Your Car On Water
This run your car on water informational guide is dedicated to
separating fact from fiction. There are so many run your car on
water scams right now that put a black eye on the legitimate businesses,
that I've decided to put up a website to clarify the industry and
Run Your Car on Water
The easily way to start the conversion is to talk about the run
your car on water scams first. There are two types of scammers that
I see on the Internet. The first type of run your car on water scammer
has a willful disregard for the truth. The second type is blissfully
ignorant of the facts, wants to make a quick buck and throws up
a website filled with myths and egregious factual errors.
Both of these types of people hurt the run your car on water
industry at large. Now let's talk about what "run your car
on water" actually and realistically means. It simply means
running your internal combustion engine (gasoline or diesel) partly
If a run your car on water site is talking about running a vehicle
100-percent water with no other means of powering the vehicle, then
this is a scam. There is no free lunch, there is no free energy,
there is no perpetual motion machines that exist. This would violate
the laws of thermodynamics.
Instead, however, you can partially run your vehicle on water.
This is done through basic electrolysis. Water is electrolyzed with
an electrical current from the car's battery or alternator and the
H2O turns into HHO gas. This HHO gas is then pushed or pulled into
the car's intake system where it will burn along with the gasoline
inside the cylinders.
The mere fact of introducing
gasoline with HHO gas means less gasoline if used. This means
lower emission and increase gasoline mileage. The HHO gas that
is burned is cleaner than gasoline and the only emissions from
HHO is a little water vapor or H2O.
This kind of technology has been around for decades. Scientists
in the 1700s and 1800s were experimenting with electrolysis methods.
In the 1960s, William A. Rhodes patented a method for creating
HHO gas. In the 1970s, Yull Brown applied for a similar patent.
Both Rhodes and Brown's HHO technology has been used in the welding
industry for years.
The prestigious National Hydrogen Association also endorses the
same technology by another name, "hydrogen fuel injection"
systems calling them an exciting emerging technology.
Thousands of cars, trucks and vehicles are using these hydrogen
fuel injection systems right now with positive results in regard
to reducing emissions and increasing gas mileage.
The trick to this whole process right now, however, is to separate
the legitimate businesses from the non-legitimate businesses.
And, that is what I will try to do with the rest of the pages
on this run your car on water guide. The fakes outnumber the real
deal unfortunately, so a little education can go a long way.