Water technology is a popular subject at the moment; with many people choosing to add water gas, Browns gas, HHO water systems to their cars and vehicles. If you take a look at the discussion groups for websites like water4gas.com, you will see in the member’s area that there are dozens of answers from different experimenters of this technology.
Members are saying that the vapor which the water produces via the electrolyzer helps to clean out the engine as well as the pistons, valves and other passages in the engine. This seems to have done the same on my own car as well.
I have tested out water for gas technology on many vehicles including my eighteen year old Lexus as well as some of my friends vehicles which include an old mini van which was almost ten years old as well as a van which was reaching its twenty fifth birthday! In all of the times I have used this technology, I have never had any problems with it, and the vehicles run a lot smoother and are much quieter once the systems have been installed. Once you remove the technology, the engine will run a little more roughly afterwards but not as bad as it once did because it will take many years to gather all of the junk that the water system has cleaned out.
The HHO mixture uses a tiny amount of water. Actually there is plenty of water found in the fuel that your car often runs on. For instance, when you drive in the rain or in humid conditions. In places such as the Pacific Northwest, cars rarely have internal engine corrosion problems however they might suffer from body rust issues.
Most of the time, water is mixed in with the gas that you put in your vehicle. At the end of the day, your car will be easier to maintain and will last longer. You can save massive amounts of money by using water technology simply by fixing the knocking in the engine.
Can Water Vapor Cause the Exhaust to Rust?
No, especially if you first run the HHO gas thru a bubbler and then thru a dryer. The dryer will remove some water vapor along with any of the harmful chemicals that you use as an electrolyte. Really the use of a dryer is an essential part of a water for gas hho system. And really the water vapor is so hot inside of the engine that it helps to clean the engine out but it doesn't cause it to rust due to the high temperature in the engine. Another point to take into consideration is that there is plenty of lubrication within the fuel to help prevent any type of corrosion. The hydrogen also helps to clean any carbon deposits from the valves, rings and pistons and this is why your engine will start to run more smoothly.
Is this system cooler in the converter and back tail pipe and is it any different than driving in humid weather or the rain?
During WW2 air force pilots saw that if they flew close to the water their engines would actually run better. This caused them to begin to experiment by injecting a fine mist of water into the engines and afterwards the engines would run much smoother. There have been no known corrosion problems.
Water technology can have a brilliant overall effect on the life span of your vehicle’s engine. It will involve much less maintenance and fewer breakdowns. Using water for gas technology will also help to improve your gas mileage as well. Everyone is interested in saving money and gas at the pump and this is where water techno logy comes in. the benefits of this technology are vast and include less pollution. I actually noticed a big difference when I used water for gas technology on my vehicles and the emissions were cut down by half. If all vehicles did this, imagine how much healthier our environment would be!