Posts Tagged 'run car with water'

Alternative fuel, give it a try. It may even help you save more money on gas !

Are you aware of the alternative fuels that can run your automobile? You always think of some way to reduce the monthly expenditure on fuels. Isn’t it? If you feel too bogged down with the expenses resulting from the recurring fuel costs, some good news is awaiting you. It is for certain that not many people will believe when I say that you can run your vehicle on water. Sometimes the seemingly impossible things too materialize, and we have to admit that it is actually possible. The technology of the water 4 gas-driven car is one such instance and is sure to catch up the market in a short time.

Scientists have been engaged in hard toil and research for quite a long time to make this nearly impossible thing materialize into a reality. Now, they have made it possible at last. In the present times, when technology has advanced, the latest gift we have received is a car that runs on waterpower. This technology gives the users many facilities. First of all, it saves money. This technology uses advanced methods to make the engine of your car smooth running. This modified fuel, that the engine uses, will run partially on water power resulting in a significant cut-down on the amount that you otherwise need to spend per month on fuel.

You may now be wondering as to what exactly is the technology that makes this near impossible thing possible! Even a kid knows that water is, in no way, inflammable. However, this technology makes water inflammable and that ‘burning’ water generates the energy. Are you taken by surprise? The interesting fact is that the scientists made this miracle happen by electrifying water. When water is electrified, it splits into two different kinds of atoms. One is hydrogen and the other is oxygen. The process so conducted is called electrolysis of water. On electrification, the oxy-hydrogen gas or Brown’s gas emerges, and this acts as the fuel for your vehicle. The resultant compound is called the oxy-hydrogen gas which is highly inflammable. Then they channel it through the gas line directly to the engine.

In case the process interests you and you want to try it, there are several service providers that can come to your aid. You need to install a special system for this when you are ready to adopt the advanced technology. This special system that you install in your car will help to perform the process of electrolysis. You may be wondering whether the technology involved and the consequent procedure for installation of the device in your car is too complicated or tough. It is, actually, a rather simple process. It is not at all a tough job for you to install the system in your car. You can take the help of any professional to install it or you can install it even yourself by purchasing the necessary kits from market.


Would you like to run car on water ? Try this new technology !

Many people are looking for ways to be a water car pro nowadays. This technology has actually been around for many years. Due to the recent spike in oil prices, there is now even more people looking to learn it. With the right instructions and tools, anyone can learn how to run their cars on water using the water gas technology easily.

1. Why Would You Want to Run Your Car on Water?

From an energy conservation point of view, it is everyone’s responsibility to do a part in saving Earth’s resources. With such a huge global demand for oil today, it is possible that we might have a serious problem if we do not keep this under control quickly.

From a domestic point of view, the spike in gas prices has seriously affected many household spending habits. Some families have been so heavily affected by this problem that they have had to give up their cars and take public transport instead.

2. Isn’t it Complicated to Run a Car with Water?

Yes, I must say that it was not easy when I first started trying to piece everything together by myself. You can feasibly do this conversion yourself if you have good car technical knowledge. Otherwise you should definitely find help, either in the form of an online guide or a professional car mechanic.