It is not surprising that many people would be incredulous when they hear about the idea of running your car on water. This sounds too good to be true, and also may run counter to people's common sense. What is the truth of the matter? Here we will answer some of the more common questions.
Does the gas saver have a solid base in science?
The principle on which the gas saver is based is called electrolysis. This is a process in which water is split into its component elements hydrogen and oxygen by means of an electric current. It is true that it takes more energy to split water into HHO gas than you can get back by burning it; however, increases in the efficiency of the engine running on a mixture of gasoline and hydrogen have been reported, overcoming the losses incurred as energy is "stolen" from the alternator (or battery) to run the hydrogen generator and making the process effective.
On a more practical level, your car's alternator may generate more power than is needed to charge the battery and run the car's systems under normal conditions, so your gas generator can tap into that energy without incurring significant gains in losses in the alternator to Datenretter begin with.
What are the real environmental benefits?
First, as hydrogen replaces gasoline in the fuel mixture, emissions related to the burning of gasoline are reduced. The only byproduct of the burning of hydrogen is water vapor; this replaces the missing volume of gasoline exhaust. Further reductions of nitrous oxides are possible as the temperature of combustion is reduced below the point at which the nitrogen content of the air begins to combine with oxygen. This can happen because the addition of hydrogen to the fuel mixture allows the fuel to burn with a leaner fuel to air ratio; as the ratio approaches 30 to 1 the reduction in nitrous oxide production becomes significant.
The fact that less nitrogen is burned can also help improve the efficiency of the combustion process inside the cylinders, taking us back to the previous section.
By how much can my fuel efficiency realistically increase?
There are many testimonials that report boosts in fuel efficiency up to 20 or even 25 percent. Reductions of gasoline consumption have been measured of up to fifty percent under idle conditions in the lab; under normal operation the reduction will be lower than this. The actual efficiency gains you achieve depend on the model of gas saver you use (either as a commercial unit or as online plans), how efficient your gas saver is and how well it is adapted to your particular model of car. With the right model and fine-tuning and adjustment, you can maximize the efficiency gains you actually achieve.
What other changes do you need to make to your car?
Additional parts can be added to the basic installation package to optimize performance, as you choose. One part you may choose to install is an EFIE (Electronic Fuel Injection Enhancer) which will allow you to optimize the fuel to air ratio in the engine for maximum efficiency gains and emissions reductions. This becomes particularly relevant as the concentration of HHO added to the mixture increases, which may trigger the engine controller to register an error and cause your car to increase the amount of gasoline it sends to the engine in an effort to "correct" the "mistake."
With a review of the data, we find that you can realistically achieve gains in fuel efficiency and emissions reductions by using a hydrogen gas saver. We also find that the particular model you buy is important in determining what your actual results will be, just as the quality of any type of product varies.