Cost of Operating the Hydrogen Machine

Cost of Operating the Hydrogen Machine

Operating a hydrogen machine involves minimal costs, making it a highly efficient and economical choice for home use. Below, we break down the primary costs associated with running our machines.

1. Zero TDS Water

The first and most essential requirement for operating our hydrogen machines is zero Total Dissolved Solids (TDS) water. This ensures that the machine runs efficiently and delivers the highest quality hydrogen output.

Water Consumption Calculation

To understand the water usage, let’s consider our 3L per minute machine, which produces 2 liters of hydrogen and 1 liter of oxygen per minute. Here’s a detailed calculation of the water consumption:

  • Machine Output: 3000 ml (3L) of gas per minute

– 2 liters of hydrogen
– 1 liter of oxygen

Water to Gas Conversion: Typically, it takes about 1 liter of water to produce 1866 liters of hydrogen gas.

Given that 1 liter of water produces 1866 liters of hydrogen gas and 933 liters of oxygen gas (since the ratio is 2:1):

Water Used per Minute:
– Hydrogen: Approximately 0.00107 liters
– Oxygen: Approximately 0.00107 liters
– Total water used per minute: 0.00214 liters

Water Used per Hour:
– 0.00214 liters/minute × 60 minutes = 0.1284 liters

Water Used per Day (assuming 1 hour of usage):
– 0.1284 liters/day

Water Used per Month:
– 0.1284 liters/day × 30 days = 3.852 liters

Thus, running the 3L hydrogen machine for an hour each day will consume approximately 0.1284 liters (128.4 ml) of zero TDS water daily, amounting to 3.852 liters monthly.

2. Electricity

The cost of electricity is another factor, although it remains quite low. Given that energy rates vary by location, the exact cost can be estimated by considering the local electricity rate. However, the cost is generally nominal.

3. Consumables

Apart from water and electricity, the other consumable is the nasal cannula, which may need to be replaced every three months. This ensures hygienic and effective operation of the machine.


The total cost of operating our hydrogen machines includes:

  • Minimal usage of zero TDS water
  • Nominal electricity costs
  • Replacement of nasal cannulas every three months

These factors make our machines not only efficient but also highly economical for daily use.

For any further queries or detailed information, feel free to reach out to our support team.