Water Fuel Technology

By: Paulpetersen
It may have come to your attention recently through various media sources that there are actually people out there who are powering their cars with nothing else but good old clean water. This story could be the revelation that we have so long been waiting for as fuel prices are hitting all time highs.

Water fuel technology has actually been with us since the second world war, when it helped to power both tanks and fighter aircraft. Now it is back with a vengeance and it's simple water injection system will not only assist in increasing gas mileage, but will also help to cool down engines.

Hydrogen Fuel Cars were developed in the 1960s, but only became popular in the past few years since they require special fuel that's expensive and not readily available. These vehicles can cost as much as $100,000, like the BMW H7 or the Audi A2H2. Most manufacturers aren't even selling Hydrogen Cars yet since the science is still not perfect and there are few Hydrogen Gas Stations in operation.

Another new finding by Japanese scientists has shown that water can be converted into electricity and this new technology is currently being used on the bullet train. This new innovating method is hoped to reach the US and Europe within about five years, but don't despair as there is something even better in the pipeline. Recently scientists have discovered pioneering technology that involves combining water, electricity and gasoline being converted into two parts hydrogen and one part oxygen (HHO). This bi-product is very clean, safe to use and the best thing of all is that it all vehicles can be adapted to the use the HHO method.

So how much does this revolutionary system cost? Well a Professionally installed HHO system is priced at around $2,500 whereas an HHO conversion kit will cost you about $500. The kit itself is easy to assemble and install, so you could actually do it yourself for less than $150 as the parts are easily available. The top kits come with illustrated diagrams, a complete parts list and full instructions and you don't need to be a qualified mechanic to get it properly installed.

An estimated 98% of all road vehicles can be adapted for HHO technology and the principle advantage is without a doubt the possible 40% savings in fuel consumption. Apart from that though you will own a car that is cleaner, more environmentally friendly and one that will improve your mileage big time. A car manufacturer's warranty will be in no way affected by converting to HHO, so this could be the chance for you to make a difference. Aren't you just tied of being held to ransom by the rich oil producing nations? Well, if you are you now have the chance to run your vehicle on cheap fuel and not have to worry about the mileage anymore.
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