Winter Time Engine Freeze Question

by Richey
(Chicago)

My understanding is that once the engine combusts the hydrogen, there is steam and water produced through the exhaust.


I was just wondering if there was any steam/water produced in the engine right after combustion which would freeze up in the winter months and would cause ice in the engine ??

thanks in advance

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by: Hydrogen-Generators-USA.com

No, it will not freeze in the engine.

If you don't have a good design and great electronics the generator can freeze.

Our systems can go way below freezing temps.

Thank You

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