Sunday, July 6, 2008

The Hydrogen Gas Saver: Fact or Fiction

The Hydrogen Gas Saver: Fact or Fiction?

With the rising cost of fuel, people everywhere are looking for something to help them save on their costs at the pump. From fuel boosters to super magnets to the hydrogen gas saver, it almost seems like people are willing to try anything. In fact, you are probably reading this article right now because you are trying to find out if such a thing as the hydrogen gas saver really works, right? Well, let’s take a quick look at the science behind the idea and then we can go from there.

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The concept has been around for years actually. Producing HHO (hydrogen-hydrogen-oxygen) gas from an electrolysis method applied to water was first discovered by a guy named Brown. So that is why you will hear HHO referred to sometimes as Brown’s gas. It’s just another name for the gas that is produced when electrolysis is done correctly. The hydrogen gas saver is simply a method of creating this HHO gas as a fuel booster for your car. Now there are some folks out there claiming that they can run the car completely 100% on HHO ... that is something I would have to do some more research on.

However, as for the hydrogen gas saver actually helping your car get better gas mileage? It’s really not that hard to believe ... there are tons of people all over the world posting their findings on the Internet, and most of them aren’t looking to sell you anything. They are simply ‘bragging’ about what a great savings they are experiencing at the gas pump with their hydrogen gas savers in use. Just a cursory glance over many of these testimonials will give you reason to believe in this new concept of a water hybrid car. People are posting gains of anywhere from 25% to 250% from their original m.p.g. values.

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That brings up another good point. Before you go installing a hydrogen gas saver on your car, you want to make sure that you find out how many miles you are getting to the gallon now. This will give you a good baseline to know whether or not the device is working properly (or any device, for that matter). While there are fancy gadgets out there that will give you an instant reading on your m.p.g. ratio, I prefer the old school methodology myself using those time honored tools called pencil and paper. Here’s how you do it. Fill up your tank and reset your trip odometer. If you don’t have a trip odometer, write down your regular odometer reading. Drive normally and don’t fill up until you are close to a quarter of a tank or less. The more driving you do, the more accurate your results will be. Next, when you fill up again, record the trip odometer reading or regular odometer reading (before you reset it!). Also, you will want to record how many gallons of gasoline it took to fill back up your vehicle. Then it’s simply a matter of dividing the number of miles driven by the number of gallons it took to refill the tank. This will give you a baseline m.p.g. so if you install a hydrogen gas saver you can really quantify your savings.

So what’s the bottom line on the hydrogen gas saver? From everything I’ve seen, it works. Some cars adapt better than others, and some cars seem to require add-on computer controls, etc. But to get a 50% or more increase in gas savings ... wouldn’t it be worth it? Now a word of caution about the hydrogen gas saver: you can find these things all over the Internet. However, HHO gas is highly flammable. My point being that you should get the best information available when researching and making your decision to build your own hydrogen gas saver. Don’t accept everything you come across as being ‘the real deal’ either. Just remember, as is often the case, you get what you pay for. Free information is out there, but when it comes to being safe, is free really the way you want to go?

Get a great set of plans to build your own hydrogen gas saver here:

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