How To Build a Hydrogen Generator for a Car

You may have found the news about water powered cars funny the first time you heard about them. With the oil reserves around the globe quickly deteriorating, however, the capacity of oil cartels to push gas prices through the roof is greater than ever. If you think that your budget is already too strained as it is with the entire economic recession and the depression that the country is facing, a way to protect your hard earned money is through a hydrogen generator installed in your car. Making use of water to supplement your gasoline consumption, the device is actually easy to make. Here are the steps.

  1. Set up the tank. The first thing that you need to do is to prepare the water tank. For this, you will need a large canister that should fit into your car’s hood. The canister is preferably made out of plastic to keep it light, but other materials can be used. Once the canister is installed, fill half of the canister with water. Create hydrogen gas or Browns Gas, you will need to add baking soda to the water solution. How much baking soda you will add is determined by the hardness of your water. This is why distilled water is best, because you will use least baking soda in these types of water. Place steel plates inside the canister. Make sure the plates do not touch each other. Also add two bolts on the outside of the canister.
  2. Connect to the air. Once this is done, you should create hole in the air filter tube connected to the air intake. This air filter will then be connected to the canister. In effect, the air intake device of your car will be connected with to the canister. The hydrogen gas that is produced by the interaction of water, the steel plates, and baking soda will then flow from the canister to the air intake device and provide hydrogen boost for your engine. Keep in mind that hydrogen is very flammable, and will be used to produce the heat that your gasoline used to create. Most cars running on hydrogen power do not completely stop using gasoline. But with the hydrogen oxygen mixture, increasing the efficiency of gasoline combustion is enhanced. This means lesser trips to the gasoline station and a healthier budget for you and your family.
  3. Set up the controls. Once the connection between the air intake and the hydrogen canister is created, the final step is for you to connect the bolts to a direct current power supply that will create the charge needed to set the generator in motion. For best results, the electricity connected to the hydrogen canister should have an accessible panel inside of the car which will make it easy for the drive to switch the generator on and off. The electricity for the hydrogen generator can be sourced from a battery placed inside your car.

Through these easy steps, you will be able to create your own hydrogen generator and use hydrogen technologies to help increase the fuel combustion efficiency of your car. With people today living in financially turbulent times, adding a generator is a surefire way of stabilizing your income and making it easier to make ends meet. With a water powered car, you are even eliminating harmful chemicals that endanger the planet.


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