Denny Klein, founder of Hydrogen Technology Applications in Clearwater, Florida says he is boosting gas mileage from ordinary cars up to 30-percent using hydrogen gas. The company’s patented Aquygen product or HHO gas was developed for cleaning and hotter burning blowtorches for the welding industry. They are currently selling the H2O 1500 Aquygen Gas Generator to the welding industry.
But, this same product has also been working in a modified Ford Escort LX 1.9-liter engine as well. All the driver has to do is through a switch from gasoline-only mode to one in which Aquygen is injected into the internal combustion engine.
Hydrogen Technology Applications has also demonstrated this same HHO gas running directly in a lawnmower without the aid of gasoline. Running a car directly with Aquygen without the aid of gasoline will most likely take several more years of development. The Aquygen gasoline boosting system for automobiles is supposed to be available sometime in 2008 after OSHA tests and certifies the product.
There is a nifty little video worth watching that explains more. Denny Klein’s Aquygen claims have raised many eyebrows and brought forth many critics arguing the legitimacy of his new product. I’m not quite sure why since there are already hydrogen boosting products on the market such as the Gorilla, which I’ve already blogged about and several other manufacturers as well.
I guess critics and naysayers are to be expected with regard to any new technology that upsets the status quo and that goes as well for HHO – IMHO.