Roni Schmeling wrote:
How much water is placed in the cell? How do I control the consumption of this water?
You are speaking about the car kit. Fill the cell almost until full.
You will have the aluminum connector out the top, sealed, so if the level of the water rises, it will not overflow anywhere. so let\’s say like 95% full is good.
The consumption of the water should not diminish very much.
I drove a car from Florida to Texas which was 2150 Kms and we didn\’t have any loss of water volume. If we were making large volumes of HHO that would be different, but we\’re not.
In that water is added a corrosion inhibitor?
No, it is not necessary and it is not advised to put a corrosion inhibitor.
Where will the positive pole of the connection? The cell that I bought should have a protection on the positive pole as the picture on the website and did not come like that.
I don\’t provide any pole protections. Can you show me the picture you\’re speaking about? It\’s just a shrink wrap, plain and simple. The experimentor is responsible for that.
the positive pole of the cell is the outside short screw, this is connected to the inside of the 5\” outer sphere, and in turn it is connected to the positive pole of the battery. Some people are playing around and experimenting with connecting this part of the cell to the negative pole and connecting the positive battery to the inner sphere of the moe-joe cell. I think both are good ideas to experiment with now, and I have noticed a stronger healing response to the cell being hooked up +ve battery inside and negative outside the cell.