HYDROGEN MICROTORCH – HHO Welding Torch

Atomic hydrogen welding torch using the HHO gas output from a series electrolyzer. This torch can melt steel, vaporize glass, and even melt through granite, even though its flame is only a few millimeters across!
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25 Responses to “HYDROGEN MICROTORCH – HHO Welding Torch”

  • OG96932 says:

    hha, man this stuff is old, not new, last 100 years +

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  • jcfdillon says:

    You stated on the video that the flame was so bright when it hit the stone that it hurt your eyes. But you were not wearing welder’s goggles? This is not good! I hope your eyes somehow survived and that you did not go blind! Thank you for the demonstration, but be much more careful please! Your eyes are handy dont you think!!

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  • spliff42007 says:

    @Daood416
    actually thank you for not teaching me how to make this. I would fucking kill myself if i had one of those babies

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  • tdpieper74 says:

    @VerneDoran

    No pollution compared to the oxy/acetylene and the flame will not burn you just the implement emitting the flame. There are many other uses for it, there was a special on fox covering a guy who is trying to patten a design for the torch and he also converted his car to run on hydrogen and claims he went 100 miles on four ounces of water.

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  • Wildatheart73 says:

    That has been invented more than 200 years ago!!!

    Due to competition from the acetylene-fueled cutting torch and from arc welding, the oxyhydrogen torch is seldom used today, but it remains the preferred cutting tool in some niche applications.

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  • Wildatheart73 says:

    That has been invented more than 2 years ago!!!
    Due to competition from the acetylene-fueled cutting torch and from arc welding, the oxyhydrogen torch is seldom used today, but it remains the preferred cutting tool in some niche applications.

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  • brightmannn says:

    it’s HHO, but not atomic HHO

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  • acmfraser says:

    that ant hho

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  • COTRvids says:

    hahaha this dude sounds like the sham wow dude

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  • VerneDoran says:

    I really don’t see why this is any better than an oxy-acetylene torch. The gases are mixed so there isn’t any control over oxy/redux flames and the whole setup needs alot of electrical energy.

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  • yellowmetalcyborg says:

    Good video, but this is not atomic hydrogen welding. Atomic hydrogen welding is welding accomplished by blowing H2 into a plasma arc. The arc provides energy used to break the bond between the two hydrogen atoms and this energy is transfered to the metal upon contact. Just so you know…

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  • fss1704 says:

    Blue flame? the hydrogen does not have a yellow flame?this is not hydrogen.

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  • Maxh0506 says:

    does a bubbler count as sparck back

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  • aaronlovestruth says:

    i like water 

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  • pjckac1 says:

    HHO Gas Welding Torches cannot Weld by theirs Self. You need a third gas a fossil fuel gas to reduce the temperature for the HHO gas to actually melt the metal. If you do not use a third gas you are actually burning the metal to gather without any strength. I know from experience and I have to use a third gas to melt metal together and maintain the strength to become one.

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  • lotanerve says:

    Will it light a spliff??

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  • thewaxman4 says:

    how do I make this?

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  • 1microflameman says:

    interesting….crude but interesting. try using ss hypodermic needles for torch tips.

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  • FightAlong says:

    OH SHIT BLOW MYSELF UPPPP!!!!

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  • bananaphonehome says:

    Atomic noob.

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  • superalvacado says:

    Well it did revolutionize the world! 150 years ago, when first invented. But now is generally a novelty or used in specialized applications. I’m currently making a hho torch myself just for fun… Breaks up the monotony between electroplating experiments and working on my motorized bicycle. Ya gotta love OLD technology!  But please don’t mistake it for something that is new or cutting edge… Theatres gave up hho torches/limelights for electric lamps long ago

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  • ski4kil says:

    what thickness tubing do you use?

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  • drax325 says:

    Well granite is mostly made of SiO2, which has melting point 1650′C (wiki). Hydrogen burns at I think more than 2000′C some sites say as much as 2300′C. Now what I am guessing to the reason it doesn’t hurt is this:
    This combustion only creates H2O. I’m liking the oil on your skin is repealing the H2O. Remember from chem polar and nonpolar chemical don’t mix. Near the objects hot metal particles or even CO2 with normal fuel is being thrown at your finger.

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  • robinhooodvsyou says:

    @BalthazzarCH
    -Electricity breaks the molecular bond of
    H2O, it turns to HHO, it just separates the atoms of a water molecule-and it turns to gas form.

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  • BalthazzarCH says:

    guess what the byproduct is… and why it takes electrolysis to produce the gas?

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