Is the water fuel system a perpetual motion machine?
The system is not a perpetual motion machine. It is a highly efficient electromechanical system capable of producing hydrogen and oxygen in sufficient quantity to improve the overall fuel efficiency of internal combustion engines.
It is safe?
Vehicles powered by the water fuel system are inherently safer than hydrogen powered vehicles that require hydrogen tanks. Instead of hydrogen tanks, the water fuel system extracts hydrogen from the water as needed, and this constant release of hydrogen is continually burned, thus preventing larger accumulations of hydrogen gas.
Why is the water fuel system called a conversion system?
It’s called a conversion system because it doesn’t require the removal, modification, or deactivation of any of your vehicles’ existing systems. Thus, it allows you to run your vehicle on 100% gasoline systems or with the water fuel system. In the unlikely event that the water fuel system fails, you can easily switch back to using only gasoline. But you will soon get your system back up and running. Once you’ve driven on the Water fuel system, you’ll never be happy with anything else!
How well does the system work?
A vehicle powered by the hybrid water system is theoretically capable of traveling 50 to 300 miles on every gallon of supplemental water, while improving overall fuel efficiency by up to 45%. However, as with any motor, actual efficiency depends on many factors such as; driving habits, terrain, vehicle weight and shape, and ability to modify and optimize the system.
Can the water fuel system be used in other ways?
Yes, the system can provide fuel from water for almost any appliance that requires natural gas or propane as a heat source; thus saving valuable and dwindling natural resources. Portable heaters and ovens are excellent candidates. Stoves and other cooking units, such as barbecue grills, can also be powered by the water fuel system system. Such applications require a separate power supply to convert your home’s 120-volt AC power into the 12-volt DC power required by the water fuel system. You can buy an inexpensive power supply at any electronics store, such as Radio Shack, or have someone familiar with electronics make one for you, as the design is very simple. The cost of household electricity used by the water fuel system is negligible, probably less than $ 3 per month in most cases.
Is the system difficult to build?
No, the water fuel system is relatively easy to assemble and very easy to install, especially compared to other conversion plans on the market. No special tools are required. The usual tool and equipment found in a typical home workshop will do the job. Assembling the HyTronic module to achieve its inherent high level of reliability requires care and attention to detail, along with average electronics skills. The only special piece of test equipment that you may want access to use is an oscilloscope. It is not required, but it can help you get maximum efficiency from the HyTronics module. But you should have no problem getting help from a local electronics guru if you don’t have an oscilloscope. Most people are so fascinated by unusual electronic systems and devices that they would almost be willing to pay you for the privilege of tuning your HyTronics module.
Can I buy a ready-to-install water fuel system?
At this time, this specific water fuel system is not commercially manufactured, but there are several dealers across the country offering DIY (do-it-yourself) parts or fully assembled kits using similar technologies and principles. Planning is in the early stages to produce water fuel system conversion kits for most vehicles and eventually to manufacture the entire system, or at least its major components. We hope to have some prototype kits tested soon and delivery of ready-to-install kits should start sometime before the end of 2008.