. This device needs to be installed upright as seen in the illustration. In any case, this keeps the electrolyte from entering into the engine which could cause damage by cylinder washout or trigger the check engine light. It also keeps buildup from occurring in the output line. If any electrolyte enters the vaporizer, it will eventually be sucked back into the bubbler tank after the engine is turned off. If you install the Dry Fuel Cell without this, you are taking a chance of the engine sucking electrolyte into the intake manifold. This is particularly damaging to diesel engines because it could easily cause engine lockup. If you’re not sure of something, pick up the phone and give us a call.
Dry Fuel Cell Performance Notes:
Multiple Dry Fuel Cells can be used to increase HHO output capacity (LPM) if fuel mileage gain is unsatisfactory. Of course this is with the understanding that you have leaned out ALL of the computerized sensors (where applicable) as outlined herein and followed ALL instructions. An example of this is, if you have a single Dry Fuel Cell, you can add another one in parallel and test the vehicle’s fuel mileage. It is possible to use a total of three fuel cells in parallel with the 30 amp pulse width modulator and the 3/8 inch ID hose. If you connect more than three fuel cells you will need to connect them in parallel and in twos (pairs controlled by separate or dual control pulse width modulators). When connecting the Dry Fuel Cells in parallel, view them as one single Dry Fuel Cell. It is also possible to run multiple Dry Fuel Cells of 4 or more with 3/8 ID hose if you run them in pairs using the same configuration as seen in the dual (twin) Dry Fuel Cell illustration. To accomplish this you will need to install 2 additional 3/8 x 1/4 NPT plastic fittings into the bottom of the bubbler tank for each additional pairs of fuel cells to accommodate the output and input hoses from the Dry Fuel Cells to the bubbler tank. Two pairs of Dry Fuel Cells (totaling 4 Dry Fuel Cells) can use two 30 amp separate or dual control pulse width modulators to control the two pairs of Dry Fuel Cells. Keep in mind that a 30 amp pulse width modulator can only handle under 30 amps and to run it higher than that will damage it. The dual pulse width modulator or two separate pulse width modulators will allow you to control the two pairs of Dry Fuel Cells at different amp rating if you desire. If you want to add more Dry Fuel Cells, pair them in twos and control them as aforementioned. This way you will not have to use larger ID hoses and connections. Separate Dry Fuel Cells will run cooler than one large Dry Fuel Cell in most cases. Nonetheless, the Dry Fuel Cell will only perform at it best after the engine has reached full running temperature with the factory recommended engine thermostat (engines that run too cool or do not reach factory recommended running temperature will not experience the best fuel mileage gain). Experience has shown that short runs will yield less fuel mileage gains whereby the longer the run the better the fuel mileage gain because the Dry Fuel Cell must warm up to run at its full performance capacity. Average warm up time is 10 minutes. Thus if you drive short runs of that duration with a full cooling down of the engine in between the runs, you will not see much fuel mileage gain. In freezing temperatures it will be necessary to use antifreeze in the bubbler tank reservoir. Such antifreeze used in windshield washer reservoirs or mobile home water holding tanks will do the trick, but you will have to increase the electrolyte mix to offset the additive. An amp meter will aid in setting the correct electrolyte mix to amp draw ratio as outlined in the electrolyte mix instructions.
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Computerized diesel engine applications may need a computer HHO chip for fuel consumption efficiency. Such devices are referred to as “efie’s” (electronic fuel injection enhancers) which are applicable to both gas and diesel applications.
Try to install your new Dry Fuel Cell as far away from the heat of your engine. Locate the coolest available place in the engine area. We cannot give you an exact number here for what is “too hot”, because there is a combination of heating factors here. There is a situation called Thermal Runaway, where an increase in ambient temperature combined with to high of electrolyte mix can lead to a destructive result to the Dry Fuel Cell. You can prevent this from happening by following instructions below and utilizing what’s called a pulse width modulator (PWM) to keep a stable current draw to Dry Fuel Cell.
Your new Dry Fuel Cell device is operated by vacuum pressure from your vehicle’s engine, plus a 12 Volt supply from your vehicle’s electrical system. The device is designed to operate on 12 Volts. Refer to the wiring diagram below. If you’re not sure, consult with your auto mechanic, or contacting us for help.
Connecting The Power Source
Please refer to the illustration below for typical wiring configuration for powering the Dry Fuel Cell. The diagram may vary if you use a pulse width modulator (PWM) as described further in this installation instructions below.
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1. Identify a point in your vehicle’s electrical system which has 12 Volts (positive) present ONLY WHEN THE ENGINE IS IN THE RUNNING ignition position for connecting to the Dry Fuel Cell positive electrical connection terminal. Be sure to install an amp meter where you can easily view the amp draw of the Dry Fuel Cell at all times, possibly inside the vehicle. If you use a pulse width modulator (PWM), this can aid in a stable amp draw to the Dry Fuel Cell because you can set the amp draw at a specific setting which is covered further in this installation.
2. Connect the black terminal of Dry Fuel Cell to a good ground source near the Dry Fuel Cell. If using a pulse width modulator (PWM), see illustration dealing with this type wiring schematic below.
How To Run Your HHO Gas Into Your Vehicle.
Now it’s time to connect the HHO gas output line to your vehicle so you go much further on a tank of gas. (Follow the diagram below).