Bubbler required?

by Marco
(Santa Fe, NM)

Hi there, I have been playing with hydrogen for many years, actually when fooling the computers was still a tricky gambling act. Now with the FS2 HHO chips, piece of cake. But, I am switching from a Ford Expedition, which improved from 16MPG to 21MPG with a homemade generator and the FS2 HHO chip, to a Dodge 3500, 5.9 Cummins. Now I read somewhere that a bubbler is recommended (never used one on the Expedition....). Can you explain to me why a bubbler? Thanks!!

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by: granmar

Hi there, I have been playing with hydrogen for many years, actually when fooling the computers was still a tricky gambling act. Now with the FS2 HHO chips, piece of cake. But, I am switching from a Ford Expedition, which improved from 16MPG to 21MPG with a homemade generator and the FS2 HHO chip, to a Dodge 3500, 5.9 Cummins. Now I read somewhere that a bubbler is recommended (never used one on the Expedition....). Can you explain to me why a bubbler? Thanks!!

Hi Marco,

Why do people in aircraft wear seat belts? Or in vehicles? They are supposed to reduce death in any accident.

A BUBBLER serves a couple of very important needs.

IF you have a backfire,it could ignite the gas in your generator. Why? Because the flame does NOT need oxygen from the air to burn… it has a plentiful supply of its own. It would still burn in space! It is also 3.5 times more combustible than normal hydrogen!

Second… it DRIES the gas prior to the air intake and prevents any droplets of moisture from being sucked into the engine, which might well damage it.

It is also a good visual method of seeing that gas is actually getting into the engine.

Hope this helps!

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by: Hydrogen-Generators-USA.com

Hi Marco,

You should use either a bubbler or dryer. With a bubbler you will need a check valve to prevent the solution from going back into the hho generator.

I would recommend a hho dryer which will keep any contaminants from entering your engine. You should take the dryer filter out and rinse (tap water is ok) about ounce a month.

Thank You

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