H2N-Gen

Post ImageHow would you like to make your car more efficient? I know I would, given the current cost of oil. We’ve seen prices drop a little in the last week or two, but nothing significant. That’s why the H2N-Gen looks incredibly cool:

Basically, the H2N-Gen contains a small reservoir of distilled water and other chemicals such as potassium hydroxide. A current is run from the car battery through the liquid. This process of electrolysis creates hydrogen and oxygen gases which are then fed into the engine’s intake manifold where they mix with the gasoline vapours.

It’s a scientific fact that adding hydrogen to a combustion chamber will cause a cleaner burn. The challenge has always been to find a way to get the hydrogen gas into the combustion chamber in a safe, reliable and cost-effective way.

Just how much better does this device make your fuel consumption?

Most internal combustion engines operate at about 35 per cent efficiency. This means that only 35 per cent of the fuel is fully burned. The rest either turns to carbon corroding the engine or goes out the exhaust pipe as greenhouse gases.

The H2N-Gen increases burn efficiency to at least 97 per cent, Williams said. This saves fuel and greatly reduces emissions.

That would be some pretty significant savings! Savings that would make you go, “sign me up!” And the really great thing about it is that no hydrogen is stored on board – it is “just in time” manufactured.

Some other information on the device: it’s a Canadian invention, it is supposed to last ten years, can be attached to any internal combustion engine (diesel, gasoline, propane), and should cost around $7500. If this thing is for real, it could really change up the way things work – both the oil and vehicle industries would be greatly affected.

Read: Montreal Gazette

One thought on “H2N-Gen

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s