wat to know why our chemical colour is change

by rohit saxena
(delhi ,new delhi ,india)

sir can you tell me when im using 200 grm naoh in 5 liter of distilled water and we give 25 amp current than after some hour that chemical color is change and it become black .and system stop produce hydrogen so sir please tell me why its happen and after that we use 3.5 liter distilled water and 3 teaspoon naoh than again same think happen this time it take 15 min and our system stop work .again we give 25 amp current from our battery ,sir please help me this is my college product and do not understand that how much distilled water we use and how much naoh in grm we mixer to get 3 litter hydrogen in a mint.so sir please help me out give ur best advice so that i can complete my project and complete my college life thank

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200g in 5 liters! WOW!
by: granmar

sir can you tell me when im using 200 grm naoh in 5 liter of distilled water and we give 25 amp current than after some hour that chemical color is change and it become black .and system stop produce hydrogen so sir please tell me why its happen and after that we use 3.5 liter distilled water and 3 teaspoon naoh than again same think happen this time it take 15 min and our system stop work .again we give 25 amp current from our battery ,sir please help me this is my college product and do not understand that how much distilled water we use and how much naoh in grm we mixer to get 3 liter hydrogen in a mint.so sir please help me out give ur best advice so that i can complete my project and complete my college life thank.

First, I do not know what types of materials you claim to be using… it should be stainless steel, 316L and the plates should be specially spaced apart.
Second, the electrolyte should be distilled water
Third, the battery should be a 12volt battery (12.5-14.00v). The amps being drawn will determine how many LPM (liters per minute) you will produce.
Forth, the size of engine is crucial in determining how much and how strong the electrolyte should be
Fifth, the system should be cool in operation.

Typically, you would use between 1/8 and 1/4 LPM HHO gas per liter of engine size. I.e. a 2.5 liter engine would benefit from about 1/3 LPM HHO gas.

This translates to roughly 10gm NaOH or KOH per liter of distilled water.

My guess about the colour of your water going 'black' as you described is it depends on the kind of metal you have used for your 'plates,' but also the amount of power you are using. 25 amps will be boiling your electrolyte and most of your production is likely to be steam. That, in itself will neutralise the effects you are trying to achieve. HHO gas is not to be used as a fuel, but simply as an additive (catalyst) to your normal petrol or diesel fuel. It increases the combustibility from about 30% to close to 92%, if correctly administered, resulting in cooler engine operation, cleaner exhaust, almost void of CO, CO2 and massive reductions in NOX. You should also experience substantial savings in fuel used, have a quieter engine, smoother running with noticeably increased torque. The main exhaust output is pure water.

SO… use 1 later of distilled water and about 7gm NaOH or KOH and try from there, slightly increasing the NaOH or KOH each 3-5 minutes to about 10g.

I hope this helps you

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by: Hydrogen-Generators-USA.com

You do not say what material your HHO Generator is made from.
All metal will have some impurities at first, I am guessing you are not using 316L Stainless Steel?

Thank You

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