History of Hydroxy Gas


1776 - Dutch scientist Martinus Van Marum did various experiments with electricity. During one of his experiments (Groningen) he created Oxygen and Hydrogen gas using electrolises. He accidently discovered that this mixture could be ignited by an electric spark.

1805 - Swiss inventor Isaac De Rivas constructed the first automobile powered by an internal combustion engine. Don't think he walked to the corner gas station to power it, gasoline was not invenyed until 1870. He powered his new vehicle with hydrogen, extracted from water.

1826 - Thomas Drummond discovered that an intense illumination is created when an oxyhydrogen flame is directed at a cylinder of calcium oxide, which can be raised to white heat without melting. He built the so called "Drummond Light" also calles "Limelight". This "Drummond Light'' 'can be created with oxyhydrogen gas and calcium oxide.

1860 - Mr. Jean Joseph Etienne Lenoir from Belgium/ France built the first car that produced its own combustible hydrogen fuel by onboard electrolysis (powered by a battery).

1875 - Jules Verne in his book “The Mysterious Island” wrote the following:"Water decomposed into its primitive elements, and decomposed doubtless by electricity, which will then have become a powerful and manageable force. Yes, my friends, I believe that water will one day be employed as a fuel".

1918 - Mr. Charles H. Frazer patented the first "Hydrogen Booster" system for internal combustion engines. He stated that his invention: 1 - increases the efficiency of internat combustion engines. 2 - Complete combustion of hydrocarbons. 3 - Engine will stay cleaner. 4 - Lower grade of fuel can be used with equal performance.

1935 - Inventor Henry Garrett patented a “Electrolytic Carburetor” and had a car run only on tap water.

1990 - Mr. Stanley A. Meyer got a patent on a method for the production of a Oxygen-Hydrogen Fuel Gas. June 26, 1990. What made it very special was the dielectric resonant circuit. Mr. Stanley Meyer made a Dune Buggy with only water as fuel.

HHO gas (hydrogen & oxygen or Hydroxy gas ) is the latest re-innovation to increase gas mileage, increase power and improve emissions. Your car will not be totally dependent on water but will be a hybrid of sorts by utilizing water as a catalyst once the water is broken down to HHO gas (one oxygen and two hydrogen). By using HHO gas, one can expect to see and increase in gas mileage of 15 - 50%, (depending on the engine characteristics). This is certainly not new technology but is beginning to get rediscovered as gas and diesel fuel prices have increased rapidly.

In a carburetor, the air that is filled with Hydrogen will explode milli seconds faster than a gasoline and air mixture with no hydrogen, resulting in that the whole combustion camber that's filled with hydrogen explode all at once as the spark plug spark ignites. This results in a more complete combustion of the fuel.
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