It’s true, you can now save money on petrol by setting up water cells around your engine bay. The process is so simple it’s hard to understand why every car manufacture has not used this technique already. The cells are actually providing hydrogen directly into the airflow system. At first the set up looks complicated but it’s like anything. The more you look at it, the more you start to understand what’s going on.
The cells produce Oxygen and Hydrogen by passing a current of negative and positive charge through a flat or coiled stainless steal element. The current comes from the 12v battery in a car. Many people are using tap water with a teaspoon of baking soda in the actual cell. This reacts with the current and provides a production of hydrogen. For the more advanced set ups, developers are using sodium hydroxide or Potassium hydroxide mixed with distilled water. This technique won’t ruin the plates or coils.
Now what you have just read probably makes no sense what so ever. So bellow is a guide of videos that will show the system working from home made experiments. People are also taking the cells to the next level and looking for better efficiency levels. This can be seen through developments of stronger coil systems.
How to make a cell that produces the HHO. (hydrogen and oxygen)
In this video the person has used flat plates for his element. This will run off the battery in his car.
How to set up the cells in your car
This video shows what a cell will look like in your car.
Proof that hydrogen is a fuel
Many people that have devised there own set ups have concluded a 15% to 20% saving on the miles per gallon ratio. Some people who do long distance driving are claiming 50% to 60% savings. If you do some research on youtube there are many videos and different ideas on how to build super cells to increase efficiency. These are really early days on these amazing new ideas and concepts. It really does make you ask the question: “why are these simple technological advances not regulated by the Government?”
When it comes to safety and looking after your kit. Many people have started to add a 25 to 30 amp fuse. This is connected to the live wire going into the water cell. You can also add a switch that connects through the firewall of your car and sits neatly on your dashboard. This lets you turn off the cell for whatever reason. There are many set ups you can play around with like, multiple cells, and different levels of current to the stainless steel element.
I will leave you with this web site that has provided a few good diagrams of the cell set-up to the engine.