How Hydrogen On Demand Works

Two things most people don’t know: 1) internal combustion engines are only 20 to 30 percent efficient at burning their fuel. 2) vehicles normally burn two gallons of water (found in the atmosphere) per one gallon of gas. That water is in vapor form and is pulled into you your engine with the air and is also used in the combustion process. The carburetors or fuel injectors (whichever you have) force the fuel also into vapor form, and all this is burned together in the cylinder chambers. The Hydrogen On Demand System uses an electrolysis process to separate water into Hydrogen and Oxygen (then a gas). It then adds these gasses to the vapors described above and the Hydrogen atoms adhere to the fuel vapors and almost completely burn all the fuel and the Hydrogen. Burning nearly all the fuel you wasted before as well as the newly added Hydrogen increases your mileage dramatically. So it is not really burning water, but its parts. Those parts are called HHO or Browns Gas. It is not uncommon for mechanics to inject water into an engine to clean the engine (blow the carbon out of the combustion chamber) before a smog test, for instance. The How2SaveFuel system will do the same, gradually, and maintain a clean running engine, extending the life of the oil and the engine. This also increases mileage.
It’s a simple process. You don’t change your engine or its computer. A Two quart-size (95O cc) container is mounted somewhere under the hood (preferably). You fill it with DISTILLED WATER and a little bit of BAKING SODA. The device gets vacuum and electricity (12 Volts) from the engine, and produces HHO gas (Hydrogen+Oxygen). The HHO gas is supplied to the engine. The design is simple, effective and safe.

The electrical connection is also very simple. The device connects to the 12 Volt battery via a relay or switch that is hooked up to a safe always off source to prevent hydrogen production when the engine is not running. The device is fuse protected and draws very little current, only 6 Amps!

Due to our unique design – stainless steel SPIRALS rather than PLATES. This device produces HHO gas for less electric power out of your battery. If your car now gets 20 mpg, a 50% increase would mean that you would now be getting 30 mpg! If you had a 15 gallon tank instead of going 300 miles per tank, you would now be going 450 miles per tank. That’s going 33% further on the same amount of gas.