I am not sure if this video should be in the “don’t try this at home” or in the “DIY” section of YouTube. Still, regardless of what you might think, one thing is sure for me – this clip about making a hydrogen generator from washers is seriously curious and interesting. This is my kind of STEM project if you know what I’m talking about.
So what will you see in this video from the Maciej Nowak Projects channel on YouTube? They used 300mm stainless steel washers for crafting their own hydrogen generator. A 3mm and a 4mm hole was drilled in each washer, and they have all been fixed together with M3 threaded rods that have been electrically insulated with a heat shrink tube. You might not have all of these things lying about at home, but they are certainly not hard to get.
What else was used, and what are the steps in this tutorial? No need to read what I’m writing up. Feel free to watch the video below. Stay safe!
YouTube: Making a Simple Hydrogen Generator from Washers
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