With the increasing interest in alternative fuels today, many people are looking at making their own. A few years ago I did some research online about building my own hydrogen generator, and I was absolutely shocked by what I discovered.
I learned that every day people around the world had already begun making their own hydrogen generators, and were successfully converting their cars and trucks to water burning hybrids. Not only did they save money on their gas bills, but they were able to reduce the pollution they contributed to the environment.
Man, I tell you, I was livid because I felt that I had been lied to for all of my life! The only reason this technology was kept a secret was for the simple fact of greed. Big oil and the auto industry were making far too much money to let the cat out of the bag.
Thanks to the increasing use of the inherent, more and more people are realizing that they have been hoodwinked into spending money on something they don’t really need. A social, political, and economic revolution is at hand.
I constructed my own hydrogren cell generator this year, and was thrilled with how easy and inexpensive it was. I purchased a professional manual and conversion kit on the internet and spent approximately $99 in raw materials. Even if you are not technically adept, you can enlist the aid of a local mechanic or a friend who is an engineer and they can help you put it together in a matter of hours.
A small amount of electricity is borrowed from your car’s battery, and it sends a current to the electrodes that are submersed in water, generating on-demand HHO gas. It is a simple, safe, and instant process.
HHO fuel is two bonded hydrogen molecules and one oxygen molecule and contains three times the energy as an equivalent amount of gasoline. Mixing the two together, you will have a very clean burning fuel that not only sky-rocket fuel efficiency but also engine performance, too.
I guarantee that once you educate yourself on this technology you will be as excited about it as I am. You will have the keys to improving your environmental impact, you’ll spend far less money, and you’ll have freedom from the choke hold that oil companies have on our economy.
Author: Matthew LoopThis author has published 5 articles so far.