Hydrogen fuel injection is the process of splitting water via electrolysis
and putting the resultant HHO gas into the car's intake system to
supplement the gasoline or diesel fuel that is burned. The term
"hydrogen fuel injection" is often used by the National
Hydrogen Association and other large organization since there are
two hydrogen atoms to one oxygen atom that result in a clean burn.
The National Hydrogen Association (NHA) has endorsed three member
organization that manufacture hydrogen fuel injection systems. Canadian
Hydrogen Energy Company, HyPower Fuel, Incorporated, Hy-Drive Technologies
are all members of the NHA and also have hydrogen fuel injection
products on the marketplace.
The Canadian Hydrogen Energy Company is perhaps the largest of
these companies with service to both the U. S. and Canada. Other
company not on the NHA list is another Canadian company called Hydrogen
Hybrid Technologies who has gotten an order to place their hydrogen
fuel injection (HFI) units in a group of British Columbia school
Hydrogen Hybrid Technologies is also working with the South Korea
government to put over 100,000 hydrogen fuel injection devices inside
large trucks to help cut down on pollution in Seoul and other outlying
Hydrogen fuel injection is real, its clean and its happening now.
There's no time like the present to put one of these hydrogen
gas savers into your car today.