HHO Gas Devices For Fuel Benefits

By: Markroberts
A HHO gas devices are a new innovative way to improve gas mileage. These gas devices are easy to make at home and can be made from many items found around a shop or around town in you local hardware or automotive store. Home made HHO gas devices can easily be built and can be replicated for other cars and trucks. Your car or truck will be a water hybrid of sorts running on gasoline and water. This also works well with diesel fuel on larger engines it may be required to have more than one of these HHO gas devices.

HHO generators make HHO gas by a process called electrolysis. HHO generators are filled with water and a catalyst such a baking soda and when added helps the process by producing hydroxy or better known as HHO gas. Electrolysis occurs when a current is passed over metal plates or wires usually made from stainless steel. The result is a gas that produces a lot of energy in the form of HHO gas. Maintenance usually requires adding a few ounces of water to the fuel cell and some catalyst about once a month or when needed.

HHO generators create a gas also known a oxyhydrogen or simply hydroxy. This gas is a mixture of hydrogen and oxygen. This gaseous mixture is commonly used for welding purposes. This powerful gas is mixed before the combustion chamber of an engine and usually introduced before the manifold. It may sound complex but it really is a simple engine modification and leaves little evidence if you should later decide to remove the kit. HHO generators have been used for several decades experimentally on diesel and gasoline burning engines.

HHO generators are the best devices when you read reviews of gas saving devices. HHO generators take up little room around the engine bay or your truck or car. Most impressive is they can be used on gasoline or diesel engines.

Free HHO gas kit plans can be found on the internet but they sometimes miss a few important points. There is an old adage you get what you pay for. What may be missing is information to deal with an oxygen sensor. The sensor on the exahst determines if the air to fuel mixture is correct and will adjust as needed. With HHO gas there will be more oxygen exiting the exhaust so therefore more gasoline will be supplied to the air fuel mixture reducing mileage. This device helps avoid this situation so you will have the best mileage possible. Many free HHO gas kit plans do not include this information.

It is amazing how many people are willing to spend 3 to 10 dollars for a a fuel additive that may increase gas mileage and remove carbon on the valves and help keep fuel injectors clean. It is recommended that they be added every 3000 miles or so. HHO gas by nature should keep carbon from building up. I should also help keep your combustion chambers cleaner along with fuel injectors. When you have less carbon buildup you engine runs cooler and is more fuel efficient.

HHO generators could increase gas mileage efficiency and reduce tail pipe emissions. We all want a greener planet and less pollution. When you increase you mileage with an HHO generator you could also see more horse power and a smoother running and quieter engine. Some have seen a typical boost in mileage from 16 to 40% and some are seeing much higher.

What does HHO fuel cell plans have to do with you. Well a fuel cell can be made for about 60 to 100 dollars. You can replicate the HHO fuel cell for other cars and trucks or for larger engines. You also get the information you need to deal with engines that need compensation when dealing with the oxygen sensor. The major benefit is increased MPG's.

HHO gas kits may not be you best solution to increasing gas mileage. Some HHO gas kits can cost hundreds sometimes thousands installed. With the correct detailed plans and I stress this again for a point do not always give you all the information you need. You should be using plans that have detailed instructions and photos when you build HHO car kits.
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