What is the Process of Running Your Car With Water?

By: Abhinav Sidana
Is it possible for a vehicle to run on water alone? The truth is, no! The vehicle will still need gasoline to run but by changing a few parts, the technology of water and fuel mixture will produce a very low cost hydrogen run hybrid vehicle. This hybrid will be running on the mixture of molecules in the water, the oxygen, and hydrogen it produces. The process is safe for vehicles which use regular gasoline and also diesel fuel. Smaller vehicles are more apt to see results in fuel consumption than the larger vans and trucks would. Even so, this technology will still help in a small way with the larger vehicles.

The hybrid water vehicle is simple made from some basic items one can find at a regular hardware store. These parts separate the molecules in the water by using the energy from the battery and create a HHO gas compound. This HHO gas is sent through the intake manifold and produces a better burn for the fuel you are using. This gas is not volatile as others and will burn much better. The conversion kit is easy to put into the vehicle and the instructions can be found on many of the internet websites.

The process of changing your vehicle around to run on water is virtually safe to use. The amount of danger is minimal. It would be more of a hazard to change the oil in your vehicle than to use this process. Make sure to keep open flames away from the HHO gas or try to light the Hydrogen. This is not a great idea to begin with! You will not like the results when it does ignite if you are still around to see it. This process makes the vehicle run in a safer way than without it. The mix of the fuel produces less combustible gas than it did before the water was added. The addition of new components to run water through will also not harm the engine in any way. The fuel burn will be at cooler temperatures than before causing lower wear on the engine itself. Your vehicle will last longer which means less money out of pocket for a new vehicle or engine repairs.

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