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     Our Hydrogen On-Demand System consists of a Hydrogen/ HHO Generator(s), Pulse Width Modulator(s) (PWM), a MAP/MAF Sensor and sometimes an Electronic Fuel Injection Enhancer (EFIE) or O2 enhancer that work together to create significant savings on your fuel costs. It�s important to keep in mind that our system works as a supplement to your vehicles current fuel (Gasoline, Ethanol, Natural Gas, Diesel, Biodiesel). With conservative driving habits coupled with our system, consumers are seeing increased mileage savings of 35-60% on average � though we have had reports of over 100%. (doubling MPG!)
Let�s Look at How it's Done!
The Hydrogen/HHO Generator.
     By using electrolysis the cell will produce Oxyhydrogen, a mixture of hydrogen and oxygen gases, typically in a 2:1 atomic ratio, the same proportion as water. Once produced, the gas is introduced into the air intake of the engine. This gaseous mixture is widely used as a clean burning high energy renewable fuel. Oxyhydrogen will combust when brought to its auto ignition temperature. For a concentrated mixture at atmospheric pressure, auto ignition occurs at about 570 �C (1065 �F). The minimum energy required to ignite such a mixture with a spark is about 0.02 millijoules. When ignited, the gas mixture converts to water vapor and releases a massive amount of cool clean renewable energy, which sustains the reaction: 241.8 kJ of energy (LHV) for every mole of H2 burned. The amount of heat energy released is independent of the mode of combustion, but the temperature of the flame varies. The maximum temperature of about 5000 �F is achieved with a pure mixture when burned at a torch tip. When mixed with air as is the case in an internal combustion engine, the water vapor formed almost instantaneously cools the combustion chamber and cancels out the initial higher temp, but not before increasing the efficiency of the fossil fuel burn. Oxyhydrogen improves emissions and the overall fuel economy of internal combustion engines when combined with air/fuel ratio and/or timing modifications; these effects will be achieved in addition to engine performance. Most customer immediately report a significant improvement in vehicle response and horsepower gains.
The Electronic Controllers.
     (THiS CONTROLER CAN CONTROL EITHER THE MAP OR THE MAF SENSOR OR BOTH AT THE SAME TIME) The MAP-MAF controller work by simply modifying the vehicles fuel/air ratio sensors. Adjusting the reference voltage or frequency of the signal that the vehicle computer receives will allow you to lean or richen the fuel air mix. (lean= less fuel more air) (rich = more fuel less air) When you introduce HHO /hydrogen into your fuel air mixture the fossil fuel is more completely burned in the combustion chamber and less is wasted and burned in the exhaust system. Adjusting the MAP or MAF is critical otherwise your vehicle wouldn't know that it needs less fuel. And a rich condition would result. *** your vehicle whether gas or diesel will have a MAP or MAF sensor on the air intake. In some cases it will have both. Either of the above two devices will work with your vehicle whether you have a MAP or MAF sensor. If you have both you will normally only need to make adjustments to one of the two, Our installers usually choose the sensor with wires that are most easily accessed.
Electronic Fuel Injection Enhancer (EFIE) or O2 enhancer
     The EFIE is used to assist the computer to accept the gains produced by the Generator. The Oxyhydrogen affects the burn rate of fuels and lean combustion capabilities of internal combustion engines. Most new model cars have advanced computer controlled systems that will compensate or adjust to the rich/lean conditions created by the addition of Oxyhydrogen to a certain degree. The computer makes the corrections from various sensors such as O2 and MAP-MAF. If you are running extremely high levels of HHO into your vehicle the MAP-MAF adjustments may not be enough and you will use an EFIE to further lean out the fuel air mix by intercepting and manipulating the signals sent from the O2 sensors back to the ecu. If your vehicle turns on the check engine light on the dash after adding HHO and tunning with the MAP-MAF, chances are that you will need an EFIE to help with creating a lean fuel saving condition. The presence of a check engine light after adding HHO and tuning usually means that an error code has been generated by the cars computer and the system has been put into "open loop" which can be thought of as being similar to safe mode on a home computer. Only default factory settings will be applied rather than optimized fuel air ratio settings. this is counter productive and usually results in significant decreases in fuel economy. You can reset the code by unplugging the battery or by using a low cost code reader through your cars ODB II port.
     The Pulse Width Modulator serves (2) very important functions: *** MOST VEHICLES HAVE A SIGNIFICANT AMOUNT OF AVAILABLE AMPS FOR HYDROGEN/HHO PRODUCTION! FOR EXAMPLE A LATE MODEL CHEVY SILVERADO 1500 HAS A STOCK 110 AMP ALTERNATOR AND WITH EVERY ACCESSORY TURNED ON (LIGHTS ,RADIO, AIR CONDITIONING, ETC ) THE CURRENT DRAW WAS MEASURED USING A DC CLAMP METER. THE TOTAL DRAW WAS ONLY 40 AMPS WHICH LEAVES 70 AMPS AVAILABLE! Due to the sheer potential of our Generator, our PWM is used to regulate gas production. This production is a direct correlation to the quantity of Amps drawn from your alternator. Our PWM uses specifically designed circuitry that allows the user to set the amp draw within a range that your vehicle can spare. Most passenger vehicles have at least 30-100 amps to devote to the Generator. If the Generator draws more amps than available,your vehicles battery may not charge fully. The other attribute of the PWM is that it pulses the Generator with a specific DC current frequency that creates rich harmonics within the electrolytic cell. This helps the generator run cooler and increases the efficiency of electrolysis. It also promotes the production of a more powerful form of HHO. This is achieved by forming a higher number of Orthohydrogen and Parahydrogen molecules.