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Hydrogen, is not simply the most prolific element on the planet - it is a highly flammable gas (given the right conditions) - and we literally have oceans full of it - oceans of flammable fuel.

Hydrogen is also some 2.5 times as EXPLOSIVE as the regular fuel/air mixture !

Hydrogen, combined with Oxygen - as Nature has so effectively perfected, in water - provides precisely the correct ratio of the two elements for combustion to take place in a conventional internal combustion engine.

Just as electricity 'splits' H2O into H, H and O - now often called ‘Brown’s Gas -  it has been shown that - by burning this Brown’s Gas - produces a significant amount of additional energy - whilst conveniently returning any excess of supplied hydrogen / oxygen elements to their original state - H2O - as water!

These discoveries go some way towards the simplification of the on-going arguments - at a purist level - about ‘just exactly how much hydrogen (and oxygen) do we actually need to run an engine ‘optimally’?

I’m sure we will see an ‘official’ answer in the near future; and I’m highly comforted in the belief that … even if we supply more hydrogen than is needed for acceptable results - any left over Hydrogen will re-combine - in the engine -  with Oxygen to create steam that will simply be exhausted !

In other words, by supplying this combination of gases - as a supplement to conventional fuel; and thereby displacing (saving) some of that fuel - in an internal combustion engine (of virtually any type) - not only is the combustion process in the engine improved and augmented in both effectiveness and cleanliness;


the engine exhaust system emits virtually nothing more than pure, clean, water vapour.

What’s more, H, H and O - known as 'HHO' or 'Brown's Gas',  as a

fuel supplement - has some further, remarkably, beneficial effects

on the combustion processes.

To put these benefits into perspective, let's remember that virtually all diesel and petrol engines leave a residue of unburned carbon in an engine, commonly called ‘coke’; and they also emit the same from their exhausts; as a direct result of the imperfect combustion processes involved.

Surprisingly, this residue can be as high as 30% or more of the fuel supplied to the engine!  

Despite efforts to 'process' these residues with devices such as silencers (mufflers) and ‘catalytic converters' (cats) the legacy, which the motor industry has left for us all, continues to cause the world’s motorists to deposit far too much pollution along the world’s highways; especially in our cities.

Simply put ...

 When HHO is added to a vehicle's 'fuel charge' and mixed with the incoming fuel / air; combustion is significantly changed - for the  better.