Terminology of HHO Booster Cells and Sensors

Electrolyte: Water and a chemical
Used to make the water more conductive so electricity will flow through it for our hydrogen production in our hydrogen boosters. Usually the best is sodium or potassium hydroxide. Some use salt, and some use baking soda. But for longevity of the stainless steel plates you really should use sodium or potassium hydroxide, commonly know as Lye.


Posted under Engine Sensors, Hydrogen Boosters

This post was written by Michael on November 11, 2008

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Oxygen Sensor Basics and the EFIE

This question comes up a lot. There are literally thousands of models of car, and each has it’s own design. The number of oxygen sensors can vary from one to four or more. Do all of them need EFIE’s to operate properly with fuel saving devices?


Posted under Engine Sensors

This post was written by Michael on November 9, 2008

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