Brown’s Gas Electrolysis
Many people inquire about the type of electrolyzer machine that can be utilized to create Brown’s Gas. An electrolyzer is a device that assists in breaking down water into its component elements of oxygen and hydrogen. When two parts of hydrogen and one part of oxygen are present in a mixture, it is known as a stoichiometric mixture, which is what pure water constitutes. Brown’s Gas is made entirely of pure water and, as a result, can only be composed of a stoichiometric mixture of hydrogen and oxygen in the exact ratio mentioned above.
Since the introduction of Brown’s Gas technology in China in 1991 by the owner of this website (Peter Griffiths) and Research Professor Yull Brown, the Proton Exchange Membrane (PEM) Electrolyzer has been developed. This type of electrolyzer uses metals as solid electrolytes to separate the hydrogen molecules from the oxygen molecules and does not require the use of a toxic electrolyte.
The question that is commonly asked is whether Brown’s Gas produced by a PEM electrolyzer without the use of the toxic electrolyte is still considered Brown’s Gas. There is an inference that the toxic electrolyte contributes to the characteristics of Brown’s Gas during the electrolysis process.
The truth is that Brown’s Gas is defined as “a stoichiometric mixture of hydrogen and oxygen produced in a ratio of two parts hydrogen to one part oxygen generated from the decomposition of water into its natural elements using the process of electrolysis.” Therefore, when the hydrogen and oxygen products of electrolysis are mixed immediately after the process, regardless of the type of electrolyzer used (PEM or Alkaline), the resulting gas is still Brown’s Gas.
Claims that there are other components present in Brown’s Gas apart from pure hydrogen and oxygen are invalid and go against the definition of Brown’s Gas. There is no plurality of gases generated during the electrolysis of water; Brown’s Gas is simply an intermingled hydrogen and oxygen compound.
In conclusion, Brown’s Gas can be produced using any electrolyzer as long as the resulting hydrogen and oxygen gases are mixed together before use. Our company provides both alkaline and PEM electrolyzers, but we do not recommend using the alkaline electrolyzer for human inhalation purposes due to the presence of toxic electrolytes. Only the PEM type of Brown’s Gas electrolyzer is safe for human use.