How to Extract Hydrogen From Water

By: Richard Jacksone

Water has to basic elements which includes 1 atom of oxygen and 2 atoms of hydrogen and the idea is to "capture" the hydrogen gas so that it can be used to assist your cars gasoline to get better gas mileage. In order to get to that point the water must go through a process called electrolysis. This is accomplished by running an electrical current through the water, however, not a great deal of electricity is required so it draws it from the battery or alternator.

Since energy cannot be destroyed or created it simply gets "rearranged" into a different state that is HHO gas. This gas is very efficient and stable burning, with no emission pollutants since it originated as pure water. That, of course is a big plus for the environment. Another advantage to this type of conversion is that it helps in producing hydrogen on demand. If it is not on or being used then there is no hydrogen production, thereby making it safe as well as efficient.

This is a fairly simple project that you can do yourself, or if you need some help there are many kits and guides on the Internet that will prove very helpful.

But, due to rising oil prices, more and more people are looking for fuel alternatives, and many have successfully converted their car to run on water. There are many guides available for download on the internet today that teach you how to do this.

Why Should You Run Your Car On Water?
Before you decide whether you want to convert your car to run on water, you should explore some of its benefits and drawbacks.

The most obvious benefit would be huge cost savings at the gas station. By increasing your gasoline consumption, you will need to travel more miles per trip to the gas station. Assuming your car travels 30 miles to the gallon of gasoline. If you were to travel 3000 miles per month, you would be pumping 100 gallons of gas to your car monthly. If you were to pay $3 per gallon, it would amount to $3,600 per year.

Say if you were to install a hydrogen water car system and achieve a 35 percent savings in gas consumption, it would amount to $1,200 per year. Considering the fact that converting your car to run on hydrogen requires roughly $100 or less, it is clear that such a conversion is well worth it.

Running your car on water also significantly reduces the amount of pollution, as explained below.
How Does This Conversion Work?

Water is made up of 2 hydrogen atoms and 1 oxygen atom. By running electricity through water in a process called electrolysis, the hydrogen and oxygen atoms can be separated. This process creates a type of gas called Brown Gas, made up of HHO molecules. This gas is a source of power that can be used to power our cars.

By running your car on Brown Gas, your car will only emit oxygen, thus causing less pollution to the environment.

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