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Hi there,I think this information may help you outHave you ever heard of HHO fuel that has got to be the best way to save on gas prices.?? Imagine the savings. It will cost you about $160, or two tanks of gas to install an HHO conversion kit<Hydrogen Car Kit - Save Money and Improve MPG MassivelyHydrogen car kit empowers your car to run on water and avoid oil as fuel. A vehicle howeverwill not be able to run on water alone. There needs to be a mixture of gasoline and water toenable it to run smoothly.Even the Water Fuel Conversion Kits - How Using Water As Fuel Helps Cut Your Gas ConsumptionRecently,there is increased awareness among many drivers of a technology that uses plain water tosupplement the cars' gasoline consumption. Called a water fuel conversion kit, it is a simpleadd-on to your current car engine that uses your car battery to carry out an electrolysis on water to produce Hydroxy gas (HHO). This Hydroxy gas is used to supplement the burning ofgasoline in the car's engine.Hydrogen generator kit for car can be better than gasoline or oil additives to raise gasmileage. When you make or do it on your own, you can save money on gas but will save lotsof dollars on the kit and reproduce the system for other automobiles on your own.saving money should be what everyonr thinks off and I have done this by using all ideas frommy free Ebook -******I purchased the available eBooks that teach you how to run your car on water and installed one on my "chevy 350 small block," it's pretty easy.<******* This reads too much like an advert so I have removed the link. Hope you don't mind. People can send you a personal message if they want the booklet.Mod>
Oh, by the way, Sophie, you have joined the ranks of the 'Big Oil Conspiracy'(according those who believe there is one) by editing that link.
QuoteOh, by the way, Sophie, you have joined the ranks of the 'Big Oil Conspiracy'(according those who believe there is one) by editing that link. I just removed what looked to be an advert. Of course there is, or has been, a 'Big Oil Conspiracy', just as there are Pharmaceutical, Political and Financial Conspiracies. But now the Energy system is changing there is money to be made elsewhere and there will probably be a 'Green Conspiracy'.How can you expect any large organisation not to promote its own interests in any way that it can?Thanks to the relative freedom of information, conspiracies are often exposed, tho'.Was I just being dim there and failed to spot a joke?
There's one born every minute.
Yes but that assumes that they are all mugs (Barnum's(?) original quotation referred to mugs, I believe). Your calculation implies that one in six of us is a mug. Let's see - there's you and there's me - not mugs. . . Now count the conspiracy theorists, on the other hand.
The concept of running water as fuel for cars has been something scientists and researchers have been attempting for quite some time. With the high fuel prices as well as the pollution being an ever-increasing concern, the idea of water grows in the minds of these scientists and researchers. As the process continues for them to successfully create fuel from water the exhausting fact that it just isnít working has them somewhat baffled.Although many experts claim that water can in fact be used there are those skeptics who believe it is impossible. However, in all fairness water does in fact contain hydrogen and hydrogen of course is a form of gas.You can avail e-books on water fuel at
Interesting that this 'scientific miracle' has never been seen publicly. Everyone has a book, CD, or E-book on their website, but nobody in the auto or parts industries can recall ever seeing one.
One design I've looked at uses stacked stainless plates with power and ground attached every 5 to 6 plates, allowing a gradual voltage drop across each plate, and is reported to produce less heat. I"m cosidering one of these type units or using a step down transformer to reduce voltage and increase amperage.
My Land Rover is a V6, but I assume that you understand that an electrolyser will never make enough gas to run and ICE. The best I can hope for is it to act as a booster and improve the mpg and by what degree I would guess depends on how much gas I can produce. The thing is, a poorly designed electrolyser will make the alternator work harder than it has to in achieving a any given gas output.Electrolysers are more efficient when running hot, but regulating the temperature is going to always pose a problem, as even at low power, in a confined space the unit is likely to eventually start simmering. I'd rather err on the cool side than it boiling off. If anything a temp sensor to cut-off power supply just before the unit starts boiling would be advisable, but surface water will start to evapourate more readily well before the bulk of it boils.QuoteOne design I've looked at uses stacked stainless plates with power and ground attached every 5 to 6 plates, allowing a gradual voltage drop across each plate, and is reported to produce less heat. I"m cosidering one of these type units or using a step down transformer to reduce voltage and increase amperage.The key is to tailor you're design to fit the applied voltage. If you're using a 12V car battery then ideally you want a 1.5 volt drop across each individual set of plates. So you would want the ground 0v on the cathode (plate 1), with 7 floating plates in between, and finaly the 12v +ve attached to the anode (plate 9). The potential difference (voltage drop) across each two plates is always 1.5 volts, and from ground to 12v +ve, relative to ground, reads: plate 1 (cathode) 0v, plate 2 = 1.5v, plate 3 = 3v, plate 4 = 4.5v, plate 5 = 6v, plate 6 = 7.5v, plate 7 = 9v, plate 8 = 10.5v, and plate 9 (anode) = 12v.As transformers are not 100% efficient you will only waste energy taking that route and it is not necessary if you use the correct plate configuration. Using the plate configuration above really is the best way to make the most of your given supply voltage. To further up the efficiency of my figure 8 cell, I really need to add another 2 outer ss tubes as I'm only effectively using 7, so my voltage drop across each pair of tubes is 2v. But then it was originally just a test cell. The most inefficient designs will only have an anode and a cathode, with the full 12 volts drop across just these two electrodes. And don't confuse multiple plates for floating plates.It doesn't matter what design of electrolyser you use, power dissipated (heat) will always be dictated by the current x the voltage (IxV). You might have a well designed 9 plate electrolyser dissipating exactly the same as a two electrode unit, let's say 150 watts, the difference being that the 9 plate electrolyser will be producing a lot more gas! 8 x more to be exact!!