How the system works

The Supplemental HHO Fuel Cell System is one of the safest fuel enhancement systems that are available. Using a process of water electrolysis, (running a 12 volt or 24 volt current through electrodes immersed in water) the system produces diatomic 2H2.O2 gas, more commonly known as HHO gas. HHO gas is two parts Hydrogen and one part Oxygen. The system produces HHO gas ‘on demand’.

What this means, is the system does not store or produce significant amounts of HHO gas so it does not contravene the current Department of Transport Road Vehicles (Construction of Use) Regulations 1986. There is no pressurised gas of any description stored in the vehicle. This is a NON PERMANENT fuel enhancement system and is safer than other dual-fuel systems like LPG. Water is stored in a 1 litre container (cars) and therefore very safe. Buses and Lorries can have a 6 –20 litre container.

HHO gas is drawn into the vehicle’s combustion chamber via a vacuum (it is not injected) and this HHO gas is burnt with the existing fuel. This combined fuel is burnt more efficiently and at a greater temperature so less fuel is needed. The production of CO2 and Hydrocarbons is greatly reduced as carbon is vaporised at 3000 degrees Celsius.

The system only produces HHO gas when the ignition is switched on and ceases production of HHO gas when the ignition is switched off or the internal safety switch is activated. No HHO gas is stored in the system. In the event of a collision or accident, the system will cease to function. HHO gas is 6 times lighter than air and any tiny amounts of HHO gas that MAY be released into the atmosphere will disperse immediately.

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