Through these years of research and development, the company has perfected use of a proprietary process known as Catalysis, which utilizes distilled, purified or reverse-osmosis (RO) water incorporated with a small amount of electrolyte and charged via the vehicles battery and electrical system to create a high quality, potent hydrogen known chemically as “Hydroxy” or HHO gas. Hydroxy, a nearly pure form of hydrogen and oxygen, is 4 times more powerful that para or tank hydrogen. In normal operations, the manufactured Hydroxy gas is introduced to an engine air intake where it is drawn into the cylinders, combining as a catalyst with the incoming air and fuel. It is then ignited via normal combustion. The combination of Hydroxy gas with the air/fuel mixture creates a more complete and potent internal burn that drives the pistons more efficiently, resulting in better mileage, cleaner emissions and more horsepower.
The company manufacturers several models for use in vehicle engines sizes from one half liter of engine displacement up to 24 liters as an off-the-shelf technology. These various sized units have been sold in the US, South Africa, Chile, Australia and Canada and are functioning in all kinds of heavy-duty, commercial applications. In fact, multiple worldwide studies have shown that diesel engines react most favorably to the introduction of hydrogen, exhibiting dramatic reductions in greenhouse gases and particulate matter emissions. In other words, rather than collecting and inefficiently burning emissions after combustion, as seen with common DPF devices, hydrogen enables the engine to burn a higher percentage of the inherent fuel, thereby gaining additional efficiencies by burning particulate matter during combustion. The inherent result is that the hydrogen gas interacts with normally dirty fuels in such a way that fuel economy, efficiency and emissions reductions are most noticeable.
It is the company’s vision to ultimately prove this with the EPA for widespread use as a possible replacement for more common DPF devices. Unlike DPF filters which reduce fuel economy and sap horsepower, tests have proved that our product enhances both. (Case Studies Coming Soon). For the passenger car and small truck market, testing with a CARB qualified lab has been successfully completed and Executive Order pending final approval.