Hydrogen Car Kit Saves Money

Hydrogen car kit sales are rising dramatically in the USA and Europe. Well, the sales of hydrogen car kit manuals are on the increase, in any case. One manual publisher reported a 350{ab662c498d58e1b7b34d33fa34ec831686a9fe77d0ca7e950f839577e113f39a} increase in the sales of its HHO manual last month.

More people seem to be interested in the do-it-yourself approach which costs under $150 than buying a pre-assembled kit costing around $5,000.

And that makes sense, considering there is little difference in performance and anyone without the technical competence to build and fit their own can find a mechanic to do it for around another $150.

Hydrogen car kits are relatively straightforward to make and install. A manual is pretty essential, but the build is easy once you know how and have proper instructions to follow.

The essential element to produce hydrogen (or Brown’s gas) for automotive purposes is the catalyst. An electric current is passed through normal tap water and the catalyst splits the molecules into HHO, with hydroxy gas rising to the surface. This hydrogen gas is then fed to the carburetor where it is mixed with standard gasoline or diesel.

The results are significant. Most people with a hydrogen car kit report savings of between 15{ab662c498d58e1b7b34d33fa34ec831686a9fe77d0ca7e950f839577e113f39a} and 40{ab662c498d58e1b7b34d33fa34ec831686a9fe77d0ca7e950f839577e113f39a} on their gas bills. They also find that hydrogen is kinder on their engines, extending their lives by up to twice what they would normally last for. They also find engine performance increased in terms of acceleration and pulling power (torque).

Another interesting aspect of hydrogen car kits is government support for such projects. The IRS gives a rebate of $2,000 for each car fitted with a hydrogen kit. This shoots all the way up to $50,000 for a large truck or lorry over 50,000lbs. Anyone fitting a kit should retain all their receipts for materials, labor and their hydrogen car kit manual as proof of conversion.

Hydrogen car kits are 100{ab662c498d58e1b7b34d33fa34ec831686a9fe77d0ca7e950f839577e113f39a} safe. No hydrogen is stored on board the vehicle. Rather, the hydrogen is drawn off from the converter on an on-demand basis. Basically, there is a housing containing the catalyst and about a quart of water which bubbles away, giving off hydroxy gas in small quantities to be fed direct to the carburetor.

All kits are small enough to be fitted within the engine well. They do not affect the normal running of the engine, in the sense that they can be dismantled, within minutes, at any time and the engine will resume its normal functioning. They need cleaning about once a month, but it is a quick and easy procedure.

Until a practical vehicle running solely on hydrogen or other form of alternative energy comes into mass production, it seems likely that kit sales will only increase. It is a shame that vehicle manufacturers are unwilling at present to include oxyhydrogen as standard or as an option. But, that is the way of the world. It is left to individuals themselves to fit their own hydrogen car kit. At least it is cheap and easy.

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