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
- Powder coated steel
- Stainless steel – custom made – see attached photos
- Checker-plate Aluminium
Photos of these systems are shown below
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