effects of low ambient temperature

do low ambient air temperatures have any negative effects on the operation of the hydrogen generator

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freezing…
by: granmar

My own experience has been driving in -9°F (-23°C) in a Volkswagen Bora 2.0L gasoline engine through Europe in January 2008.

I used an older technology 1LPM Baby Punch at the time, which froze, but I started the car and within 15 minutes, the entire system was operating beautifully, with savings (for me) of 39%!

I now have the latest technology in the same automobile, and here in Moscow, using just a tiny amount of HHO (⅛ LPM) yesterday (March 5th, 2013) we had -8°F (-21°C) and my system worked without any warmup!

If you are using a solution of about 28%, then it should not freeze at all. Once your engine is running, the compartment is sufficiently warm to prevent ANY freezing while driving!

Generally, the instant your system is switched on, you pass an electrical current through your HHO generator plates, electrolysing the water, which will automatically MELT any frozen electrolyte immediately! So… DON'T WORRY!

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Low ambient temperature will not affect the hydrogen generator. They are designed not to freeze.

Thank You

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