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Details of Gen 10, Gen 15, Gen 20 Hydrogen fuel generator

The Gen 10 , 15 and 20 Hydrogen fuel generator systems are shown below.  These systems are available mounted into enclosures which are either

  1.  Plastic
  2. Powder coated steel
  3. Stainless steel – custom made – see attached photos
  4. Checker-plate Aluminium

Photos of these systems are shown below

Water consumption

Any Hydrogen fuel system running at 12 volts and 23 amp will consume 1 litre of water every 10 hours of operation. This water is converted into Hydrogen gas and oxygen gas.

The standard Gen 10, 15 or 20 Hydrogen fuel system uses a 3 litre water recycling tank to provide water to the system.  This tank should be refilled once the system has consumed a max of 2.5 litres.  Do not let the tanks run empty.

2.5 litre consumption corresponds to 25 hours of driving.

Gen 15 and Gen 20 Systems can be operated at 30 to 35 amp and 12 to 24 volt.  Operating at higher voltage and higher current will produce more gas and consume water faster.

Several trucking companies choose to use stainless steel tanks of 20 litre capacity to  make refills less frequent – see photos attached below.

PWM Power supply units

The Standard Pulse width modulated Power supply Used on systems is the 600 watt power supply.  This unit is fitted to all Gen 10 Systems for use on engines under 4  litre capacity.

The 600 watt power supply is capable delivering 30 amp and 12 volt  or 24 volt.  It is advised to run the system at no more than 25 amp.

Gen 15 and Gen 20 Systems can be fitted with the 600 watt power supply, however for larger engines the 1500 watt power supply is recommended.  The 1500 watt power supply up to 50 amp at 12 volt or 24 volt.  The 1500 watt power supply operates with greater efficiency  at high current output .  Large trucks, trawlers, Generators and 4 wheel drive work vehicles have larger loading and  require increased gas output.

A 3000 watt Pulse width modulator power supply  is also available for larger gas production.

All Power supplies are mounted into a sealed diecast aluminium enclosure box and use cable glands to connect  the wiring – see diagram.   The Power supplies are mounted inside the system enclosure or on the lid of the the system enclosure.  The ammeter and shunt resistor is also securely mounted onto the lid of the diecast aluminium enclosure box.

Controls for the power supply operation are mounted through the side walls of the diecast aluminium enclosure box

Twin Hydrogen Fuel Generator systems

Twin Systems are available as special orders . Twin systems are mounted into a custom made Steel , Stainless steel or Checkerplate aluminium enclosure. – see attached photos

Twin Systems have two  separate power supplies mounted into two separate diecast aluminium power supply boxes.

Twin Systems are ideal for larger 15 litre engines as used on trucking and trawlers

Diecast Aluminium Power supply enclosure

The diecast aluminium enclosure box  is a secure box and has excellent heat dissipation for the internal PWM power supply.

Excellent heat dissipation prevents the electronic components being damaged .  Therefore these PWM power supplies can be used for continual use  in all climatic conditions.

High Pressure Pumping Arrangement

High pressure Pumping system delivers a fluid pressure to the Hydrogen cell system to increase Hydrogen Gas Production.   The Output fluid pressure of the pump  is hydraulically  matched to the cells structure to provide a optimum diffusion coefficient of the cells.

An optimum Diffusion coefficient determines the the rate that acitve hydroxide chemicals in water can react with the plates.

Laminar flow used by most hydrogen buoyancy systems has Very low diffusion coefficient . These buoyancy systems have  much reduced hydrogen generation output.  Poor buoyancy systems  of the high internal resistance at the plate surface making heat , making water boil.

Patented Hydrogen Cell Structure

The Hydrogen Cell structure is a patented arrangement involving Stainless steel 316L .  Stainless steel 316L Plates are inert in an electrolysis reaction using Distilled water / rain water with a potassuim hydroxide electrolyte .  The potassuim hydroxide electrolyte make-up is shown  under the RESOURCES TAB.

Stainless steel 316L Plates  are MIG welded to increase cell efficiency and durability in all off-road rough conditios.

Gen 10, 15 and 20 Systems have individually designed / calculated structure to match the system use and required hydrogen rate output.

Hydrogen cells are sealed using aluminium channels  locked in place with 6 mm stainless steel 316L bolts , wazhers and nuts.

High density Polyethylene (HDPE) is used as the body of cells.  HDPE is inert to chemicals and heat making  an ideal plastic for creating the body of the Hydrogen fuel cells.

Patented Chemical Treatment of Hydrogen generator cells

Stainless steel electrodes are chemically treated inside the sealed cells to increase gas production and gas production.

Chemical treatment provides a protection from cell oxidation / electro-stripping increasing the lifespan of the Hydrogen Generator fuel system.

Metal Cable Glands assembly on Hydrogen generator cells

Metal Cable glands are mounted on the top of the cells high assembly.

The Metal Cable glands are screwed tightly into the HDPE plastic with High pressure GAS Thread tape. This cable gland assembly provides a strong seal for the cell Electrodes on the top of the cell structure-  see photos below.

Metal Cable glands (nickel) are resistant to heat and chemicals and provide an excellent mounting for the cell terminals.

Enclosure box dimensions

System enclosure dimensions in plastic , steel , Stainless steel and Checker-plate aluminium are shown in the table below

Custom made stainless steel enclosures , as shown in photos , are also available

Metal enclosure boxes are fully welded .

Enclosure boxes are Lockable.

Enclosure boxes have nut inserts,  in the base of the boxes  and securing bolts and thick metal straps to use to tie down the systems securely into the mounting box.

System Enclosure Material Dimensions (cm)
Gen 10 Plastic 42 x 21 x 35  high
Gen 10 Steel 44 x 30 x 35  high
Gen 10 Aluminium 44 x 30 x 35  high
Gen 15 Steel 44 x 30 x 35  high
Gen 15 Aluminium 44 x 30 x 35  high
Gen 20 Plastic 42 x 21 x 35  high
Gen 20 Steel 44 x 30 x 35  high
Gen 20 Aluminium 44 x 30 x 35  high
Twin  Gen 20 Steel or aluminium 65 x 44 x 35  high
Twin Gen 15 Steel or Aluminium 65 x 44 x 35  high
     

 

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Photos of the Gen 10 systems in plastic enclosure box and the Gen 15 System mounted into the welded Steel enclosure box welded checkerplate aluminum box.  All boxes are strong, secure and lockable and made of thick metal plate suitable for internal or external exposed mounting, while the welded powder coated  steel enclosure box , best suited for Gen 15 systems  , measures 44 cm x 30 cm wide x 35 cm high

Gen 10 unit in plastic box 2018

Gen 10 unit in plastic box 2018

The Plastic enclosure box measures  42 cm x 21 cm wide x 35 cm high (with alloy power supply  diecast box)

42 cm x 21 cm wide x 35 cm high with lid   mounted power supply

Hydrogen Fuel call kits

Welded checkerplate aluminum box.  All boxes are strong, secure and lockable and made of thick aluminium plate suitable for internal or external exposed mounting.

44 cm x 30 cm wide x 35 cm high with lid   mounted power supply

To further improve the Durability, Efficiency and compact nature of these electrolysis cells we have fully welded all terminals and introduced the use of welded, silver metal cable glands onto the top of the cells .

By Altering the position and type of terminals , we are able to save space, make the unit more rigid and compact  and produced better electrical connections that dont waste electrical energy as Heat energy.   This is also the reason for producing welded electrolysis cells rather than cells which are bolted together with stainless steel bolts.  Welded terminals are far more costly to produce by are far superior to plates which are bolted together. Welded plates are less likely to wear or oxidize .

Another example of our dedication to producing the most  efficient and productive hydrogen generator systems for our clients.

Anderson Plugs and electrical CONNECTIONS

The cable used in these hydrogen generator systems is 6 mm twin core , double insulated cable.

For Trucking and heavy duty systems  8 mm twin core , double insulated cable should be used

50 amp Anderson plugs are fitted to the system .

50 amp Anderson Plugs should be used with the twin core , double insulated cable from the battery to the system.

For Gen 10 systems a 25 amp / 12 volt circuit breaker should be used – see instructions under RESOURCES  Tab.  A 30 amp 12 volt relay circuit should also be used.

For Gen 15 and Gen 20  systems a 30 amp / 12 volt circuit breaker should be used – see instructions under RESOURCES  Tab.  A 30 amp 12 volt relay circuit should also be used. ( used for 1500 watt power supplies only)

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