Is it possible to run an automobile on water? The answer is yes. It was not quite possible in the past but today, with the advent of the HHO gas fuel kit, you can power your vehicle using water.
What this technology of running automobiles on H20 is about?
We hear about such questions all the time especially with gasoline prices rising. Economists have also predicted that it could hit the $ 5 mark soon. Obviously, many drivers want to learn more about this technology to run auto on water.
While the scientific principle was discovered long ago, it was only in this recent year that a researcher came up with an ingenious idea to convert water into HHO or Brown's Gas to power our vehicles.
HHO is a green and clean gas which when mixed with gasoline helps it to combust more evenly. This releases more energy to run our cars. The result of this combustion is an improved mileage, a cleaner and longer lasting engine as well as lesser noise and pollution.
But in order to run auto on water, there is a need to convert our car into a hybrid. No modification is needed to our engine. What is needed is a HHO gas fuel kit or what people also call water fuel cell or kit. This cell once fitted to the carburetor will inject the Brown's Gas broken down from H2O, into the combustion chamber to burn with gasoline.
By now, there are at least thousands of vehicles fitted with such cells. Drivers who are using this hydrogen fuel kit technology are seeing mileage improvements as much as 60% and fuel cost savings of at least 30%. And the cells work on all automobiles, be it a sedan, SUV or truck!
I ventured to build my very first hydrogen fuel kit out of curiosity. Using a conversion guide which I bought online, it took me no more than a weekend afternoon to assemble it. At a cost of $ 100 over dollars, it was well worth it as I saw how it helped me cut my driving costs by $ 120 per month. My car is now quieter as the engine noise level has gone down. The mileage per gallon has also topped 35% since I run my auto on water. Perhaps, I should file for tax claims with IRS for driving a green vehicle?