Monday, February 15, 2010

Can We Really Use Water for Gas?

Water is made from the combination of hydrogen and oxygen and while hydrogen does not produce energy, it carries energy. Much energy is required to get hydrogen from water. Hydrogen has in the past been utilized as a source of compact energy in batteries and fuel cells. Currently, many companies are trying to develop technologies that can exploit the potential that is in hydrogen energy. Many people have been discussing about the power that is in hydrogen. Already, many motorists in the world have discovered that water can be added into the gas and they still travel safely to their destination. This use of water as gas means that hydrogen will be provided only when it is demanded and thus there will be no need of having storage tanks. The environment will not be damaged and the passengers will be a hundred percent safe.

In the using of water as gas, there will be no need to build and place a new engine or try to convert a car so that it can run on water, but can do it on his or her vehicle acquiring the simple items needed for the process from stores. Many people who have used gas for water have claimed that there has been an increased gas mileage by between fifty and three hundred percent. This idea of the water4 Gas has been used in many parts of the world. Since no one can claim to own this technology, it is free to any user.

Water4Gas is a term that has been used by experimenters who want to clarify whether supplemental hydrogen can be effective in reducing gas emissions and whether it is possible for the hydrogen from water to be used in saving fuel. Thirdly, they want to establish whether the use of hydrogen from water can be utilized in the modern vehicles and finally whether this hydrogen reduces emissions as well as fuel consumption in big tracks with heavy loads as they move uphill. From the publications that have been made, it is clear that supplemental hydrogen from water improving the fuel economy as well as reducing emissions is not a new discovery, with many people in the world building their own systems which they have learned from the manuals.

The technology of using water as fuel is very simple with water being split into small particles of oxygen (in this case Brown’s gas or HHO) and hydrogen and the gases then directed into the engine. Hydrogen being added into fuel has been researched by US Department of Transportation, NASA, US Patent office as well as engineers and all concluded that there is an increase in the efficiency of the engine as well as the reduction of emissions that are harmful. In this development, BMW has already announced that it has started the production of BMW Hydrogen 7 which would be the first luxury car that is powered by hydrogen. This car will be powered by 260hp 12-cylinder engine, and accelerates to 62 mph from zero in a span of 9.5 seconds.

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