Mixture

by Gerald Charleston
(Las Vegas NV)

How much potasium hydroxide should I mix with a gallon of water. And how often do I recharge or replace the water.


Thanks your time is greatly appreciated !

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Mixture
by: Granmar

Gerald asks: How much potasium hydroxide should I mix with a gallon of water. And how often do I recharge or replace the water.

Hi Gerald. Your question is a bit like "How LONG is a piece of Sting?" in that you have given NO information about your system.

But… as a general rule (and it has been proven recently) that much less HHO gas is required to correctly catalyse the fuel function in any ICE (Internal Combustion Engine).

The aim is to produce approximately ⅛ LPM PER each 1-liter of engine capacity… so a 2-liter engine requires ¼ LPM (liters-per-minute). A 6.3 liter engine would need about ⅞ LPM HHO gas.

You determine this according to the AMPerage draw your vehicle pulls to operate your generator.

How to do that is easy… mix a strong solution of KOH in a SMALL amount of water (100ml) or ⅕ of one pint) and shake thoroughly, (while wearing safety equipment to avoid eye and skin damage!) and then VERY SLOWLY, add A FEW DROPS AT A TIME to your reservoir, until you have the required AMPerage draw showing on your ammeter. 1-LPM HHO gas requires about 12-15 amps of power. Therefore if you need ½ LPM, your engine size would be 4 liters and you would 'pull' about 6-8 amps.

If your vehicle is properly serviced and maintained, then you can expect about 500 hundred hours for a 6+ liter engine. If you have a big-rig, then use multiples of 1/8LPM per liter of engine size. If you have calculated PROPERLY, you will be able to determine exactly how much potasium hydroxide YOU need to put in your gallon of DISTILLED WATER.

1 liter of electrolyte produces about 2700 liters of HHO gas. Depending on your consumption.

I hope this helps.

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