Run a car on water: Is it really possible

Posted on January 12, 2009 @ 3:00 am
by James Erwin

The reports about automobiles running on water as fuel still seems surprising to many people. The idea of not having to depend completely on the expensive gasoline alone while decreasing air pollution at the same time is just too good to believe at times. Although not commercialized to public, many people are now turning to alternative fuel technology to power their cars.

Water-driven vehicles had been in used since the World War II, in which tanks and fighter engines use water to boost gas mileage and cool engine temperatures during rough times. While this technology provides many advantages and is in existence for almost about 90 years, it is not surprising that many people are still unfamiliar with it, or doubts its functionality. This is because once majority of the public made use of water instead of gasoline, many of the world’s main economies which depend largely on the oil industry will fail, as the demand for it will definitely drop.

Water fuel technology is not powered by water alone. Rather, the water only boosts the gasoline, increasing your gas mileage by about 20%, and saving 90% of your gas usage. Water cannot be directly burned like a fuel, but gases can be extracted from it to be burned for energy. The electricity from your car’s battery passes through some distilled water, generating HHO (oxyhydrogen) gas. This gas is then connected to your air intake and mixed with your car’s fuel.

For about $50 to $200, the cost for the conversion of your car to support water fuel technology is convenient. You can either buy ready-made fully-assembled kits, or install it yourself by buying readily-available parts in local automobile and hardware stores for a much cheaper option.

HHO technology supports 98% of vehicles, from motorcycles, cars, vans, buses and even trucks, and enables you to save about 10% to 40% of your gas bill. Not only does your car run cleaner, you’re also helping in preserving the environment by cutting out harmful gas emissions. It is entirely safe to install one of these conversion kits, as it will not affect your car warranty in any way.

The most important thing is to do some research first should you decide to install this technology on your vehicle. Reliable water fuel systems provide a guide with extensive illustrations, photos and an easy to follow guide on how to successfully install water fuel systems. This information is explained by professional water fuel system experts who dedicate their time to installing HHO fuel converters. It costs just $75 to $100 for all the necessary parts which you will get back in no time at all on gas fuel savings. The actual installation only takes about two hours and using the easy-to-follow manual, you don’t have to be a professional mechanic to install this.

In light of the growing gas prices, alternative fuel systems are becoming more in demand. Aside from saving valuable amounts of money on gasoline and other fuel products, you’ll also be turning your car cleaner and nature-friendly at the same time.

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