I hope this is posted in the right category. Since I stumped on and understood the importance of Ohmasa’s water gas process thanks to the information divulged by MFMP’s project OHMA, I have devoted some time to look for the controversial issue of the so called HHO flame temperature. Is within this context that I found a YouTube Channel that I initially thought was an Argentinian (but is Uruguayan, their accents are very similar in Spanish) that has been doing HHO experiments since more than a decade ago, and has built a seemingly thriving commercial business out of it. Of particular interest are:
His temperature flame tests, which finds a 950 degrees Celsius for pure HHO
His industrial heaters installations, his industrial heater rated at 50000 Kcal/hour that runs on an electrolyzer that produces 30 Liters per minute of HHO per minute with a 6KW/Hour input.
And his genset test apparently running a 2.2 kw generator, with a 1 Kw load of electric heaters, with the gas produced by an electrolyzer of 1.4 Kw of power consumption.
The guy does not say nor advertises as overunity, nor tells this is anything but a clean method for solving heating needs and saving some gasoline/diesel in transport applications (he sells kits for cars, pick ups and load trucks). But in his video comments you can clearly see he is aware of the energy “anomaly” that a look to the numbers imply, but treats it with caution.