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                                     Incentives like Carbon taxing will do nothing to stop the average motorist or truck operator from polluting our air, nor save fuel costs. There is a rather simple solution right here in front of us. Water H2O.

 

Water can be cheaply disassociated into Brown's Gas / HHO gas (Hydrogen and Oxygen) using efficient electrolyzing techniques which require very little power to operate. This is directly contrary to current scientific dogma, which teaches that the creation of useful amounts of Hydrogen requires tens of thousands of watts of power, creating high amounts of heat in the process.  

HHO ‘Brown’s Gas’, can be safely created on demand (no need for filling stations), at low pressure using self-generated HHO to power our vehicles, and is no more dangerous than using gasoline. The amount of water used in an all-HHO system is less than a third of the volume of gasoline that would be used for the same mileage.

 

 ‘Brown’s Gas’ got its name from Yull Brown, a Bulgarian professor and inventor living in Australia. He was one of the first to note the extraordinary properties of HHO, and to disassociate it cheaply from water. He was also one of the first to use it to power an automobile's internal combustion engine, and to also market it as a welding gas. Professor Brown discovered that using relatively small amounts of carefully tuned pulsed electricity across submersed plate electrodes acting as Capacitors can break the atomic bonds of water into HHO thousands of times more efficiently than the old methods of "brute force" high-amperage systems. This does not break any existing scientific principles: When the "capacitance" of the electrodes is exceeded, there is a large release of energy similar to an over-voltaged electrolytic "cap" in a circuit exploding much like a firecracker. Dr. Brown also found that HHO has several unique properties known in no other energy source. HHO does not have a set burning temperature: It reacts to the substance it is contact with when being burned. It can burn cool enough in air to run a finger through it quickly (about 230 deg. C); yet it can sublimate Tungsten at over 6000 deg. C when the flame touches it. As a burning torch, it burns through steel or brick remarkably fast (much faster than oxyacetylene gas mixtures). Yet when burned, HHO has only one byproduct: Pure water.

 

Brown was also one of the first to discover that when mixed with Diesel or gasoline fuels, HHO will increase the burning efficiency of the mixture greatly. H burns very quickly, the fastest flame propagation rate of any element. Refined oil products are large complex molecules that burn relatively slowly. When HHO is added to the fuels and ignited, much more of the hydrocarbons are burned fully… creating a much cleaner exhaust (releasing no carbons or other pollutants into the air when burned) and more power to the engine. The result is, increased gas mileage and smoother running, longer lasting motors that waste much less energy.

Sold as kits, HHO units are helping their owners cut pollution and save energy and money. Installing a HHO unit is usually quite simple (the disassociated gas is introduced through the air filter); and it works well with gasoline, Diesel, or bio-fuels. The older the engine, the simpler it is to modify: Motors without computers and using carburetors are easiest.  

HHO systems use electrolyte solution additives in distilled water. This is mainly to keep the water in the container clean over a longer time and to insure a more stable and constant resistance.

A simple water bubbler bottle system in-line with the flow of gas to an engine stops flash-back explosions from happening, and safety pressure valves and shut-offs make an HHO system as safe as gasoline. Since there is no storage tank and the gas is only being created at relatively low pressures while the car is running, leaks or problems with the storage tanks are not an issue.

HHO units can be used on cars, trucks, earth moving machinery, generators, pumps and lowers towing caravans or boats costs.

 

I have been testing and running electrolysers in motorcars for over 5 years now. My 4 x 4 Toyota diesel test vehicle uses on average between 7.5 and 8.5 litres per 100 km. This vehicle with a 3 litre common rail diesel fuel system commonly uses 11 litres per 100 km travelled without a HHO system. Our vehicle has covered over 35,000 km and has shown no adverse effects on the engine.

 

If everyone in Australia embraced these fuel saving devices we would greatly reduce air pollution. The units can be easily fitted by an average mechanical minded person and the units retail under AUD$ 1000 for the average family car. Furthermore these devices are an addition and require no engine modification, hence no problems with the RTA

Hydrogen Assist Australia PTY