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WATER4GAS - EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
Demo of a real Water-Hybrid Car in Los Angeles!
Alcove St., Los Angeles, California.
Gladly! I will tell you
everything I know - and more! I have written a pair of
extensive books to answer most, if
not all, of your questions about
technology. These books are offered on our
bookstore (click HOME at the bottom of this page). If after reading these books you still
have questions, contact me via the contact page and I'll gladly answer
it right away or research it for you.
Your options for freezing weather are:
You wish! I wish so too. But it is not practical. Let me stress again what is already said on the homepage: Brown's gas (HHO or Hydroxy, Hydrogen-Oxygen) is supplemental to gasoline. Not independently. You do not switch to water, the water and its Hydrogen-Oxygen products are used as a boost or "catalyst" for better combustion of gasoline. Not by itself.
All I can tell you is this: there are less than a handful of
people still walking around, who know how to do that. Anyone who even
gets near finds himself bought out, threatened or killed.
not there because we're not hiding, yet still walking... I guess
they'd leave us alone, and leave you alone too!
What's wrong with improving gas economy by 25%-50% for a while, at least until the smoke clears on water cars? Patience is golden.
ABSOLUTELY YES. As far as I have leaned so far, diesels LOVE Hydrogen and HHO. Two test cars in California and Israel got about 40% and I believe much more is possible.
Basically very simple to install - ignore the turbo (if you
and forget about the fuel injection - just hook up the
Electrolyzer to the air intake (air filter) and you're good to go.
As far as I know veggie oil
diesel conversions may enjoy from
technology as well. Actually that's going
to be my next vehicle: a converted Volkswagen Jetta TDI (that's a
diesel model) or a converted Mercedes Benz diesel. I'm going to test
both Hydrogen-Oxygen (HHO) and pure Hydrogen, and publish the results
in an upcoming chapter (free for all existing readers). From the
knowledge we have gained so far, both will be very beneficial.
The nice aspect about diesels is how EASY it is to gain more
mileage. My understanding is this: since there is no computerized
timing control, the fast-ignited Hydrogen will not have to "argue" with
a stupid computer, but will rather ignite when and where it is best.
The following answer has been posted on our forum by James G:
You've got a great engine to work with for burning dedicated
HHO. A potential problem with converting gas engines is the affect of
oxygen on the valves and rings, especially if the car is not driven
regularly. You've already got the Stainless steel rings and valves, and
probably ceramic piston heads. Also the car is already rigged to run on
a gaseous, hyper-clean burning, fuel. The computer probably won't be
giving you the kind of problems a gasoline ejected car has. Also, your
timing is set better to burn this type of fuel. (Spark firing after
Adding HHO to natural gas should be fairly straight-forward, just hook it up to the vacuum intake like any other car. I would presume you'd see an almost immediate increase.
But with that car it would be interesting to explore a dual fuel possibility with a dedicated HHO option. You'd just need another pressure regulator and sufficient HHO fuel supply source.Return to top
We are using a SMALL amount of Hydrogen, compared to Hydrogen
cars. We don't drive on Hydrogen - we're only interested in Hydrogen
for the purpose of boosting your poorly burning gasoline. Those small
amounts of Hydrogen (more correctly Brown's gas) and water vapor COOL
DOWN the engine and cause other effects such as less vibration,
steam-cleaning old carbon deposits, etc.
The overall effect, in the long run, is less maintenance, less breakdowns, not more. Most people are interested in saving right now at the gas pump, and that is understandable, however if they want it or not the benefits of less pollution and less maintenance are there to enjoy as well.
No. I will not even estimate. All I can promise you is zero to
start with, and
you are totally responsible for the rest. And should be happy with what
YOUR CAR can achieve. Don't take it bad, let me explain:
Our technology works. You can read the testimonials. Many
people have saved 50% and beyond. You can visit me in Hollywood and see
my car in action. However, this cannot be turned into a PROMISE or a
guarantee of any kind. No gains, or very little gain, can be achieved
As far as I know, and I may be wrong, the best models for BETTER fuel economy are those that are already good on economy as well as diesels and carburated vehicles. Gas hungry vehicles such as giant SUV's are NOT geared for economy, although we can still improve them. If you can afford to choose, go for the more economical vehicle or truck that fits your needs.
Very dangerous - if you do stupid things! Hydrogen, any
system using hydrogen as fuel, is not a toy! I've had people trying to
ignite the hydrogen for fun...oh boy!!! They just wanted to see if it
would ignite... Of course it will, dummies! Hydrogen ignites if you put
a match to it, and then
its flame runs at 3.5 Mach! Nothing you want chasing after you, man.
Throughout the books I have placed more than enough precaution
notes, for every area that may harm you or damage the vehicle. Even
when it came to toxic glues, I placed prominent warnings that you just
That said, Hydrogen-On-Demand technology is NOT more dangerous than the usual
automotive technologies involving fuel, cooling, etc. For instance we
all know that the radiator is essential to cool down the engine, and
without it the car will go up in smoke. However if you open the
radiator cap when hot, you're going to get hurt, is that right? The
danger is not in the radiator, the danger is in ignorance and
are safety rules and they are quite simple, but you have to know them
and apply them.
If you follow the rules AS I HAVE WRITTEN THEM FOR YOU, you
should not be harmed.
I demonstrate my system to people almost every day and it is totally
because I follow the rules. I never had a fire, explosion or meltdown. Follow
my footsteps for maximum safety!
Let me give you a real example: in the installation chapter
you will see that you MUST keep the output hose at least 4 feet
long, to prevent fire hazard. Don't cut it short even if the device is
closer than 4 ft. Maybe this "wastes" a dollar or two, but saves a lot
of trouble! Every such precaution is highlighted in the book so you
cannot miss them.
In general: Hydrogen-On-Demand means that we are not storing Hydrogen! In normal operation we're using all the Hydrogen that we're producing, immediately. There is no Hydrogen storage tank to explode in case of an accident. MUCH SAFER THAN HYDROGEN CARS OR PROPANE/NATURAL GAS VEHICLES in my humble opinion.Return to top
No danger that I know
of. I have never seen any of
the glass jars crack or break. One Friday afternoon I was cleaning my 6
jars from the Toyota. All 6 jars were already cleaned thus almost
invisible, standing in line at the curb. My neighbor didn't see them
and backed her car right on top of them. They were thrown to the road
with great noise. I thought to myself: "Now THIS is damage!"
But when I picked the jars up from under her wheels, none of
them was cracked, chipped or damaged in any way! Not a scratch!
However if you are concerned about using glass, a VERY durable plastic substitute is provided in the book. Not a cookie jar or any other food container - do not use those because I have seen them melt in less than 10 minutes of operation.
I have to be frank with you - even if I lose you for somebody
else who promises the moon. As I said this technology is experimental.
Nobody has a
central brain with data on all cars and models, in order to calculate
or predict for you what the technology will do in your vehicle.
Besides, there are unknown factors such as weather and
altitude, the mechanical and electrical condition of the vehicle, and
any modifications that have been done to it, sometimes without your
knowledge. I've seen differences between the same Toyota in East US
compared to the same Toyota in California, due to emissions
So even if the car is new, it may have gone through modifications
you're not aware of.
I prefer that you lower your expectations for several reasons:
In my car the quart jar is enough for 900-1000 miles. My neighbor drives at least 6-8 weeks before she needs to fill out more water.
Another thing you will learn about in the books is the "multi-cell" arrangement. I have driven with it 4 whole months and only 20 or 25 percent of the water got used up. I washed it all out and put fresh water and everything, but I could have probably driven 6-8 months WITHOUT EVER TOUCHING the system. This starts to look more like standard automotive maintenance, doesn't it?
You can expand to 2 quart-jars or more. I tried 6 in my car and they went 4 months without service (not even filling up water). They gave better mileage and I can see no damage. On the contrary - this arrangement stayed cool and seems to have less problems since each "cell" works less hard.
If you mean you want to use one large 2-quart (2 liter) container, this can be done. It will work well. However in my experience it would be easier to make, easier to install, and more economical to make two or more SMALL cells, and connect them IN SERIES as explained in the book. An arrangement of several smaller cells will give out more Hydrogen than one large container, and my book explains why and how.
No! And I'd rather you don't ask "how then?" The answer is No!
Don't kill yourself.
If you're looking for PROFESSIONALLY BUILT welding machines
that use HHO, search the Internet and you will find them. They go for
many $1000's and require specialized knowledge and tooling. Welding
equipment is not a do it yourself project.
Mixed answer here. It can be fitted to use on generators, lawn
mowers, scooters, etc., however modifications are necessary. I've heard
of people doing it but I suggest that you do your homework before going
there. Surely this is NOT included in the scope of the
knowledge offered here. We deal with cars and trucks.
The main problem, especially with simple motors and two
strokes, is that a spark can jump from the engine back into the
Electrolyzer ("Hydrogen generator") and ignite whatever amount of
hydrogen is there at the time. It is usually enough to explode the
device. To prevent this from happening you MUST use a device called
flashback arrestor, that may be obtained from welding supplies.
However I have no personal experience in that regard. I intend to test this area and publish a new chapter with EXACT technology and instructions for generators.
HHO contains one part of Oxygen (as well as two parts of
course), in contrast to pure hydrogen. HHO is significantly more
combustible than hydrogen, thanks to the oxygen. Pure hydrogen has its
benefits, but is expensive to make. That's the charm of HHO - it's easy
and economical to make.
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Why not? In theory, any engine that is similar to a car's
love some Hydrogen for better combustion. That said, I must tell you
that THIS particular Hydrogen generating system has not been tested on boats yet.
However tractors and LARGE farm equipment are similar to cars and
trucks so there shouldn't be a problem.
The difference in boats is that they operate in FULL THROTTLE most of the driving time. That means that the amount of HHO will never be too much, the engine will need it all, constantly. That's a hard thing because you'll need lots of HHO (which is possible with Multi-Cell design), but on the other hand it's easy because you'll be able to predict how much you need in normal operation.
Installation to your vehicle can be EASILY done by any good
mechanic, or by yourself. Mechanics, we have found out, like the idea
and respond well once they see the installation chapter - just print
the relevant pages and bring it to them.
After ordering you will have access to our readers-only marketplace, where professional installers (as well as systems manufacturers) offer local installation services. The marketplace is small at the time of writing, but is growing fast.
As said above, installation is pretty simple in most vehicles.
Space requirements are 8" height on a 3.7"x3.7" base, for the
Electrolyzer ("Hydrogen generator" or more correctly HHO or Brown's gas
generator). The other parts are small and will fit almost anywhere.
More specific data on installations in ALL vehicles will take
collect, experience bit by experience bit. We don't have any such
to share, otherwise I'd gladly do so. This industry is young and the
number of car models is mind boggling. However it won't take too long
for a professional mechanic or even an amateur mechanic to get the
idea, when you read the installation chapters in my books. Each sub
systems, such as the Electrolyzer or Fuel Heater, has a stand-alone
installation chapter, allowing you to do the installation in a series
of smaller, easier projects.
If you intend to install for
others - ATTENTION TO THIS WILL SAVE YOU MUCH TROUBLE - I
have given several "survival tips" in the manufacturer's
information package to save you from trouble. All my experience is
there as much as I could document it.
The books haven't arrived because we deliver them by email only, as stated very clearly on OUR home page www..com. As stated on the website, these are download-only books, or in other words electronic books (eBooks or e-books).
If you recall at the time of order you were not asked for a
shipping address, right? That's not a computer bug, there was a good
reason for that.
Our books are electronic books and are downloaded via the internet. I'm sorry we cannot offer printed books since we never had even one of them printed out - they keep evolving and updating, it would cost a fortune to print a new set every few days.
I apologize for the misunderstanding. We get this question
every week but we've done everything in our power to make it clear that
this is a digital product.
The merchant, ClickBank.com, deals exclusively with digital products.
If there is absolutely no way that you can download our publications
then please email your receipt to Refunds@ClickBank.com and have your
You were supposed to be automatically directed to the download page, which also includes instructions and bonuses. If you didn't get that page for any reason, or have lost it, email us with your name and order number and we will email you back the download page.
Try a different browser, such as Firefox.
Usually this is a local problem. Try ordering from work, a cafe' or a friend's computer. Don't forget to write down the order number! (you'll need it to get tech support). Then email or call me WITH YOUR ORDER NUMBER, and I'll give you a download link that you can use at home. This has worked for several customers who had a similar problem.
Call me if you need further assistance. I keep my line open and if I'm not there it's only because I'm busy answering another call (sometimes 5 of them come simultaneously from around the world), just leave a message and I'll get back with you (USA/Canada). If you're calling from another country, please call again later.
worry. Email us WITH YOUR ORDER NUMBER, and we'll
give you the
download page. When you get the download page by email, sometimes its
not clickable in the email, in which case you need to copy and paste it
into your browser - see this picture
for clarification. The same instruction also applies if we give it to
you by phone, fax or
regular mail. Or if you have written it on paper and want to go back
for more downloads.
IMPORTANT: you must paste or type the download link in the address line, not in the search line. That's important because if you try to paste it into the search line in Google, or Yahoo, or AOL etc, the search engine will NOT find the page. Why? Simply because we're hiding this page from the search engines, to reserve it for paid readers only.
That's easy! Just email your receipt to Refunds@ClickBank.com and they will refund your money quickly and in full. No questions asked. I think it normally takes a couple of business days to get the refund, although they're saying it may take up to 5 days.
Systems are available too! When you order the books, you also receive instant access to our Free Marketplace, where you can shop around between several offers. Some as low as $99 and some offer free shipping worldwide.
The reason the book purchase is required: the books are VITAL - we found out that owning a system in a box is not enough to get results - which would give our technology a bad name.
I donâ€™t want you to be frustrated with your system. I want
to have all the benefits it can give you, so you can be very happy with
it. You need the education in the
books and that's why we have bundled them together with the
Marketplace access. However the Marketplace is a free service to our
readers. To keep prices down and enable fast growth, we do NOT take any
fees from buyers OR sellers in the Marketplace.
With this arrangement, you can enjoy both the comfort of
shopping between many offers and finding the one that's best for you,
as well as enjoying the full benefits of our technology.
Good question. You can build the Electrolyzer (
"Hydrogen generator") for under $20. The complete system with ALL the
parts shown on the website should still be very affordable, between $60
Installation depends very much on the vehicle and the hourly
rate of your mechanic. However I can estimate your installation cost
between $20 (in some countries) and up to $100 (USA, Canada). Your
mechanic, once he sees the installation instructions from the book
(print the relevant pages and show it to him), will see how simple it
is to install, and in most cases will quote you for one hour of labor.
Installation hardware (plastic connectors, bungee cords, etc.) should
be less than $5.
Yes we do!! On the download page you will find a link to a
special readers-only marketplace
where you can get systems for real cheap. Some
of them will sell parts (I think so but I don't control their policy),
some will only sell systems. In any case contact them
I believe that ANY part of the system can be obtained locally. You just need to understand what the part does, and you will find the local equivalent. For instance many of the hoses can be replaced with similar items, but some are critical for safety and durability. If you're not sure what is critical and what not (by reading the relevant chapter in the books), contact our support line and we'll gladly guide you.
The kits are not part of the books deal. Never were (see
the new readers-only marketplace is evolving pretty fast to answer the
demand for actual systems or kits. One US merchant that was added last
night offers a system for $99, special for us only. That's much better
than the systems I was selling for $497 until recently.
To make it even easier to get your hands on a real
am now giving away my manufacturing data to anybody who wishes to go
into business. Free of charge (see link at bottom of this website). At
the time of writing 70 business individuals and automotive companies
have taken my offer (well it is hard to resist at $0...) and are
preparing themselves for delivery. This creates a fast growing
marketplace where you can shop around for the best combination of
quality, price and local availability.