With the current and rapid rise in the prices of fuel, wouldn’t it be nice to know if we could only use water to gas on vehicles?
Realistically speaking, what would get us excited nowadays is the fact that water can actually be used to fuel our vehicles and with that technology in our hands, we may very soon heave a sigh or relief as we break free from the bonds of petroleum as the only means of fueling our vehicles.
There are currently a number of developers and inventors who heeded the call of the times to come up with affordable and efficient alternatives to petroleum, since the current demand for petroleum globally and the suffering economy of some nations, will continue to prop up fuel prices in the very near future.
As for the time being, gasoline is still the fuel by choice and by necessity, since most, if not all of these alternative devices are fuel or gas-saving devices that will indeed minimize conventional fuel consumption, plus side benefits of improved mileage, reduces carbon emissions and footprints and prolongs engine life, which by far are the most salient benefits that motorists have reason to be very happy about.
Among the most common operational processes by these water to gas fuel-saving devices is primarily adding a small amount of mixed hydrogen and oxygen gas called Brown’s Gas into the vehicles fuel injection system.
This enriched mixture of oxygen and hydrogen, also called oxyhydrogen, is mixed with gasoline, which is then chemically bonded together molecularly and magnetically.
This combination results to better fuel economy and increases miles per gallon ranging from an estimated 25%-50%, depending on the vehicle’s engine make-up and condition.
Other benefits that one could get from these gas-saving devices are the noticeable increase in engine power, since less pressure is exerted on the accelerator pedal to speed up the engine.
Since the oxyhydrogen mixture burns cleaner and burns more completely, thus it burns more efficiently and maximizes engine power. It also cleans up carbon deposits in the engine and prevents future build-up of carbon.
It can also be environmentally friendly since exhaust emissions are greatly reduced by the oxyhydrogen burning process.
And lastly, due to the cooling nature of oxygen and hydrogen, the temperature in the combustion chamber drops slightly, efficiently enhancing fuel combustion and quicker flame spread ratio.
There are a myriad varieties of gas and fuel-saving devices in the market today and most, if not all, adopt a similar process of efficiently harnessing the potential of alternative solutions to counter the effects of the worsening prices of petroleum in the market today.
However, with these commercially potential circumstances in taking advantage of this precarious situation, people also have to be way of other unscrupulous individuals who may also make the most out of the situation to foster their diabolical schemes.
Since the water to gas concept itself is very attractive, taking all the possible precautions, as well as being wary about scams that may tend to victimize unwitting individuals to fall prey to their controverted schemes.
Generally, the concept of water to gas is an innovative and a resounding and refreshing call of the times in addressing the common global problem of rising fuel prices, which, eventually, will pave the way for other cheap and alternative sources for fuel, especially even one that can be good and sustainable for the environment.
Water to gas, why not?