Water Fuel Conversion

Eleanor Hanson

Water fuel conversion is the way things are going in 2008. Electric cars have been around for a while. The problem with electric cars is that they need a fully electric motor and a whole bunch of batteries. They are not particularly powerful or fast and need to be regularly recharged.

On the other hand, a water fuel conversion is a hybrid system. Water fuel conversion extracts energy from water, known as HHO. It uses the hydrogen to boost the performance and efficiency of a standard gasoline engine. Fortunately, that means anyone is capable of a water fuel conversion on just about any vehicle, gas or diesel.

Most water fuel conversion kits will translate into around 30% to 40% savings on gas or diesel. This can easily rise to well over 60% with the right tuning. Plain water from the tap is used and passed through an electrolyzer which splits the atoms to produce gas which burns 3 or 4 times more efficiently than gasoline or petroleum.

Harmful emissions are drastically reduced. The only byproduct of the kit is H2O. Engine heat is lowered giving it a longer life. The motor also becomes significantly quieter. Pulling power is increased by up to 40% making water fuel conversion ideal not only for standard cars but also for trucks and SUVs.

Making your own Water Fuel Conversion

It’s not as difficult as you might think to convert your car or truck to water fuel.

Water fuel conversion manuals and kits are readily available in shops and on the internet. They describe how to construct your own system and adapt it to your vehicle. Approximately 80,000 car and truck owners have already achieved very satisfactory results by doing it themselves or employing a mechanic and supplying him with a manual. The technology is being used across the USA as well as places as diverse as Australia, the UK, Norway, Sweden and Serbia.

One haulage company owner saves more than $40,000 every month. He says he converted his first truck to HHO energy two years ago and then went into water fuel conversion for his entire fleet. At the other end of the scale, a family in California, the Bridges, converted all their cars to hydrogen and now save a total of $4,500 each year.

In a standard gasoline (petrol) or diesel powered vehicle only around 25% of the fuel is used for motive power. The remaining three-quarters is expended in heat and exhaust emissions. Catalytic converters may reduce harmful emissions but they in no way make the use of gasoline any more efficient. It is almost a crime. Water fuel conversion is so easy it should be employed in every vehicle rolling off the production line.

That is something which is bound to happen, but it could be a number of years in the future. The reality of fully electric cars seems to have foundered. Hydrogen stored on board a vehicle likewise encounters many problems, not least in terms of safety. Water fuel converts H2O to hydrogen power as you go. It does this via an electrolyzer and so is completely safe. It seems for now the only way to save gas is a water fuel conversion.

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