HHO Generator Converts Water into Fuel
By June 1st, 2010Tuesday, June 1, 2010 12:36 on
Glenn Old, an Australian inventor, has recently developed a new interesting device that is able to convert water into fuel. He has been working with a group of American engineers to design the device that can reduce greenhouse gas emissions and save fuel.
Called the HHO generator, the device generates enough hydrogen reduce carbon emissions by 30 percent and to increase fuel efficiency by up to 60 percent. The generator is a simple device that could converts water from H2O into a gas called HHO, this gas having two parts oxygen and one part hydrogen.
According to Mr Old, this device can be installed on any type of vehicle and can turn the vehicle into a water/petrol or water/diesel hybrid. The gas produced by the generator is fed into any petrol or diesel engine, where it mixes with the existing fuel and increases the flame burn rate and reduces emissions.
This is an incredible invention that could literally change the rate at which we consume fuel, and considering the ever-lower level of natural resources left on the planet, any way to save energy, whether you’re driving a car using HHO-generated fuel or playing poker.dk on your PC with your other appliances turned off, is a step forward. Mr. Old is single-handedly helping people to find a new way of driving across the land without severely draining what’s underneath it.
“During testing at a government-approved air care facility in Vancouver, Canada, a reduction of 51.5 per cent of emissions was achieved on a 5.9 litre Cummins turbo diesel engine. One of the best features of our product is that the gas is produced on demand, so there are no storage requirements of hydrogen. You start your vehicle it produces the gas, turn the vehicle off (and) production ceases.” said Glenn Old.
The amazing generator costs about $780 and has a five-year/150,000km warranty.
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