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Non-return Valve HHO

Non-return Valve HHO

non-return valve for hho welderNon-return Valve for HHO Welder

HHO Liquid/Gas Check Valve housing with diaphragm. Will work with vacuum between 2 and 29 in. Hg. and pressures from 1 psi up to 150psi. .5 lb. cracking pressure on all sizes and materials. * Designed for use with any [strong or mild] alkali, acid, or salt electrolyte. No other valve is as versatile. * The sealing surface on these valves is seamless all the way around with no parting line. This assures these valves are leak-proof – so many valves are available that are not suitable for this application, and will leak. * Zero-gravity design uses a free-floating diaphragm, which allows valve to be oriented in any direction with immediate response to even the slightest change in pressure or flow. * Extremely sensitive to pressure or flow fluctuations. * The valve body is constructed of exceptionally high-strength 100% virgin nylon, having excellent resistance to corrosion, and excellent mechanical characteristics. * The Neoprene diaphragm easily rates the highest in resistance to alkalies (sodium hydroxide; potassium hydroxide), and to salts (sodium bicarbonate (baking soda)), acids (vinegar) and alcohol. It also scores the highest in tensile strength, abrasion, resilience, elasticity, hardness, impact resistance, electrical resistance, and flame resistance. The service temperature (° F) rating is -65 to 300, and is the broadest operating rage of the five most common diaphragm materials compared. * Operating parameters: o 1 to 150 PSI application range o 0.5 PSI cracking pressure o Single barb fittings for leak-proof seal with pressure up to 150 PSI, without the use of clamps or ties o Operating temperature range of -65 to 300° F Check valves are characterized by their ability to provide unidirectional flow to gas or liquid. This quality makes them indispensable in electrolyzer systems: a) They prevent back-pressure in an electrolyzer (generator), significantly reducing the possibility of gas being ignited and causing an explosion in the generator, in the event of an engine backfire. b) Placed between the electrolyzer and bubbler, they prevent water from being drawn from the bubbler into the electrolyzer after the electrolyzer cools down and the gases condense. c) They provide unidirectional flow of electrolyte in a closed-loop system that utilizes a reservoir..