Cleaner Exhaust System With HHO Auto Gas.

Just one of the benefits that comes with using the HHO auto gas technology to run your car is what happens with your exhaust system.  Yes! it becomes cleaner when you use HHO auto gas.  This is how it works.

A Cleaner Exhaust System

As water is natural and a renewable resource, emissions from a vehicle’s exhaust using brown gas are not a hazard to the environment like those from a car using gas. This is how the system works, there is a little electricity used from the car’s battery to separate the water into what is called HHO, this is also known as Hydroxy or two hydrogen and one oxygen and burns very well, so gives plenty of energy. Now the hydrogen is combined with the fuel to power the vehicle’s engine and the oxygen is released as exhaust. So you get a cleaner exhaust, cleaner for the atmosphere and we are all wanting that.

This ticks another box for the environment,

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HHO – What is it?

With the rising prices of gasoline, you may have heard the term HHO being mentioned in the news and on the internet.  Without, going into a scientific explanation, HHO stands for 2 hydrogen and 1 oxygen, in layman’s terms, it’s brown gas.

In simple terms, it is water being separated into individual elements, through a process called electrolysis. Direct current from a battery is passed through water (preferably distilled water with baking soda) and by using electrodes (one positive and one negative) HHO gas is extracted from the water.

Hydrogen gas will bubble up from the cathode (positive current) and oxygen will come from the anode (negative current).  The result is HHO gas, oxyhydrogen or commonly known as brown gas.

There are several applications for the use of HHO, such as lighting, welding and recently the popularity of using HHO as fuel for automobiles.  At present the internal combustion engine does not burn fuel efficiently, causing much of the fuel to be sent out in the exhaust. 

Added to gasoline, HHO helps to increase burn velocity, providing additional time for the combustion process to take place.  In addition, the use of HHO allows the engine to run on a leaner air to fuel ratio, resulting in better gas mileage and reduced emissions.