For quite some time, hydrogen has been considered to be the ideal candidate for alternative fuel. Understanding how it works is as important as understanding how your car uses gasoline. Fuel travels into the combustion chamber in liquid form and mixes with oxygen before it is ignited by sparks from the plugs. Problem number one is that fuel is expensive; problem number two is that not all of the fuel is being used. A certain amount of fuel is evaporated through the exhaust because the ignition does not burn it all.
We can break water down into its base parts, hydrogen and oxygen. Hydrogen is a gas and when introduced into an internal combustion engine it will burn like gasoline. Therefore reducing the amount of gasoline you will have to purchase. Plus your vehicle may get an immediate explosion of extra power.
How the Generator Works
People all over the country are building their own hydrogen generators for their cars. The great thing is that so can you. To break down water into its constituent parts you have to use a process called electrolysis. Electrolysis is achieved by sending an electrical current through a specially designed piece of metal suspended in water. This causes the water molecules to shear apart and produces pure oxygen and hydrogen.
Hydrogen bubbles then rise into a collection chamber that is connected to the air breather. The hydrogen is then introduced into the combustion chamber where it is ignited. In addition, remember the oxygen required from above? You have produced that as well. Your car is now running on a renewable clean energy source that is produced right under your hood!
Users have reported increased power during take off. It has been described as being like giving your vehicle a shot of NOS! Acceleration was also markedly better. There is also an additional benefit that no one expected - the exhaust is steam.
When a car burns gasoline, there are carbon particles that are sucked through the car’s exhaust system. This carbon begins to build in the exhaust and EGR system. Anyone who has owned a car knows that you will be replacing the EGR valve and components after 100,000 miles. These parts can run into hundreds of dollars. The reason they fail is the above-mentioned carbon build up. Everyone knows the best cleaning agent on the planet is steam or hot water. Guess what? You are producing steam with your hydrogen generator and it is flowing straight through your EGR and exhaust.
A hydrogen fuel generator will provide you with clean renewable energy produced under your hood that will assist you in preventative maintenance for your car. What in the world, are you waiting for?
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Article Added on Sunday, September 21, 2008
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