This generator removes pure hydrogen and pure oxygen separately, so this hho generator is a separator. I used a 3D printer to get some parts much easier than making them from other materials.
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The walls of the generator are made of 10 mm plexiglass cut, drilled and shaped by me. The gaskets are made of 0.5 mm thick rubber. The stainless steel plates are made of laser cut 316L stainless steel.
The surface where the electrolysis takes place is 100 mm in diameter, so the separators I took out of the 3 d printer have a diameter of 100 mm and a thickness of 5 mm. As you saw in the video, oxygen comes out on the right side and pure hydrogen comes out on the left side.
For electrolysis I used distilled water and a little potassium hydroxide and as usual current from a 12 V car battery. The amps consumed were around 8-10 amps. We used 7 stainless steel plates, 4 of which were made to produce hydrogen and 3 to produce oxygen. You can use more boards if you want a higher production. I’m not going to use this generator for anything, I just built it to get an idea of how you can separate the two gases./Inventive – Water fuel