The core of the cell is 12 treated wallplates which produce the hydrogen/oxygen gas.
They are located parallel to each other and the active surfaces must be treated to
maximum the performance of the cell.
First of all the holes of the plate need to be drilled out to 10 MM to fit the 3/8”
Afterwards the active surfaces need to be sanded vertically and horizontally using
coarse sandpaper. This is done to increase the working area of the surfaces and to
give the bubbles an easy way out.
During the whole process do not leave fingerprints on the wallplates. Fingerprints
reduce the effectiveness of electrolysis. Work with rubber gloves.