HYDROGEN CONVERSION GARAGE HHO - commonly referred to as OXYHYDROGEN
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Plates being tested.
These are stainless steel plates that produce the HHO gas as an electric current accesses them through the electrolytic solution.


A Hydrogen Generator


Installed in front of the radiator

HHO - also known as OXYHYDROGEN

Dodge

Oxyhydrogen units can be installed on practically any truck, car or tractor.

Those inventors and developers who have stepped out into the world of Hydrogen Conversion - using electrolysis to produce HHO on demand, have often found themselves in the spotlight shone by the "naysayers".

It is never difficult to hear hundreds of reasons why something different will never work. However, when you answer with a calm assurance, that you have an oxyhydrogen unit on your pickup and that it works great, you immediately become the focus of attention in the auto parts store!

On this website, you'll find that we use the terms HHO, Hydrogen Conmversion, and Oxyhydrogen interchangeably. Indeed, these terms refer to the same thing. Very basically stated, a unique gas is produced through the electrolysis of water. In producing this gas to be used as a fuel, we are purposely keeping its components, hydrogen and oxygen, combined but in the gaseous state.

Hydrogen, burning alone, produces too hot of a flame to be used in a standard engine. By combining the hydrogen with oxygen, the rate of combustion is slowed to a desired rate. Interestingly enough, this is what octane additives do when combined with gasoline. The rate of combustion combined with it's "clean burning", results in a fuel that not only saves money but also helps to clean up the enviroment.








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