WaterGas Green Machines – How It Works
Water (H20) is composed of two parts hydrogen and one part oxygen (HHO). The WaterGas Green Machines use electricity to separate the hydrogen and oxygen found in water. The separated hydrogen and oxygen are mixed with gasoline and outside air. The “mixed” gas is then drawn into the engine using vacuum pressure, where it is mixed with gasoline and ignited by the spark plugs.
The WaterGas Green Machines use low temperature, low pressure and small amounts of electricity to produce a special mixed, common ducted gas, called Rhodes~Browns Gas, in deference to the individuals who first patented the process. This gas differs substantially from ordinary hydrogen gas. This has been documented in a recent US Patent Application # 20060075683 (13 April 2006) by D. J. Klein & R. M. Santilli. This process will make about 1,866 quarts of hydrogen/oxygen gas from 1 quart of water. Mixing this gas is a very simple, effective and safe process. Without the need for pressurized tanks, it makes previous concerns about hydrogen safety all but irrelevant.
Our kits use a vacuum driven bubbler – first used on fighter planes in WWII – to draw Brown’s Gas and water vapor into the engine manifold where it combines with the hydrocarbon (gasoline) fuel. The amount of Brown’s Gas and vapor being drawn into the engine manifold is very small – less than 0.25% – but its effect on the power output of the gasoline is dramatic.
After years of research and development, many people in Laboratories are confident that the introduction of systems of this type, will advance the cause of energy independence. The Langs’ WaterGas Green Machines makes “hydrogen on demand” and “hydrogen on board” systems practical right now and the end result is a cleaner and more efficient automobile with an average savings of 25-50% at the pump!