Free From Fuel - DRY CELL
Are these fuel cells?
No, they are exactly the opposite! Fuel cells make electricity from oxygen. The DryCell makes oxyhydrogen from water and electricity.
The unit is traditionally called a 'DryCell' to distinguish it from Michael Faraday’s 'WetCell' from the 1830's. Of course the DryCell also uses water for the electrolysis, but only very
little. It is much more efficient.
Can I use the DryCell for heating?
Yes, and we even explain a lot of fascinating heating experiments in the printed DIY manual.
You can flamelessly heat with our DIY sand heater, use it for welding, melting (even tungsten melts within seconds!), boiling water (the flame even burns underwater), use it as a lime light, to power combustion engines, or even remove radioactivity, and lots of
other fascinating experiments.
What else can I do with oxyhydrogen