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Water Cars - Why Should You Opt For Water Powered Cars

Jun 10, 2008
On the first look it sounds like another James Bond Movie where his car will be running on water. Well its not a brain surgery to run car on water, it involves simple formula from chemistry where water can be used to extract gases that can run car comfortably. As on date we do not have a formula that runs a car 100% on water. These water run hybrid cars still use gas along with water as a source of energy. It might very well be possible in future when you drive to gas station you will fill tank with water instead of gas. But current article does not involve you adding water to fuel tank.

Well, the birds-eye-view of the current solution requires you to install Run A Car on Water DIY (do-it-yourself) kit in the hood of your car that will generate on demand gases. Only thing that you add to this kit is water in the container made for the purpose. These gases are then combined with regular gasoline to make a more efficient fuel which can run your car. One liter of water can last am much as 1 month so you do not have to add water every now and then. This hybrid setup will decrease the consumption of regular fuel hence resulting in an increased mileage.

The best part is that you can install this Car on Water kit to any car, suv, truck running on gas or diesel or petrol. A brand new hybrid car costs anywhere from $17,000 and over and use huge batteries filled with nickel which leave a bad impact on environment.

The running car on water kit that we are talking about releases oxygen to atmosphere and you are smart enough to figure that oxygen is what we require to breathe. Water gas technology is pretty simple conversion kit that install on your car and all parts can easily be found in your local hardware store. You can get all these in less than $200. Now if you spend $200 on such a water car hybrid solution and it gives you a mere 20% better mileage, is it not worth it. I have seen many people getting to up to 200-300% increased mileage after installing this kit.

Working of a car running on water

This system can be installed within the hood of your car without changing the existing mechanical or electrical components. The container that will hold water will be fitted within the hood of your car. Vacuum is created in the container and electric current is passed to the diodes in the water container. This will result in HHO generation which is also known as Brown's Gas. This generated gas is fed to the fuel system along with regular gas. This HHO gas will start its effect immediately resulting in lesser gasoline usage. Apart from that the engine of your car will get smoother with every mile you drive as now there is lesser exhaust of Carbon Mono Oxide (CO) along with un-burnt fuel, which is pretty unhealthy for you and your car. This new water generated gas is about three times more efficient than regular gas. As your car will be less pollution generating will help clearing smog test easily.

Running car on water kits have been installed by many car owners world wide to help in cost cutting as gas prices are increasing every now and then, well at the writing on this article its already touched $135/gallon, who knows where it will be by the end of this year as they are already forecasting it to be double within next couple of months.

Is there any risk in Running Car on Water?

Well by nature Hydrogen gas is one of the most explosive gases. It becomes risky when you have quite a substantial quantity of this gas stored in one place. In this kit when we run car on water the hydrogen gas is produced in small quantities and it is used up inside the car's engine in no time. That is why this is also known as "hydrogen on demand technology". The electric connections are designed in such a way that hydrogen gas is generated only when your car is running and not when its parked and engine is switched off.
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