Alternative Automotive Fuel

By: Will Yap

With the current sky high fuel prices, many people are searching for alternative automotive fuel. Some experts have claimed that you can run your car on hydrogen. Is hydrogen car technology a scam? Hydrogen or also known as water car technology utilizes water as a key source of fuel. Top scientists have already discovered that energy can be extracted from water and can be used as alternative fuel for automobiles. It is said that this technology was kept from the public due to political reasons. What exactly is water car technology? This article will share 3 points on the subject.

1. The Wonders of Water
The key component of this technology is water. From elementary science, water is made up of hydrogen and oxygen molecules in a 2:1 ratio. The gas that is needed as an alternative automotive fuel is called Oxyhydrogen and it is made up of HHO. Unfortunately, it exists as a gas at room temperature and its chemical combination is different from that of water. Therefore, when water is broken down, Oxyhydrogen can then be extracted and used as a fuel source. To extract the gas, a special device would have to be installed in automobiles.

2. The Wonders Of Oxyhydrogen
Oxyhydrogen gas can be extracted from water with a simple electrolysis process. This process is already being heavily utilized by industries for melding metal and glass. When oxyhydrogen is used on cars, it has a potential to provide more energy and increase gas mileage when mixed and used with normal gasoline. Unfortunately, running cars on purely water alone is not possible yet. Gasoline is still needed as part of the mixture.

3. Benefits of Water As An Alternative Fuel For Automobiles
To reduce the conventional fuel needed on cars, the use of oxyhydrogen gas mixed with normal gasoline is one alternative solution. With proper fine tuning, you can saved up 50 percent of your car energy cost. With the current high fuel prices, any technology that can reduce cost should be explored.

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