I need help in this regard. I had successfully built a 7 cells 4x4 that produced about 1 LPM of HHO. I need about 2lpm for my 2003 Dodge Ram 2500 diesel that I have been using 100% biodiesel that I make myself. It has 5.9 l motors. I double the cells in this configuration +nnnnn-nnnnn+ and expecting double the output. I also have it reversed of polarity when test out. To my surprise that is not the case, it is drawing about the same amp 13-15 A as the 7 cells and actually produces a bit less than 1 LPM than the 7 cells? The power source comes from 12v battery hooks up to a 15a charger at the same time. Could it be the 15a charger limitation is the cause? My thought is for parallel cells voltage is the same and current is different double in this case but it is not since the charger max out at 15a.
The original 7 cells runs at about 12-15a.
I am lost? Can someone please help me demistify this? I want to get about 2lpm for the biodiesel truck and do not want to build 2 separate 7 cells!
Thank you in advance for any reply.