How the systems work in changing water into Hydrogen and Oxygen

We begin with a gallon of filtered or distilled water for your HHO generator. It is referred to as an “HHO generator” because it produces both Hydrogen and Oxygen simultaneously through the process of electrolysis. When an electrical current/voltage [preferably DC] is introduced to water, it has a tendency to become excited and divides into its primary elements of Hydrogen and Oxygen. The produced Hydrogen and Oxygen are now in a gaseous state from the liquid water. It has been noted that the two elements become split apart from one another into their sub-diatomic molecular state.


A false claim that exists is that it takes more energy to produce the HHO than the energy it releases. This is simply not true, which is why there are HHO generators available. You can produce HHO with as little as 1.5 volts DC and an amp of current. It is not only how it is done, but the way in which the HHO generator is configured to permit a useful output with minimal power input. You can put two bare ended wires into a bucket of water with an electrolyte and produce a small quantity of HHO by putting a DC current through the wires. The principle is to produce as much HHO as possible with the least amount of electrical energy and generated exothermic heat.


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In reality, once the HHO generator has been charged up, it actually acts like a wet cell battery. It holds a charge of 1.5 – 2.0 volts DC and can operate when charged with the power switch turned off, until the remaining suspended HHO gas is pulled off and the cell ultimately discharges. The power switch is primarily used to maintain the HHO generators charge. What we do here is draw off that produced gaseous material by vacuum created by the vehicles engine and feed the gasses directly into the engine for combustion purposes. The system is an on demand system, “NOT” a pressurized storage system. The HHO generator only produces what the vehicles engine calls for, and nothing more. Can we idle an engine on pure HHO? The answer is absolutely, yes. However, the technology to operate the vehicle under normal driving conditions has not yet arrived.


Currently most of our users see an average of 25 – 45% in fuel savings. But it doesn’t stop there; the NEW Magnum Series HHO generators are pushing the fuel savings into the upper 50% range. As we continue working on the problems that prevent us from using only HHO, we will reach that point where the vehicles fuel tank will become a water reservoir tank for holding just water.


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