Electricity is generated when traditional fuel cell is used. On the other hand, hydrolysis happens when a brown gas fuel cell consumes electricity, thus creating this chemical reaction. This gas is also known as HHO, which is broken down into its two chemical elements, hydrogen and oxygen. The gas is burned by a car’s engine, thus increasing fuel efficiency.
Convert your vehicle now. Follow these simple instructions on how to install your hydrogen fuel cell kit.
Mounting and connecting the fuel cell components
- First, you should mount the fuel cell tank to the fender wall or firewall in the engine component. The tank is molded with flange holes. To fasten this part to the firewall or fender wall, drill hex head sheet metal screws.
- Mount the electrolysis chamber to a rigid engine compartment surface. The device can either be molded with flange holes or it may include a metal strap that fastens around the bubble assembly. This will depend on the type of the fuel cell kit used.
- Drilling hex head sheet metal screws will also fasten this in place.
- Mount the fuel cell relay to the vehicle’s firewall inside the engine compartment. This part will have metal wings as part of its frame. Drill hex head metal screws to fasten this in place.
- Drill a hole in the engine’s air intake housing. Then, screw a threaded horse barb connection to it. Use an adhesive caulk to secure this.
- Connect the newly installed hose barb to the gas output on the HHO fuel cell bubbler.
- Connect the electrolyte tank outlet on the fuel cell bubbler.
If ever you get confused with the instructions provided, you can still ask for a professional’s help with this. It is better to have a professional install this for you than do it the wrong way. A trained mechanic could be of great help and if ever you want to do the installation process yourself in the future, you can just observe him do it so that you will know what to do next time.