Adding Brown’s Gas to the fuel/air mixture has the immediate effect of increasing the octane rating of any fuel.“Octane Rating” means how much that fuel can be compressed before it ignites. Low grade gasoline (what’s called “Regular” or 87 octane in California) ignites faster than higher octane fuels. It takes less compression to ignite. This fact causes the gasoline to ignite before TDC (Top Dead Center, the point where the piston is at the highest point of its motion), making it less efficient because the explosion of gas fumes pushes the piston down and out of sequence (it’s too early so it goes a bit in reverse) and therefore the “pinging” noise and less power from Regular gasoline. Brown’s gas or water vapor causes regular low-grade fuel to ignite more slowly, making it perform like a high octane gasoline! A higher octane rating means stronger horse power due to combustion occuring much closer to TDC, where it has a chance to turn into mechanical torque (rotary push) the right way and without pinging Each piston transfers more energy during its combustion cycle, so combustion becomes more efficient – as well as SMOOTH. More efficient combustion translates to less fuel being consumed.
You see, this technology does not mean we’re running on water, but introducing HHO simply and effectively creates the effect of using the same bad gasoline in a more economical way. It supplements and actually CORRECT the behavior of gasoline. Free energy does exist, but it has to be triggered by something. In this case, the interaction between water and gasoline is how it happens.
Very little. If you use water only (vaporizing the water by slow bubbling it and then sucking it into the engine), a Gallon of water would be consumed in about 8 months. If you’re using electrolysis to separate it to HHO first, that Gallon will be consumed in maybe 3-4 months. Still very little. You save roughly $900-$1,200 a year on gasoline alone (not to mention maintenance savings) with a monthly investment of about 5-30 cents. So if you want to talk absolutes, this is not 100% free, but you’ll agree with me that we’re creating a LOT of effect out of very, very little. It reminds of an old story my father used to tell me about this guy who tried to turn sand into gold…well he still needed the sand, didn’t he?
This is water into gold! Not in the future but today – with home made technology.