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by kunal johri
(meerut ,uttar pradesh ,india)

sir please tell me what chemical ur using in hydrogen cell to get max hydrogen how much amp it take to make hydrogen how can you control amp and battry life if hydrogen get more amp .

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by kunal johri
(meerut ,uttar pradesh ,india)

sir please tell me what chemical ur using in hydrogen cell to get max hydrogen how much amp it take to make hydrogen how can you control amp and battry life if hydrogen get more amp .

Hi Kunal Johri,

The chemical:
The industry (as well as I) recommend either KOH (Potassium Hydroxide) or NaOH (Sodium Hydroxide… sometimes called caustic soda) added to distilled water only!

The power - AMPS:
Each generator has its own peculiarities and vehicle into which is placed a generator also has its own peculiarities. That said, my car–a 2002 VW Bora, with a 2-liter, 115 HP rated 4-cylinder, petrol engine–uses about 2-3 amps for remarkable performance increases! I am running about 50% fuel economy over VW ratings up to speeds of about 2,800 RPM (100kms/hr). When I increase speed in excess, I SHOULD increase the production slightly by adding more electrolyte catalyst (NaOH or KOH) to the fixed amount of water or in other words, increase the percentage solution by another 1-2AMP draw. It is the percentage solution that determines the power draw in amps.

We measure the 12.5-14v battery current draw in AMPS. Once you have determined approximately the concentration you need of chemical in the distilled water, you will do a trial-and-error check until you achieve the desire performance results, providing that you vehicle is properly tuned and serviced. If, of course, you have a vehicle with an OBDC II or OBDC III, you will need an E.F.I.E. and/or MAP/MAF device and a good recommendation is to use a PWM (Pulse Width Modulator), which further adds benefit to your engine's function and performance.

The Battery Life:
The amount of so-called "Battery Life" is irrelevant, as you have a good reserve built into any typically mass-produced vehicle.

I hope this helps your better understanding.

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