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*   Because the incoming ‘Brown’s Gas’ is lighter - and flows easier into the engine - the ‘burn’ of the whole HHO + fuel mixture is not only slightly cooler; but it is more thorough a process than burning ‘regular’ fuel/air alone.

What’s more … the ‘whole’ HHO + fuel + air mixture occupies somewhat more of the cylinder space, than does the ‘simple’ fuel/air mixture.

Accordingly, the entire fuel charge, collectively, burns more thoroughly.

This is a ‘bonus’ from the incoming HHO component.

Overall the ‘burn’ in the engine is more complete than the simple fuel/air mixture. Accordingly, there is much less of the so-called

- ‘quenching effect’ - and thus significantly fewer unburned hydrocarbons are deposited in the cylinders and/or exhausted from the engine.  

The conventional fuel is more completely consumed, generating more energy for the engine’s drive train - and leaving virtually no hydrocarbons (soot) in the engine.

* Moreover, and herein lies another bonus - any remaining hydrogen and oxygen - now at very high temperature and under great pressure - is re-formed into superheated steam - providing a beneficial, and supplementary, engine cleaning process.

*   Conventional vehicle emission testing (such as in the UK’s obligatory, annual, MOT test) shows that - using HHO - a vehicle's resultant exhaust is cleared of virtually all of the conventional contaminants.

Daily, in these tests, we hear of examples of persistent MOT vehicle 'failures' being transformed into 'instant MOT successes' by the simple fitting of an HHO cell.

*   Heavy trucks with 'black exhaust fumes' are transformed; instantly showing no visible exhausts.

*   Specialised testing has also shown that 'reduced Nox, CO  and CO2' are measured in HHO supplemented exhaust flows. Testing is on-going to verify these observations.

*   An increase in driven miles per litre/gallon of fuel used, of some 20% (and up to as high as 50% or more) has been frequently, and formally, observed under controlled testing - dependent on vehicle type and driving style.

*  Long distance trucks normally demonstrate highly acceptable 'single figure' MPG improvements and clean exhausts ... described by owners as ‘making the vehicle feel more powerful'.

It must also be noted that aggressive driving and extended town driving can have the effect of

reducing or even nullifying

inherent fuel saving results.

  We have earlier described how, when HHO ignites, a by-product of the process is superheated steam; and that is worth repeating.

It is well known that carbon (soot) deposits can be steam cleaned from piston heads and rings, from valve seats, valve stems and entire combustion chambers; with measurable improvements to engine life and cooler, smoother running. Keen motorists pay money to have such work done !

*   By supplying hydrogen (HHO) to an engine we can accurately state that the effect of ensuring an engine performs at, or certainly closer to, its design criteria is achieved.

This is often described by

 owners as making their

vehicle feel more powerful'.

So, where might we go next .... ?