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Fuel Cell and Pulse-width modulator (PWM) Installation Guide, Facts & Figures & Parts List
Created By: Dennis R Peacock in affiliation with Rene Poyaoan

The Constant Current Pulse Width Modulator v2.1

Specifications Input voltage .................................... +12 to +18 VDC Max continuous output current ............ 75A Max repetitive peak current ................ 250A Operating temperature range .............. -25 to +85 *C Current regulation ............................. >100:1 Frequency Range (+/- 10%) ............... 1KHz-10KHz Introduction
This PWM marks the first product I have designed that I personally am confident actually provides a benefit to HHO installations. So, what's the benefit? Let's start with what a PWM is not. A PWM is not a magic device that is likely to provide any great gains in production over straight DC. It is not designed to provide resonant tuning such as Boyce or Meyer toyed with. While both of these devices use similar technology, there's much hocus-pocus in their designs. Personally, I have yet to see or hear of a working replication of either design that produces any amount of HHO close to what is claimed for them. A true PWM is just an electronic switch that turns on and off at a very fast rate of speed varying the percentage of time on vs off. To the load it appears smooth because it's so fast, just like our vision can barely detect the flicker of a fluorescent bulb even though it goes completely off and back on again 120 times a second. The duty cycle of a PWM is the percentage of on-time vs. off-time. HHO electrolyzers naturally draw more current as they warm up. All brute force electrolyzers will warm up, even the most efficient ones. At the end of a day current can be easily three times as much as what you started with at the beginning of the day. Without a PWM the problem becomes finding the correct electrolyte concentration for an entire day of driving. If you start out weak then production is very slow to start out with and you lose the benefits until much later in the day. If you start out strong enough to see benefits right away, by the end of the day you're blowing fuses or greatly stressing your alternator. With a current limited PWM you set your electrolyte for the target operating current at the beginning of the day. To start the output duty cycle is nearly 100%. Half way through the day as the cell is getting warm it may want to draw twice as much current from straight DC. The PWM, sensing that twice as much current is flowing every time it switches on, rolls back the duty cycle to 50%, thus maintaining the same average current. At the end of day when the cell wants to draw three times as much current the PWM is operating at 33% duty cycle. Presented here is my own design for a PWM with peak sensing current limiting. There is no other PWM design I have found that incorporates this feature, at least not at a price that anyone can afford. It is my sincerest hope that you are able to realize a true return on your investment from what I have created.

Initial setup
The PWM is capable of sustained current output far in excess of what can be delivered by most typical automotive alternators. Despite this fact, it's not impossible to exceed the 75 amp continuous, 250 amp peak impulse maximum limits of the device. It's easier than you may think. In the previous example I explained how the cell can draw as much as 3 times the amount of current if powered by straight DC once it gets hot. Let's say you set the PWM to regulate at 30 amps. If the cell wants to draw 60 amps from straight DC the PWM will throttle back to 50% duty cycle. If the cell wants to 120 amps the duty cycle drops to 25%. In all cases the average current remains at 30 amps, well below the 75 amp maximum. What changes is the peak impulse current. Even at 120 amps peak impulse, that too is also well within safe operational limits. However, many builders like to use parallel plate designs (+-+-+-+-+-). This puts the full input voltage between every plate. It's very easy to add too much electrolyte to this type of cell and create a virtual dead short. No matter what, the PWM will limit the average current. But 30 amps average into a nearly dead short is impulses of nearly infinite current. 600 amps peak is still 30 amps average at 5% duty cycle but well in excess of the 250 peak impulse maximum of the PWM. Get it? When you first get your PWM it will be calibrated for 20 amps at 2.5 Khz. This is a good baseline to start with for most installations. REMEMBER, IT IS VITALLY IMPORTANT to adjust your initial startup current with electrolyte

concentration first while the cell is cold from straight DC. Then use the PWM to limit current as the conditions of the cell changes with temp. Frequency can literally be adjusted by ear. It's not that critical. If you need to know what the exact frequency is you'll need a frequency counter or oscilloscope. The % adjustment is used as a manual HHO throttle and can be extended to a throttle pot if desired. Other uses for your CCPWM: Overload protected 12V EV motor speed controller High powered 12V Lamp Dimmer control Tesla Coil primary driver Warranty: This PWM is warranted against defects in materials and workmanship. It is guaranteed not to be dead on arrival and to meet or exceed the published specifications. Liability is limited to repair or replacement at our discretion. Warranty does not cover misuse including but not limited to miswiring, water damage or exceeding any published rating. Customer acknowledges that, as a still experimental field of study, devices such as this used in HHO experiments may be subjected to unexpected conditions causing premature failure for which the manufacturer will have no responsibility. Repair cost quotes based on time and materials plus return shipping. HHO can be a dangerous field of study if not treated with the utmost respect. We shall assume no responsibility for any harm to the customer, witnesses, neighbors or passersby, or any personal property owned by any of these, directly or indirectly through his/her use of this device. Customer warrants that he/she shall use this device in compliance with local, state and federal laws, regulations. One Large benefit to HHO is called heavy water, and the source of heavy water is electrolysis which is what we are doing. Heavy water has one more atom of hydrogen. So what we want to do is put a magnet in our overflow reservoir to collect the iron from the cell. Never drain the water from the cell as it is making heavy water , instead just wait tell the overflow reservoir is empty then clean it and the magnet. Heavy water will increase your production of HHO. If you plan on tearing your cell apart after one year for inspection make sure you keep the water and put it back into the cell when you are done.

Stainless Plates
12 Bolts 1/4x4 24 stainless washers. 12 nuts Buy one meter of 3/8 fuel hose and cut 12 pieces 2 for insulating bolts from steel plates.

Drill Bolt holes 13/16 inch from edge of plastic to

allow for hose spacers

Lay out plates neg-4nutral+ like this nnnn+nnnn-

Scan black image then print to 1.5 inches by 3inch. Place microchip on paper to make sure its the right size. Print onto transparent film using a laser printer and use as photo-mask along with photo-sensitized boards. You can put 4 pcbs on one 4x6 inch board, its best to print 2 copys so you can pace one on top of the other for better coverage. Place image face down on apiece glass and tape edges in place. Place 2nd print out on top of the first align and tape down for better coverage. Next in a dark place take the protective covering off your photo-sensitized board and lay it face down on the print out and tape in place. Now turn over the glass so you can see the image as seen in the picture below. Walk outside and place in direct sunlight for one min then go back to your dark place and take the board off the glass and rinse it in the developing solution (one liter of tap water with one pack of developing crystals provided with the sensitized board) tell the green comes off the board where you see the white traces on the picture below. Rinse in fresh water. Now wash it in warm ferric chloride until all the copper is gone from the unprotected area, rinse in tap water. Then take the pcb out to the sun unprotected for one more min then rinse in the developing solution one last time to remove the green from the board so you can solder to the board, rinse one last time. Now your ready to drill holes in the board so you can install the parts. The two large circles are for the grounding/mounting studs and must be mounted to the case (ie metal box). Wear rubber gloves and eye protection

Parts Side of PCB

There is only 6 electronic parts in the box that are not on the circuit board. 1LED, Amp meter(black)Mosfet,C5 & C7 & 12volt 30 amp car relay not shown. Part D1 attaches at the drain of the mosfet and goes to the positive cell connection blocking current going back to the mosfet. Mount car relay on pos battery stud inside the box. C5 connects between the terminals of C7. C7 grounds to the box and the other terminal goes to + Cell bolt.

Then run a wire from terminal 87 on the car relay to the positive on the amp meter. Then the neg amp meter connects to the +cell bolt. Terminal 86 to ground 85 to master switch bolt between the cell bolts.

RS Components Ltd 21/F Multinational Bancorporation Centre 6805 Ayala Avenue Makati City Philippines or mouser eletronics
PWM Parts List, v2 Unless noted, all resistors are in ohms, 1/4W, 5% tolerance. All capacitors are in uF, 16V minimum Designation P/N Qty Description Mouser Digi-Key LM324NFSND $0.42 ea Misc vendors



Quad Op-Amp

512-LM324N $0.33 ea


268-0002 (36p)
U2 7810 1 10V Regulator 512-LM7810ACT $0.31 ea 296-21622-5ND $0.84 ea


661-6702 (61p)




512-HUF75344G3 $2.17 ea, $1.73 ea 10+

IRFP064NPBFND $4.12 ea, $2.748 10+ RS

541-0008 (154p)


MUR420G or equiv

Fast recovery Rectifier

863-MUR420G $0.42 ea

MUR420GOSND $0.53 ea RS

MUR420 (25p)




R12 (note 1) 0.0015

Wire Shunt Resistor




542-77F101-RC $0.18 ea or 434-23-101 $0.20ea

71CCF07100RJKE36 $0.02 ea 71-CCF07-J-1K $0.02 ea 71-CCF07-J-1.8K $0.02 ea

RS#1910598(22p) RS 191-0598




R10, R13



R1, R7,






660MF1/4LCT52R392J $0.05 ea 71CCF0710K0JKE36 $0.02 ea 71-CCF07-J-22K $0.02 ea 71-CCF07-J-100K $0.02 ea 71-CCF07-J-1M $0.02 ea

R3, R4, R5






R8 R11,R14

100k 1M

1 1

Resistor Resistor



Mylar film cap

598-DSF050J223 $0.19 ea RS

476-2572 (8p)



Disk ceramic cap

140-100Z5-473ZTB-RC $0.16 ea

2508425618 (14p)

C2, C4,C5


Electrolytic cap

647-UVZ1V470MDD 35 volt $0.10 ea 105c


224-4268 (17p)


4.7uF / 100V

Polyester film

5989-100V4.7-F $2.27 ea

RS 115-629 (68p)



Disk ceramic cap

140-50P2-102K-TBRC $0.08 ea


12,000uF / 1 25V

661Low ESR Electrolytic EKMH250VNN123MP 25 volt $2.73 ea RS 2508851301

35 volt RS 127-802



6 Volt 1amp


Relay 2

12 volt 30amp

Fuse holder

With 30 amp fuse



Linear taper pot

652-3006P-1-102LF $1.55 ea or 652-3296Y-1-102LF $2.20 ea

3006P-102LFND $1.73 ea or 3296Y-102LFND $2.50 ea RS

522-0063 (140p)



Linear taper pot

652-3006P-1-103LF $1.55 ea or 652-3296Y-1-103LF $2.20 ea

3006P-103LFND $1.73 ea or 3296Y-103LFND $2.50 ea RS

522-0079 (140p)



Linear taper pot

652-3006P-1-203LF $1.55 ea or 652-3296Y-1-203LF $2.20 ea

3006P-203LFND $1.73 ea or 3296Y-203LFND $2.50 ea RS

522-0142 (140p)

Metal box Aluminum oxide wafer Mica

532-4180, $0.70 ea

TO-247 insulators Heat sink compound CPU cooler PC Board Fibre shoulder washers For #10 screw 5C12B3

MCM 21-1170 $4.21/25 526-NTE303 1g $1.77 ea 345-1006-ND 4g $5.04 ea NewEgg $3.99 + S&H Directron $1.99 ea

1 1 3 4 X 6 Keystone #3239 or equiv

RS 178-822

Fibre flat washers

For #10 screw

Keystone #3130 or equiv

RS 528-176

Spacer,hexagonal,brass,m/f,M4x12mm RS part#221-140 Screw W lockwasher RS#278-6418 Nut RS# 560-293

Misc: ground lugs, binding posts, stand-offs, hookup wire. LED RS #654-2314

15p ea 3p ea 1p ea

Resistor for LED RS #131-255 L brackets RS#427-997

Note 1: R12 is a 6" length of insulated 14ga stranded or solid coper wire. See schematic description for details.


WHAT WILL MY MILEAGE GAIN BE? First of all, supplemental hydrogen induced into any engine will not produce effective results UNLESS the engine is in VERY GOOD running condition. This means if your engine has ANY of the following problems: piston rings and/or valve(s), engine miss, check engine light on, oil burning consumption, unusual smoke emitting from exhaust and/or breather system, or over heating, or has not been tuned according to factory recommendations, DO NOT expect any fuel mileage improvement. Simply stated, HHO is not a fix all; but it is a proven fact that supplemental HHO reduces engine emissions and increases fuel economy. However, HHO unit must be installed properly and the engine must be properly tuned for each 22222222application to accommodate the HHO induction. Placing any kind of supplemental HHO generator system onto any engine, without addressing the aforesaid, will yield little or no fuel mileage improvement. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS Incorrectly installing or incorrectly using the H.O.G. may result in serious damage to your automobile or bodily injury. Read and follow the instructions and safety precautions given here and in relevant places throughout this manual to avoid these hazards. If you do not understand these instructions or do not like working on vehicles, have your mechanic do the installation. It should take 30 to 45 minutes to install this unit. Be sure to work outside, no smoking; make sure the engine is not hot. Be sure to wear goggles and rubber gloves and only use professional tools; use common sense and general safety procedures used for automotive installations and maintenance. If you're not sure, ASK! Yes, HHO is combustible ! Your H.O.G. Cell system does not store hydrogen when installed properly, so there is no fire hazard due to hydrogen storage. So, don't let people who have no understanding of the system intimidate you or tell you about non-existent hazards. Hydrogen dry cell technology cools down the engine and adds safety to any car. WORD OF CAUTION: Avoid unnecessary fears and that includes listening to self appointed experts. Because the safety notes in this manual are not intended to intimidate or stop you, only to add to your safety. Do not tighten or loosen the bolts. Tightening of the bolts may result to damage to the fuel cell; it may crack the plastic in caps of the cell. Loose bolts will result to leaks. Extreme precaution is advised when tightening or loosening the bolts.

The Dry Fuel Cell is the heart of the system that generates the HHO gas and cools down the engine. You will need to find a place in the engine compartment to mount your new HOG cell. It MUST BE MOUNTED as such & The fitting openings facing NORTH to the sky, and NOT side mounted or it will not work properly and you will have unstable amp draw that could blow the fuse. It should be mounted and secured in such a manner as to assure that it cannot bounce around when the vehicle hits bumps etc. Use the 4 longer bolts for mounting front and back make sure not to over tighten bolts when reinstalling. Make sure that your Reservoir/Bubbler is installed higher than the fuel cell as this would have a gravity fed system .. Furthermore, make sure all hoses connection to the fittings are

securely tightened with hose clamps and in the rare event there happens to be a fitting leaking at any of the threads, use Teflon tape or plumber's Goop to seal them according to the products instructions. There are no pumps involved with the circulation. This device needs to be installed upright as seen in the illustration. If you're not sure of something, tell us the problem by sending a message via email or posting your problems on HHO Philippines facebook account. Try to install your new Dry Fuel Cell as far away from the heat of your engine. Locate the coolest available place in the engine area. We cannot give you an exact number here for what is too hot, because there is a combination of heating factors here. There is a situation called Thermal Runaway, where an increase in ambient temperature combined with too high of electrolyte mix can lead to a destructive result to the Dry Fuel Cell. You can prevent this from happening by following instructions below and utilizing whats called a pulse width modulator (PWM) to keep a stable current draw to the HOG Fuel Cell.

Your new HOG Fuel Cell device is operated by vacuum pressure from your vehicles engine, plus a 12 Volt supply from your vehicles electrical system. The device is designed to operate on 12 Volts. Refer to the wiring diagram below. If youre not sure, consult with your auto mechanic, or contacting us for help.


Please refer to the illustration below for typical wiring configuration for powering the HOG Fuel Cell. The use of the pulse width modulator (PWM), is to draw a stable amp (20 amps recommended and Preset) to the Dry Fuel Cell . The PWM will run the cell at 20 amps at a specific setting and will control the heat/temperature of the HOG cell to a limited temperature (68 to 70 degrees Celsius) all day driving.

How To Run Your HHO Gas Into Your Vehicle.

Now it's time to connect the HHO gas output line to your vehicle so you go much further on a tank of gas. (Follow the diagram below).

How To Use Your Vacuum VACUUM Dry cell systems should be connected to the closest area to the throttle throat (throttle body), not directly to intake manifold vacuum. The idea is to suck the HHO gas into a place such as the carburetor throat or fuel injection throttle body, where it can be automatically mixed with the existing fuel/air mixture. Best connection spot on carburetors and injection systems is at the closest location to the throttle body throat. Connect the output hose on the air filter container right above the carburetor throat and on fuel injection system, right above the throttle body throat by means of a fitting. On rubber duct type hoses, you can use a soldier gun and melt a hole in the rubber duct closest to the throttle body and glue and screw the fitting into the hole with Goop glue. On metal or hard plastic ducts, remove and drill hole, thread it, install fitting, and then clean the metal shavings out of the duct before installing it. On diesel or gas engines with turbo charger(s), the HHO output hose goes into the intake system BEFORE the turbo charger. On twin turbo chargers you will have to use a 3/8 T fitting at the end of the HHO output hose to run 2 additional hoses, one each, to each intake system BEFORE each turbo charger. 2, 3/8 elbow fittings will be needed to tap into the intake system to connect the output hoses to. WARNING: If you put the HHO output hose into the intake AFTER the turbo charger(s), the HHO system will become pressurized, damaging the HHO system.

FINAL SETUP Filling the Reservoir/Bubbler with DISTILLED WATER & THE ELECTROLYTE: Electrolyte Mix: 13 cc of Potassium Hydroxide to 1 liter of Distilled water (recommended)

Once you have your mixture ready, pour it into the top of the Reservoir/Bubbler up to the water level line. (see sample diagram below) This is just a sample of a 2 quart Reservoir/Bubbler. Be sure to leave about 1/2 of the tank empty 50% full). What you decide to use is your decision. While you are filling the unit, you should be able to see water running down to your Dry Fuel Cell. If you don't see any water going down the tube, this could mean you don't have the Reservoir/Bubbler high enough above your HOG Cell. Always try to install your HOG Cell at the lowest level on your vehicle at least higher than the top of the cell. The HOG cell system should be bled of all air before operating or unstable amp draw will occur and may cause main power fuse to blow. It is not recommended to use your mouth to do any bleeding of lines.

1. Start by checking all your connections. Make sure your amp meter and inline fuse have been installed. 2. Now start your vehicle. While it's running, watch for bubbling action inside of your Reservoir/Bubbler. You should be able to see the gas entering the Reservoir/Bubbler tank. Initial use of the HOG cell shall result to a low ampere reading, which will produce less HHO output, This is normal, since the HOG cell is being conditioned and the electrolyte is still mixing with the water solution. 3. Check how many amps your dry cell is pulling. This cell was made to run at 20 amps without overheating at all. It will produce over 1 liter of HHO gas per minute (a liter in approximately 40 seconds) if you have everything hooked up according to the instructions (that's all the hydrogen your vehicle will need to see an improvement in fuel mileage). 4. If you have done everything right, within a short time, you will notice that the engine starts to sound dramatically different. It will sound smoother and quieter. Your RPM's may be unstable for a couple of minutes. This is normal. The HHO is starting to

change the combustion cycle and cancels the pinging and the engine is now adjusting to the changes. Your RPM's will normalize in a couple of minutes.


Water inside the fuel cell as time goes by using it, will turn into a rust like color (Brownish Red). This is normal due to Oxidation (Stainless Steel have iron). It is best recommended to put strong magnets at the base of the bubbler/reservoir for the iron residues to stick to the magnet preventing it from going along with the water. Regularly check water, detach water reservoir and clean when necessary. Dirty water will result to lower production of HHO gas. Always check your wire connections, loose connections may lead to short circuits or poor conduction .


After 15 days from initial use of the HOG, water will be dirty reverse the polarity of the battery (From negative to Positive terminal connections). By doing this, the cell will clean itself. Run the HOG for an hour until iron content is accumulated inside the bubbler/reservoir. Detach bubbler/reservoir, detach magnets and clean. Re attach bubbler/reservoir and add new water solution. Reverse the polarity. Check the amps while running in idle until it reaches 20 amps on the amp meter.


Probem: Engine is running, master switch is on. Push start button switch is on. LED do not light, no current reading and fun is off. Possible cause: Burned fuse. Solution : Replace fuse. Problem:Current does not come up to 20 amps Possible cause: Check water level. Water may be low. Also check for leaks on the system. Check electrical system. Regularly check your system. Check back up grounding. Make sure its not loose. Problem: PWM is still working but the FAN is off Solution: shut down the system. The PWM will burn. It needs the fan to cool. Push the master switch to disable system. Problem: PWM is working and the fuel cell is not producing much HHO. Possible cause: Check wirings on the Positive and Negative wirings from the PWM to the cell. Possible loosed wires. Check the Water Reservoir and hoses for leaks. Tighten water reservoir cover. Problem: Turn the key on. Master switch does not light up. Possible cause: Switch is bad or system has loose connections from the PWM to the cell. Solution: Check electrical connections. Problem: Night driving and vehicle lights go dim and PWM does not reach 20 amps. Possible cause: Back up ground wire is loose. Voltage regulator is not charging the battery. Solution: Check back up ground. Check voltage regulator. DO NOT ATTEMPT TO OPEN PWM and HOG FUEL CELL. Tampered stickers will forfeit you of warranty.

H.H.O. gas is colorless, odorless, tasteless, and noncorrosiveand it is nontoxic to humans. Hydrogen has the second widest flammability range in air of any gas, but leaking hydrogen gas rises and diffuses to a nonflammable mixture quickly. H.H.O. ignites very easily and burns hot, but tends to burn out quickly. A H.H.O. flame burns very cleanly, producing virtually no soot, which means that it is also virtually invisible. In some ways, a gaseous H.H.O. fuel leak is less dangerous than a leak of diesel fuel or gasoline. Leaking diesel fuel and gasoline can puddle and spread over a large area, and the puddles will persist because they evaporate slowly. H.H.O. leaks tend to be vertical, with only a relatively narrow area/volume in which a flammable mixture existsthe H.H.O. quickly rises and dissipates in open air to non hazardous levels. If designed properly, the most likely location of a major H.H.O. leak in the fuel cell is when the bolts that hold the fuel cell gets un tightened or the hoses connecting the fuel cell to the air intake gets punctured or loosed. Leaking H.H.O. can pool and spread, but will quickly evaporate as it is heated by the surrounding air. A leak on the fuel cell will register a low amperage on the Pulse Width Modulator as shown on the amp gauge attached to the PWM, a safety feature that can easily detect a leak or a low electrolyte on the water added to the fuel cell. The most important safety principle in any situation is educationmaking anyone who will come into contact with a vehicle aware of a potential hazard. For hydrogen and other alternative-fueled vehicles, this is done with appropriate labeling to let users, emergency responders, and the public know that hydrogen is present. Hydrogen Hydrogen Oxygen Fuel Cell A fuel cell is also a galvanic cell; the hydrogen and oxygen do not combust inside the device. Instead, H2O react electrochemically and produce a clean highly combustible gas that is a supplement to gasoline or diesel fuel used in an internal combustion engine Theoretically any typical spark-ignited engine, like the gasoline engines used in most cars, can operate on a range of liquid or gaseous fuels, including HHO. However, due to differences in the chemical properties of the various fuels, the designs of engines optimized for each are quite different. Because of the wide flammability range of hho, an internal combustion engine (ICE) operating on HHO can operate with a much leaner air/fuel mixture than a typical gasoline engine, which improves efficiency. Because HHO is a light gas, it displaces more volume in the combustion chamber than gasoline vapors, and super-charging is generally required to get equivalent power output as the same sized gasoline engine. HHO Injection Systems HHO injection system for a diesel engine produces small amounts of hydrogen and oxygen on demand by electrolyzing water carried on board the vehicle. The electricity required is supplied by the engines alternator or 12/24-volt electrical system The hydrogen and oxygen are injected into the engines air intake manifold, where they mix with the intake air. In theory, the combustion properties of the HHO result in more complete combustion of diesel fuel in the engine, reducing tailpipe emissions and improving fuel economy A HHO injection system for a diesel engine produces and uses significantly an amount of HHO that supplement an amount of HHO gas that lessens the use of diesel from 35% to 40%. The system is designed to produce HHO only when required, in response to driver throttle commands. When the system is shut-off, no HHO is present on the vehicle.

ELECTROLYSIS OF WATER The most abundant source of hydrogen on earth is waterevery molecule of water contains one oxygen atom and two hydrogen atoms. It is relatively simple to separate the hydrogen in water from the oxygen using electricity to run an electrolyzer. An electrolyzer is a galvanic cell composed of an anode and a cathode submerged in a water-based electrolyte. In many ways, the operation of an electrolyzer is the opposite of operating a hydrogen fuel cell. In a fuel cell, hydrogen and oxygen are supplied to the anode and the cathode, and they combine to form water while creating an electrical current that

can be put to use. In an electrolyzer, an electrical current is applied between the anode and the cathode, which causes the water in the electrolyte to break down, releasing oxygen gas at the anode and hydrogen gas at the cathode.

HHO Improves Emissions and Auto Performance

Adding HHO to gasoline/diesel produces improvements in engine efficiency and emissions. Adding HHO to gasoline/diesel produces improvements in engine efficiency and emissions, due to accelerated combustion. Adding HHO to gasoline/diesel results in lower emissions and a significant increase in engine efficiency. Adding HHO to gasoline/diesel increases the flame speed at all gasoline air/fuel ratios, so engine operation at very lean mixtures is possible. Adding HHO to gasoline/diesel can reduce exhaust emissions and increase efficiency. A large reduction in nitrogen oxide emissions can be achieved without a catalytic converter due to very lean operation under certain conditions. Adding HHO to gasoline/diesel produces improvements in engine efficiency and emissions due to accelerated flame speed and combustion rate. Adding HHO to gasoline/diesel reduced knock due to accelerated fuel burn and shortened combustion period. Adding HHO to gasoline/diesel showed a potential for very low pollutant emissions with increased energy efficiency. Adding HHOto gasoline /diesel produces lower emissions due to increased flame speed and resultant accelerated fuel burn.

"HHO Philippines is a social networking group involved in the science of converting water (H2O) to HHO; through the process of brute force electrolysis; a highly combustible, environmentally clean gas that can help contribute in solving the current oil crisis, lessening air pollution and help deter global warming . The group offers free information from various HHO enthusiasts, world wide involved in the proliferation of this amazing work of man. Members contribute their knowledge on how HHO works and informing those who had long been misinformed about the true essence of this innovation. The Hydrogen Oxygen Generator (HOG) being featured in this group is the innovation of the creators of the group which is being shared to people who want to build their own. Its advertising purposes is to acquire funds for further research in other projects being undergone by the innovators. We are a non-profit organization. Payments are considered as donations. Our main objective is to teach people how to make their own. How to understand the benefits of this technology for use by the masses. This site has no intentions of going against the oil companies nor any entity that produces and market fossil fuels. In fact we are their allies in preserving fossil fuels for use by future generations. ". Join us in facebook HHO Philippines @ Facebook