Reduce Fuel Consumption Using Our HHO Technology!
Tired of spending so much money in fuel? Would you like to save up to 30% of the amount you spend today? Stop spending so much money in fuel...
Now there is a system that allows you to reduce the fuel consumption in your car at a very low cost. Simply use your normal fuel mixed with the hydrogen generated in your own car in a process called electrolysis. The Hydrogen gas produced is then directed toward the engines combustion chamber, via the air intake manifold, where it mixes with your usual carbon based fuel (petrol, diesel, lpg) and there both are ignited. This allows your carbon based fuel to burn better increasing the Combustion Efficiency, thus reducing fuel consumption and the amount of pollutants released in the exhaust. HHO kits are simple to use and you will be able to install it in your car without the help of a mechanic.
Our HHO Technology
Experiments were carried out to evaluate the influence of the addition of HHO gas (hydrogen+oxygen obtained electrochemically from the water) to the air in the intake manifold of a direct injection diesel engine. What research shows is that the addition of HHO gas can improve the combustion eficiency process due to the diferent combustion properties of hydrogen in comparison to conventional fuels.
We are using a small part of the car energy to produce Hydrogen. When we add this hydrogen to our normal fuel inside the engine, the energy released in the combustion chamber is much higher than usual, resulting in a important reduction of fuel consumption!
NASA conducted several Studies using hydrogen as a supplemental fuel on a internal combustion engine running on gasoline. Their research specifically demonstrated that the higher flame speed of hydrogen was responsible for being able to extend the efficient lean operating range of a gasoline engine. Lean-mixture-ratio combustion in internal-combustion engines has the potential of producing low emissions and higher thermal efficiency for several reasons:
- Excess oxygen in the charge further oxidizes unburned hydrocarbons and carbon monoxide;
- Excess oxygen lowers the peak combustion temperatures, which inhibits the formation of oxides of nitrogen;
- The lower combustion temperatures increase the mixture specific heat ratio by decreasing the net dissociation losses;
- As the specific heat ratio increases, the cycle thermal efficiency also increases, which gives the potential for better fuel economy.
CALTECH - California Institute of Technology also made some Researchs calculating the thermal efficiency on system fuel economy using supplemental hydrogen. The overall engine efficiency increases and is more dominant than the energy loss incurred in generating hydrogen, resulting improved fuel economy for the system as a whole.
Let's take a look of what is happening inside the engine:
An average of 19.1% increment in engine torque is obtained using HHO compared to pure diesel operation. The increase in power is due to the oxygen concentration of HHO gas and to a better mixing of HHO with air and fuel that yield enhanced combustion.
The results show that the addition of HHO can signiﬁcantly enlarge the ﬂammable region and extend the ﬂammability limit to lower equivalence ratios.Since HHO gas has a low ignition energy and fast ﬂame speed, the HHO+Diesel mixture can be more easily ignited and quickly combusted than the pure diesel fuel. Thus, improved torques at high speeds can be obtained.
High laminar ﬂame velocity of HHO yields decreased ignition delay and shortened combustion period providing lower heat losses, much closer to ideal constant-volume combustion which results increased compression ratio and thermal efﬁciency. The result is lower engine temperature.
High burning velocity of hydroxy provides faster increment in pressure and temperature which may minimize the knocking especially at idle conditions (low or no load). Also, ignition delay period reduction yieldsdiminished engine noise.
An average gain of more than 20% is achieved on SFC-SpeciﬁcFuel Consumption by using HHO System. The reduction in fuel consumption is due to uniform mixing of HHO with air (high diffusivity of HHO) as the higher presence of oxygen which assists diesel during combustion process and yields better combustion. The higher savings occur at high speeds because diesel fuel is hard to be completely burnt at lean conditions due to the increased residual gas fraction and poor mixing. Since HHO gains a high ﬂame speed and wide ﬂammability, the addition of hydrogen will help the fuel to be burned faster and more complete.
An average reduction of 13.5% is gained at CO emissions at mid and high engine speeds. The absence of carbon in HHO gas is a major reason for CO reduction. Wide ﬂammability range and high ﬂame speed of HHO gas ensure engine to be operated at lower loads. The HHO+diesel fuel mixture burns faster and more completely than the pure diesel fuel. Thus, CO emission at high speed and lean conditions is effectively reduced after HHO addition. Since HHO gas contains oxygen, higher combustion efﬁciency is obtained and CO emissions are lower.