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So, what makes HHO dry cells an improvement over the earlier wet cell design?

Well fundamentally the electrical contacts on the plates are maintained dry along with the edges of the plates which are away from the electrolyte bath. This is exactly why when compared to a wet cell HHO generator, in which a lot of electrical power is actually wasted in the electrolyte solution, the HHO dry cells are a lot more effective.

In order to comprehend how dry HHO cell works we should first understand more about its predecessor - the wet cell design

Wet cells consist of an electrolyte-filled container wherein the electrodes may be entirely or even partially immersed. They are usually composed of stainless-steel plates, twisted wire, mounting bolts and several other components.


The most important characteristic of a typical wet cell is the fact that it's self-contained. The water tank houses the electrodes as well as the reservoir at the same time.

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Once the electrical power is utilized the electrodes manufacture HHO gas, which flows upward through the entire electrolytic bath and goes out by using a vent placed on the top of the cell. Such type of electrolyzer is invariably less efficient, nevertheless, it still has a few positive factors, simply because they're very easy to construct and also have a lesser number of elements.

Although, a small amount of wet cells generate more than 1.5 lpm (liters per minute) of HHO gas, they usually are stacked together to boost their primary productivity.

The HHO dry cells really are a vast improvement over the previous wet cell model

The equipment of the dry HHO Dry cell is simply maintained dry because it is not submerged in the electrolyte bath, in contrast to the wet cell, which happens to be immersed in the water.

The dry HHO cell makes use of more electrical current compared to the wet cell, which enhances its capability of fabricating HHO gas. It operates much cooler when compared to a wet cell, which keeps the cell from getting hot. The electrical related equipment is also maintained dry, which preserves it from getting damaged.

Its cell plates are divided simply by silicone or rubber gaskets, and therefore the electrolyte is actually enclosed within these gaskets while the main body of the plates is bathed in the electrolyte and so virtually no energy is wasted.

The sides of the plates, as well as all the electrical connectors are outside of the electrolyte bath. Engineers associated with dry cell devices have been experimenting using numerous techniques in order to secure the edges of these plates simply because this is the place where the majority of the energy can be wasted.

Electrolyte is supplied to the cell from an independent tank

This tank is also an important improvement on the wet cell design.

On the wet cell model, the electrolyte was kept in the same tank where the cell was. Because of that, the refilling process was difficult and more frequent.

On the other hand, HHO dry cells have their own independent tank which is kept separate from the cell. This way the dry HHO cell always has just the right amount of electrolyte needed for the electrolysis process to be performed, and the refilling process is made much easier.

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The hho dry cell plates need holes in them to be able to acquire electrolyte within the cell plates, and also to allow the gas to go out. You can find holes near the top of every single plate, in order that the HHO gas can easily move from between the plates towards the outer walls of the cell.

The upper installation on the HHO dry cells enables the HHO gas to stream out from the cell faster and easier.
Additionally, there are openings towards the bottom of each plate enabling the electrolyte to circulate among all plates. This is certainly an area of testing on this cell which is still carried on because dry HHO cell designers appear to have different types of ideas regarding the amount of openings and also the displacement of the openings for the best possible efficiency.