Part name Example
Heavy Duty Generation container module 1 each: 4" Diameter Electrical Conduit or PVC Pipe X 6" long
Distribution Cap   2 each: 4" Electrical Conduit or PVC Pipe Caps
Heat proof / water proof sealant 1 tube: Teflon or PVC or Pipe Cement (teflon is the best)
Snap-In Electrodes 2 each: 3/8" X 6" Nickel Steel Stove Bolts (regular steel or galvanized will corrode)
Clamp-on Insulated Connector 1/2: Jumper Cable or 1 heavy duty Electrical Test Clip (Red Connector)
Clamp-on Insulated Ground Connector 1/2: Jumper Cable or 1 heavy duty Electrical Test Clip (Black Connector)
Clamp-on Gas Feed Hose 1 each: 3 feet of rubber/vinyl or hydraulic hose
Hose Clip 1 each: 3-4" piece of Steel Wire
Module Retainer Strap 1 each: 6-12" Rubber Bungee Cord or Steel Wire
Easy Fill Funnel 1 each: Plastic or Metal Funnel
Electrolyte Ingredients 1 tablespoon potassium hydroxide or 1 tablespoon of baking soda
Catalyst Materials 1/4 teaspoon phosphoric acid (naval jelly - rust remover)

Assembly Instructions
  • Prepare one end of the container module and bottom cap with Teflon or PVC sealant
  • Seal the bottom cap (water tight) onto the prepared end of the container module
  • In the second Cap, Drill two 3/8" holes for the Electrodes
  • In the second Cap, Drill one 1/4" hole for the Feed Hose
  • Insert the 2 Electrodes in the 3/8" cap holes and secure in place with sealant (make air tight)
  • Slip the Feed Hose into the 1/4" cap hole and secure in place with sealant (make air tight)
  • Put about 1 tablespoon of potassium hydroxide or 1 tablespoon baking soda into the container module
  • Fill the container module about 3/4 full with plain tap water
  • Snap the second Cap with hose and electrodes onto the (top) of the container module
  • Attach the Black Cable between 1 Electrode and power negative (ground)
  • Attach the Red Cable between the other electrode and power positive
  • Supply power - the unit will begin producing Hydrogen and Oxygen