How to mix the electrolyte for a new Hydrogen Generator
Now if you live where the generator will freeze Then the easiest way is to use a Pulse Width modulator. We increase the chemicals up to a 28% solution and the water will not freeze till 30 below. We used E - 22 to get those results.
- Remove the fill cap on the top of the Generator.
- Fill the container with Generator with distilled water to the bottom line of the words Patient Pending
- Then find a plastic container ( gallon jug ) pour the water from the generator into the plastic container.
- Add 2 Tablespoons of Sodium Citrate in the ( gallon jug ) and shake until all the Sodium Citrate is dissolved. It will take a couple minutes.
- Then pour the mixed water and electrolyte back into the Generator.
- Now you can hook up the power which will be 12 volts D.C. . It does not matter which stud you hook the positive or the negative wire.
- Next we want to read how many amps the unit is drawing. We want to start out at 5 amps if it is mounted in the engine compartment. This will increase to 13.5 after 2 hours and the temperature of the 185 F And if it is mounted in front of the radiator we can start out higher such as 7 amps because the unit will be air cooled and you will get 25% more hydrogen and oxygen from your unit.
- The unit will put out approximately 150 ml per minute at 5 amps and will produce approximately 210 ml of hydrogen and oxygen at 1 hours and 360 ml per minute at 2 hours the water temperature will be 185 degrees Fahrenheit.
- The temperature will not get higher unless some external source adds to its heat such as too close to the exhaust system.
- IF YOU ARE USING SODIUM HYDROXIDE ( WHICH WE DO NOT RECOMMEND ) IT WILL TAKE 1/2 OF A TEASPOON