Want to build a crude cheap HHO on demand water heater. This is some of my first attempts.
Video Rating: 4 / 5
you clearly need lots more gas, a bigger generator or a holding system..Producer gas goes back to the prewar days. time to reinvent the wheel..
if you pumped the water in the bucket heated to 72 back thru the pipe to be heated again you should get more heat
Nice video, I too always start at the free, cheap end of a project, you learn so much more, Fluid dynamics, !, “Heat exchange” Flow rate, Your flow will in straight linier Pipe, move faster in the centre, and slower at the walls, Giving poor heat exchange from flame to fluid, what to consider is: to put a coil “In to” the pipe Like a helix coil, it forces wall clinging fluid into the central flow, & so carrying the heat too, it’s a cheap heat exchanger.( Fluid Mixer).
Thom in Scotland.
Should say kiln liner, not lion.
Some pretty crazy comments on here. Take a solid core steel rod about 10 in long, place ur torches on each end of rod. Spiral ur copper around the rod keeping closes, but not touching. Make tight twist so u get as many revolutions as possible. Use thick bailing wire to secure and keep copper from touching rod. Now wrap with a lion liner wool and watch the difference. You will be surprised. Good luck.
@funnie1.com Add lime juice and baking soda to your water to keep your cells cleaner and it produces higher amps and lower volts due to higher conductivity.
Check out Denny Kline’s conductivityTest and you will find the hho flame adjusts itself to the task . I suggest you try ceramic. Kudos!
have you tryed this burning salt water to make more hho
double wall will contain your water, the inner bucket will hold you all your hho torch equipment. make or buy a cheep sprinkle that rotates 360 degree, have the sprinkle retro fitted with hho torch heads, feed hho into it
size the buckets size the for the sprinkler, note the double wall of water should be thin and insulated….your double wall container will have in and out port make, add 2-3 sprinkler to the container asneed for noe heet output. eloid was the fist to invent this concept!!!
why dont you make a double wall contain ie buck with a bucket, fill the inner
Nice one man. Check this one
HHO Epoch Oxy Hydrogen Generator Cooking 1
Try to use ceramic to wrap around the copper tube. You will get better results!
wow good job man. My only suggestion would be to try a rocket stove mass heater design type. This may help hold heat. But I think thats what you were going for with your crimped copper tubing. How did that work? Did it increase your heat?
@overunitydotcom It was only fractionally better than the others. I have been working on tons of stuff and one of them is the next version of a water heater. When i finish that and make a video, i will include the results of that last one you saw.
Lots to come!
What came out of the last experiment, where you wrapped the copper
wire around the copper tube ?
Did it heat more ?
Well done and good luck with your experiments.
@dominicboisvert – There are some usefull parts on both but the problem is, the amount of holes which the gas comes out of. Too many holes causes flashbacks. Propaine holes are much smaller and better suited for HHO.
@mphandel The holding tank version will be ready for video in about a month.
I have other better ideas for ondemand water heaters which i am working on now. Over the summer i will have lots of usefull videos that combine solar and hydroxy.
can we convert a propane or a natural gas appliance and water heater to hho
p.s very good videos thank. step by step for a polution free energy
Do you have a vid on the holding tank version,,,,,I’d like to make one of those myself.
And can that unit be idled somehow to heat the surounding home air on gravity basis?
that is the coolest hho heater on demand i have ever seen !
well done .. i did wonder if the stainless would work aswell
oil holds heat better …. or you can use very salted water
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