Using Electrolysis to separate HHO, a gallon of water maybe consumed in 3 to 4 months.
The mix then happens when the HHO gas (or Browns Gas) is added to the fuel line and mixes with gas. This will make your gas burn more efficiently and in the process increase your “miles per gallon” up to 50% or more.
Hydrogen holds a huge amount of energy. In June 2005, a world record MPG has been achieved by students of the Federal Poly-technical School of Zurich, Switzerland using Hydrogen – for an incredible 12,663 MPG! For REAL!. They ran a test car for 14 miles on… 1.02 grams of Hydrogen.
Mixing this technology safely in your car engine is called Hydrogen- on-demand and is great for the environment. No hydrogen is stored in a fuel cell so there is less chance of combustion.