How Water to Gas Technology Works

CarsOnWater, Water4Gas, YourCarRunsOnWater, FuelFreeTrips, DriveOnWater, MagicPotionNo9. Does that sound familiar? These very well could be a few of the site names offering technologies that run cars on Hydrogen (HHO, Brown’s Gas or Hydroxy), a gas derived from water. Such are the principal water to gas participants in today’s market.

So EXACTLY how does this technology work?

If you decide to convert your vehicle to such a system and decide to call one or more of these companies, fear not. They will never expect you to fill your gas tank with tap water. Nor will they expect you to invest in a brand-new car featuring a water to gas engine. Why? Actually the answer is quite simple.

You do not have to alter your engine or you car’s electronic computer to garner results.

Each water to gas conversion kit consists of the various necessary parts, all of which can be easily assembled at home during a weekend. The only requirements are a few basic tools. The conversion kit itself consists of the following:

Electrolyzer (or “Hydrogen Generator”): these are the quart-sized containers made to hold approximately 950cc of everyday tap water or distilled water (based on the conversion kit manufacturers requirements). These containers can be glass, metal or plastic.

MAP Sensor Enhancer: this electronic device cuts back fuel consumption with no engine or computer modifications.

Vaporizer: supplies water vapor to cool the engine while improving combustion and fuel economy.

Fuel Heater: pre-heats gasoline for improved fuel economy, using only the radiator’s energy that would otherwise be wasted. This device requires no radiator or radiator hose modifications.

PCV Enhancer: another great companion to your hydrogen system designed to improve PCV (positive crankcase ventilation) function, protect your engine and, yes, save gas.

Fuse holder and wiring: connect to the 12 volts.

Vacuum T-connector: connects to the vacuum line for feeding the hydrogen and oxygen into the engine.

Catalyst: common bicarbonate of soda.

Pure hydrogen is dangerous, especially when stored in containers in large compressed amounts. The result could be an explosion. However, we all know that water can not explode. This is the reason water to gas conversion kits do not utilize pure hydrogen. Because hydrogen is already in a compressed state or present in water, it is safely and readily released and utilized. So when HHO is produced, its by-product is water. No harmful chemicals will be emitted from such a system. The only space requirements is enough room under the vehicle’s hood to secure a quart sized container to hold water and catalyst. The catalyst is the substance used to help the electricity separate break down the water into usable HHO. Nothing happens without the catalyst. The preferred catalyst? Ordinary baking soda. Pick-up a box at your local grocery store or out of your kitchen cabinet.

Water is converted to HHO gas using the car battery’s electricity. The quart-sized jar containing water with a little bit of baking soda is secured under the hood and then wired to the car’s battery. The necessary vacuum action and electricity is drawn from the engine, the combination of various elements produces the subsequent HHO gas, which is then fed to the carburaetor. The device connects to the battery via the ignition switch, thus preventing hydrogen production when the engine is off and minimizing draw on your vehicle’s battery.

Recognizing how safe and easy water to gas conversion kits are to assemble provides one view of an alternative way to save at the gas pump. That said, it’s critically important that we adhere to the provided instructions to achieve optimum results while acting in a safe and responsible manner.