Unless the price of water goes mad, to run a car on water will remain at around about five cents per two hundred miles. Oil prices seem intent on rising in the long term, bringing instability to an already fragile automobile market. Without any realistic means of tapping into nuclear or sustainable fuel, HHO gas remains king of the pile for economic motoring.
It is up to each of us whether or not we want to shake hands with someone or something which will save us money. The US government has saluted HHO fuel. It now offers a two thousand dollar refund to any taxpayer who converts his or her car to alternative fuel, even if it is only partially.
So, for an approximate outlay of $100, anyone can recoup twenty times that courtesy of the IRS. That is something that happens rarely. Two thousand bucks back from the tax man. All for getting up off your backside and doing something that aids the environment as well as saving you money.
How to run a car on water
Bear in mind that water gas is still a hybrid system. It will only partially power your car. Gas or diesel is still needed, just less of it. The ontological nature of HHO means it is consumed only in small quantities.
Brown’s gas is formed when an electric current runs through water containing a catalyst. The electrode separates the elements of H2O and oxygen and hydrogen bubble away from the terminals. They regroup in a chamber and mingle to form various forms of oxyhydrogen. This is then siphoned off to the engine to replace some of the gasoline normally used.
Not only does it replace, it also burns four times more efficiently. That means even less petroleum or diesel is required. Now you can begin to understand why up to 65% can be cut on spending at the filling station.
Make sure you keep all receipts involved in making your kit to make your $2,000 rebate claim
How to make an oxyhydrogen kit to run a car on water
The components of an HHO kit are all very cheap and very easy to buy. The first thing you need, though is an professional instruction manual on how to run a car on water. They cost around $90 and most are downloadable, which is very handy if you want to manipulate the copy to the way you want it or simply want a couple of copies, one for indoors and one for in the garage or outside.
The first and most important thing required is an electrode. Stainless steel is fine, but something like platinum is brilliant. I favor a spiral catalyst but many people go for flat. In any case, you can have one made for you, for less than $70, or make one yourself for far less.
The catalyst is housed in a reservoir made of heat resistant plastic. It does not have to be plastic, but it is easier to work with, in many ways. This container is wired up to the vehicle’s battery and ignition system. It is then filled with water. As soon as the electricity hits the water, HHO is formed.
The gas is sucked through a vaporizer to avoid any moisture entering the engine. When it hits the carburetor it is automatically mixed with the standard gasoline or diesel coming from the gas tank. The results are startling. The vehicle accelerates quicker, towing power is increased, less harmful emissions are produced and the normal gas requirement is reduced dramatically.