So this is it ........now let me explain.
The entire tank is made from Lexan. Itís in this odd shape to accommodate my working space in my truck. In the picture the plates are way over exaggerated and there will be more groupings but the general configuration will go -NNNNN+NNnn....and so on. The cell is just like ZeroFossilFuelís VSPB except sideways and different baffling. Check it out on YouTube, itís his #94 video. All the plates except for the Neutral ones will have a tab that extends outside the tank for a SS rod to thread through and hook up the positive and negative leads. (Indicated in red) The plates themselves are SS 316L where the top edge rises at a slight pitch. The pitch is so rising bubble that want to flow up will be directed to where they can escape. Baffle plates enclose all the plates except for the bottom right and top left that are left open. (Indicated with yellow arrows) These areas are not covered with Lexan and allow for inflow of solution and outflow. The small chamber that connects to the inflow of the plates is flooded with water from a pump. The input of the pump comes from the rest of the Lexan tanks outflow nozzle. (Indicated with green) So the water in the Lexan tank outflows into the pump, then into the small chamber, fills the cell holding all the plates, out the top on the left, then all over again. This is for three purposes, 1, If I wanted I could hook a water cooler inline to the cell to keep the water at a constant temp. and keep Amps down, regulated. 2, The water is washing through carrying HHO bubbles that like to stick to the plates. 3, Opens the cell to new water and electrolyte allowing better production. Because the water level is higher in the Lexan tank (indicated with blue) you never get a waterfall effect but the water flow is always moving.
Thatís Vulcanís cell, comments, concerns, questions? Tell me what you think. Later.