Your Car's Mileage?
Here are several videos to help answer the
following questions about increasing your miles-per-gallon by
What is Oxyhdrogen also known
as Brown's Gas, HHO, & Knallgas?
Will it really increase your
mileage by 20--70%?
Watch Me Measure Oxyhydrogen Output
Is Oxyhydrogen powerful enough to help run your car?
is sometimes called Knallgas and is
also known as Brown’s Gas after one of its early pioneer advocates who
use for welding. It is produced by applying current to electrodes in
has also had some baking soda added. The water dissociates the water
into hydrogen and oxygen. The first to decompose water this way was
Nicholson in 1800. In the early nineteenth century this gas was used to
heat a lump of limestone to incandescence which was known as a
until it was superseded by “gaslights.” Also until the advent of the
arc furnace the oxyhydrogen torch was the only thing that could get hot
to melt platinum.
recently people have been using the current
from the alternators in their cars to dissociate water and produce
which they then inject into the intake manifold to increase their
When hidrogen and oxygen combine in the combustion chamber the
resulting product is water. Increases of twenty to seventy per cent are
Powering A Torch and Improving
Mileage In A Ford Escort:
part shows oxyhydrogen torch burning through
brick. It also shows that as HHO gas burns it produces water. This
feature helps reduce pollutants in your engine.
part shows the use of oxyhydrogen in a 1994 Ford Escort vehicle where
on a 100 mile trip they use 4 oz of water.
on the Gas For Pennies banner to start saving $100 each month by
your car to oxyhydrogen. Check out the Run Auto With Water site and let
Tom Matthews, the inventor and owner of the site, show you how easy it
is to start saving money on gas.
2. Will HHO Really Increase Your
Miles Per Gallon?
Honea Path Police Department Using Water Gas
of two videos on mileage increases shows the results obtained by the
Police Department of Honea Path, South Carolina.
Mileage Test With A Ford Escort
Stationwagon Using An Oxyhydrogen Generator
Second mileage increase video
showing Ford Escort getting 60 miles per gallon.
on the Gas For Pennies banner below to get detailed plans and help for
your car to oxyhydrogen. Check out the Run Auto With Water site and
find out that Tom Matthews, the inventor and owner of the site, really
wants you to start saving money on gas.
of all is his 60 day personal guarantee. Next are some bonuses
including "Hyperdriving-The Art Of Driving To Save Money" and IRS Tax
Rebate Forms since you will be driving a "green" vehicle.
of all if you run into any problems, not only is there a FAQ sheet on
the site but you can contact Tom anytime for unlimited support. It just
doesn't get any easier!
3. Watch Me Measure Oxyhydrogen Output
following video shows me measuring the output from an oxyhydrogen
generator based on the plans from Run
Auto With Water. Under this is a
picture of this unit and the internal cell made from stainless steel
Pictures Of My Design For An HOH Generator
HOH generator is based on the Run
Auto With Water design. This is my
adaptation using 4" ABS pipe. ABS has a higher temperature rating than
PVC and Home Depot had 4 foot sections so I didn't have to buy 20 feet
of PVC. The lower picture is of the internal generating cell which is
made from stainless steel switch plates. Make sure all the switch
plates are the same brand so that they mesh together well. Most of the
stainless fittings, nylon 5/8" threaded rod and nylon nuts can be
obtained from your local Tool Store. If you
know where a Tool Store is, ask someone in one of the Machine shops in your area
where they buy their tooling. This should save you quite a bit of time.
information you can use your imagination to modify it even further.
4. Oxyhydrogen Gas Is Very
following video demonstrates the power of HHO Gas as it burns a hole
through metal faster than acetylene.
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