Exhaust system concerns.

by Todd Sabins
(Warren, Michigan USA)

To whom it may concern,

I was talking with someone today who made their own hydrogen generator setup, and one thing he asked me, is if I had a stainless exhaust system in my new cargo van. I asked why? He responded by saying their is an increase in the amount of water that flows through the exhaust, which may cause the system to corrode and fail faster than without a hydrogen system. Do you think this is a valid point, or should this not be a real concern.

Thanks in advance.

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by: granmar

I agree with the reply, too.

The amount of water that is going to be ejected, through the system, is negligible, leaving a purer cleaner water when the engine IS switched off! Water saturated with CO, CO2 and NOs is highly acidic, and will corrode far quicker than with water from HHO!

I have used HHO for almost 5 years - no corrosion so far! (I live in Russia!)

by: Response From

Hi Todd,

No, this should not be a concern.

Stainless steel will not rust or corrode with water like ordinary steel does.

Stainless steel will stain, usually under low oxygen, high salinity, or poor circulation environments.

We are not talking about a lot of excess water out your exhaust pipe.

In business for over 5 years and not one customer has complained about this.

Thanks for sharing your question.

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