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LESSON ONE- EIGHT Day Expert On Hydrogen Hydrogen As A Fuel Source - A Basic Overview This is the first of 7 parts in your journey to become an expert on Hydrogen, specifically in the form of what is commonly referred to as HHO Gas. By the time you finish this course, you will know more about this fascinating subject than 95% of the world. If you've never heard of this unusual gas, don't worry- you're not alone. The majority of people only think of hydrogen as the gas that exploded with the Hindenburg, or used in geeky science experiments. Truth is, those are older, more industrial uses of it, and work well for industry, but not vehicles. We will discuss why in future lessons, and you will discover why this recently discovered form of "on demand" hydrogen is far safer, more energetic, and easier to make than the industrial form. With that said, let's jump right into this introduction... Basic Electrolysis When electricity flows between two metal conductors that are immersed in water, the water molecule is broken down into its two basic atoms - Hydrogen and Oxygen; through a process called electrolysis. This electricity is DC (direct current) flowing from the negative Cathode to the positive Anode (like from a battery), This is different than the AC (alternating current) like you have
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LESSON ONE- EIGHT Day Expert On HydrogenHydrogen As A Fuel Source - A Basic OverviewThis is the first of 7 parts in your journey to become an expert onHydrogen, specifically in the form of what is commonly referred toas HHO Gas. By the time you finish this course, you will know moreabout this fascinating subject than 95% of the world. If you'venever heard of this unusual gas, don't worry- you're not alone. Themajority of people only think of hydrogen as the gas that explodedwith the Hindenburg, or used in geeky science experiments.Truth is, those are older, more industrial uses of it, and workwell for industry, but not vehicles. We will discuss why in futurelessons, and you will discover why this recently discovered form of"on demand" hydrogen is far safer, more energetic, and easier tomake than the industrial form.With that said, let's jump right into this introduction...Basic ElectrolysisWhen electricity flows between two metal conductors that areimmersed in water, the water molecule is broken down into its twobasic atoms - Hydrogen and Oxygen; through a process calledelectrolysis. This electricity is DC (direct current) flowing fromthe negative Cathode to the positive Anode (like from a battery),This is different than the AC (alternating current) like you havein your home.This "DC" is hooked up to the metal conductors in the water; someof them connected to the - cathode, the rest connected to the +anode in various configurations.Normally water by itself is like an insulator and will not conductDC electricity, so to make this happen you have to add a littlecatalyst, called an "electrolyte". The electrolyte allows currentto flow between the - side and the + side of the plates.In most cases, without this electrolyte, nothing would happen- theywould just sit there in the water. But by adding just a little ofthe "activator" (sometimes just a few spoonful's) into the water -Voila! Electricity is now free to push its way through the waterfrom one plate to another, like a liquid wire was now connectingthem. This where the Electrolysis begins; as the current isreleased to flow from one plate to another, the combined voltageand current begin to "separate" the molecular bond holding theatoms together and the Hydrogen and Oxygen atoms separate, andbegin floating to the surface.You can see this yourself very easily by simply talking a 9 voltbattery and attaching a small wire to each lead, then immersingthose wires in a clear glass with tap water and 2 teaspoons ofbaking soda dissolved into it.Make sure you remove about an inch of insulation off the end of thewires before putting them in the water. Keep the wires closetogether, but not touching. You will immediately see bubbles comingoff the two wires- Oxygen off of one, and hydrogen off the other.The Hydrogen and Oxygen in the water, separate and become a newblend of gases made up of its original atoms - Hydrogen, Hydrogen,and Oxygen; hence the terminology "HHO gas". This is not the sameprocess as used in industry today, which makes pure hydrogen orpure oxygen, and separates the two into different, pressurizedtanks.If you research the old encyclopedias, you will never see areference to this form of gas, because it wasn't discovered as aviable product until the late 1960's. Up until then, electrolysis remained basically unchanged.Industries had used it for a hundred years to create and separatevarious gases and store them in pressurized cylinders. Hospitalsand labs around the world then use these gases (such as oxygen,hydrogen, nitrogen, etc.) for patients, research facilities,manufacturing, etc.The industrial method of electrolysis differs from what we aregoing to learn about in these lessons. That method uses a"membrane" in the electrolysis process that immediately separatesthe hydrogen from the oxygen for storage, which is great for itsparticular uses, but not for what we want: an on demand source ofenergy directly from water, that doesn't require dangerouspressurized tanks.The researcher that discovered this amazing new process in the late1960's,Yull Brown, realized you didn't need to separate the gasesfrom each other, or pressurize hydrogen in a storage tank for lateruse. He discovered one could utilize BOTH the hydrogen and theoxygen in a novel, new way. Not separating them, but using themimmediately as they rose up out of the water, "on demand". The newgas was coined "Brown's Gas" and has been more popularized recentlyas HHO Gas.There are critical differences between the two methods, theresulting gases, and how they can be applied to help us save moneyon fuel, while cleaning the air of pollutants, which we will coverin more detail tomorrow.Until Then,LESSON TWO - Hydrogen and Electrolysis - How You Can Now Make It And Use It To Fuel Your Car, Truck, Boat, RV or any engine. Yesterday, we dove right in and started building a foundation reviewing the basics of electrolysis, and how it is used to separate hydrogen and oxygen atoms out of water molecules. We learned by using metal plates, tubes, or wires immersed in water with a direct current running through, we could "cause" those atoms to break apart and become a gas (as long as an electrolyte was added to the water to allow current to flow. We also started talking about the differences between industrial electrolysis which separates the gases individually, and the kind "Yull Brown" discovered called HHO Gas, which is a blend of both hydrogen and oxygen. As mentioned in the last lesson, industry has not changed much over the last hundred years when it comes to separating oxygen and hydrogen atoms out of water. Special electrolyzers are used every day in different industries along with huge amounts of voltage and current to create an enormous amount of these gases for separation, compression, and storage in special tanks. It is important to note that this process always separates the molecules by a membrane- the oxygen collects and rises from the positive (anode) side and the hydrogen collects at the negative (cathode) side. This is important for several reasons: 1.-Industry necessitates pure gases for processes needing them. If a lab needs pure Hydrogen, Oxygen, Nitrogen, or any other gas for an experiment, any foreign gases would pollute it. In many applications especially in hospitals, industry, and research labs, the need for pure gases is critical. 1. When the base atomic gases are separated out, they can be compressed and stored under great pressure for a long time until they need to be used. Hospitals use pure oxygen all the time in tanks filled by just such a process. It doesn't matter how much energy was needed to make and store it- it's the convenience of having it available that makes it a perfect match for those industries. Therein lies the main difference between the "Brown's Gas" and regular Oxygen/Hydrogen separated by electrolysis. HHO Gas CANNOT be pressurized and stored in most cases. By its very nature, it is too volatile and will explode if attempts are made to pressurize and store it.

In fact recently here in California, we had a researcher killed in a violent explosion that brought down half of his building. He was experimenting with hho in large pressurized vessels. Now granted he was being foolish: he was trying to store a highly energetic gas in a standard Air Compressor tank like youd find at any tool shop. Those tanks are only rated for 150 psi, while hydrogen storage tanks are rated to 10,000 psi and many are wrapped in Kevlar! If you attempt this I warn you it is very unstable and quite dangerous- be careful trying to store it. DO NOT do it. You have been warned. However, just because you can't compress it doesn't mean it isn't useful. An "On Demand" gas is more energetic than either hydrogen or oxygen stored separately. Think about this: Would you rather inject just Hydrogen (H2) into your engine, or would you rather inject H2 + Pure Oxygen in there? Fully 33% of the Brown's gas is Oxygen (the air we breathe is only 18-20% oxygen; think about that...) While you can't pressurize it, this same unique gas that would be volatile if stored, actually "catalyzes" the combustion process inside your engine. The gasoline or diesel ignites first inside the engine, and suddenly the HHO gas kicks in (Hydrogen burns 10 times faster than gasoline and 12 times faster than diesel). This process causes them to burn more quickly, more efficiently, and more thoroughly, extracting more energy from the fuel that would normally just be wasted as heat or unburnt fuel/hydrocarbons that need to be filtered out by the catalytic converter. The result is a more complete combustion where it matters MOST - inside the engine where the energy can be extracted for work (as horsepower), not wasted as high emissions and pollutants that clog our air. If you go to our website mileage results page and scroll to the bottom, you can see how much emissions were reduced on a test car using our HHO generator. The only byproduct is water vapor (in very small quantities). During combustion, the hydrogen and oxygen atoms release energy, then recombine into water molecules instantly, which then turns into superheated steam, which helps knock off carbon buildup inside the engine. It is a win-win situation in every way. The researcher we mentioned earlier (Yull Brown), was the first man to realize that this HHO gas could actually be used to enhance the combustion process in cars. In fact, some of his patents cover very large electrolyzers that are continually being perfected and used today for electrolyzers. These are quite large and wouldn't fit into a car, but they are used to power torches- water torches. In fact, these torches have unique properties that no other gas has. They will NOT boil water, even if the flame is left intact on the surface for a long time. But the same flame, held on Tungsten will instantly sublimate (requiring a temperature of 4600 degrees!) It is also the only flame that can weld dissimilar objects like a steel rod onto brick. This HHO gas can also, under the perfect circumstances, create an Implosion instead of an Explosion, creating enormous vacuum instead of pressure. We have actually played around a bit with this in our "cutting with water" video here if you'd like to see it: Cutting With Water There is more we could explore together here, but in an effort to stay focused, we will next examine the vast array of electrolyzer designs- which ones we have found to work better than the others, and which ones to avoid like the plague! After the next lesson, we will discuss how you can apply this cutting edge technology to your vehicle, essentially converting your car into a water hybrid in just a few short hours. LESSON THREE - EIGHT Day Expert On HydrogenTypes of Hydrogen Electrolyzers- The Good, The Bad, and The UglyBy now you are beginning to remember or understand some of the basic science involved in creating On Demand Hydrogen Gas as an exciting renewable fuel (actually, a fuel additive or combustion catalyst). Let's jump right in and discuss the various designs being experimented with and used, and why some of them are OK and others should be avoided like the plague.There are Four Basic Types of electrolyzers, and Three Different Styles or assembly methods. Let's look at types first. They are as follows:1) Wires 2) Screens/Mesh/Perforated sheet 3) Flat Plates 4) Tubes/ConicalLet's take a quick look at each of these...WiresGenerally, these consist of two or more wires (stainless steel) which are wrapped in a spiral around a support, (acrylic), and separated by a small gap. One wire is hooked to positive side of battery, one to the negative. These were very popular at first, as they were inexpensive and quick to build. In fact, there is a "Mason Jar" design floating around that has been very popularized due to heavy marketing and book sales. Unfortunately, it is also one of the LEAST efficient electrolyzers available, for reasons we will discuss later. I personally never cared for the idea of putting an explosive gas, in a glass jar, under the hood of my car.Screens/MeshThe screen electrolyzers are generally just available stainless steel window screen, mesh, or perforated sheet metal, cut to fit into a container and stacked in various configurations so that some are positive and some are negative. Each metal sheet must be insulated with non-conductive spacers from the other or they will short out. This type of electrolyzer is popular among beginners, because it makes a lot of bubbles when you hook it up to a power source, but if you actually measure the density of gas produced, it's not really that good. Makes for a good show, though! They suffer from huge "edge current" losses, which we will discuss later.PlatesBy far, the most popular and widely used design today; stainless steel plates are what most experimenters in this new technology are using today. They consist of high quality plates of 316 stainless steel, which doesn't corrode under the heavy exposure to current, or the alkaline base of the electrolyte. They are the most efficient of the designs, using less energy per square inch, leaving most electrical energy to convert water into hydrogen and oxygen atoms. The best designs at this time use some configuration of these plates - we will get into more detail about this in a minute.TubesTubes were all the rage for a while, but not as popular now, and some still use them in their systems. The reason for their popularity is because of a man named Stanley Meyer, who in the 70's, actually built a car using sophisticated electronics and his own tube design that reportedly ran on 100% water! There are many patents he took out on this process, but he died mysteriously before being able to fully communicate how it worked, and to this day no one has yet been able to duplicate his work (as a side note: I include a free book of his patents and life story if you purchase our hybrid water power manual, for those interested in his break-through).The tubes used in this design are again high quality stainless steel and generally are stacked concentrically, one inside the other- being insulated so they don't touch. Some use a ring of tubes like Meyer, with multiple tubes having just one smaller tube inside, others use a series of concentric tubes, starting from a large diameter to progressively smaller ones.These hold promise and are a second place contender in our opinion. More research is needed to overcome certain obstacles with this design. If you try and hook up a tube within tube design using the inner tube for negative and outer tube for positive, be aware that almost 10 volts will be wasted in the process, and that voltage converts to heat, which will tend to overheat your unit quickly. You still get edge current leakage from the ends of the tubes, but not as much as with a screen or perforated sheet.LET'S FOCUS ON PLATESTrue electrolysis is no mystery and it has been around for a very long time. It is simply a function of the amount of voltage and current pushed through the water, along with the overall area of metal exposed to the electrolyte.That is why spiral coils of wire mentioned earlier in this article, are so inefficient. You have so very little metal actually exposed (maybe a few square inches) compared to a plate design (one of our newest kits has over 700 Square inches of stainless!). This is why plates currently rule in the realm of efficiency. The larger exposed surface edges give them the ability to translate as much energy into hho gas without losing as much energy in the form of wasted heat. That is where the style or assembly method of the electrolyzer comes into play.This waste heat is also a downfall in the tube and spiral designs. They can get hot very fast, literally boiling the water, giving you a thermal runaway condition where it gets hotter and hotter until the lid or container melts. Overheated water can also cause the electrolyte to chemically change, making it far less productive and giving it a tendency to foam badly, which causes its own problems.STYLES OF PLATE GENERATORSThere are FOUR basic styles of electrolyzers.The original Wet Cell, the more common Dry Cell, the Hybrid Cell which we introduced in 2009 to a sell-out crowd, and the newest patent pending design we introduced in May of 2014, the Isolated or Solo Cell.Let's examine each one:The Wet Cell is comprised of a plate stack of steel plates held together in some fashion, and immersed in an electrolyte liquid bath which is contained in a leak-proof container. The water flows freely around and through the spaces in between the plates.The Dry Cell is comprised of a plate stack of steel plates, separated by gaskets that go around the perimeter of each plate, with holes drilled in each plate for the electrolyte to flow from one chamber to the next. The stack is not immersed in a liquid bath like the wet cell; rather the water is fed to inside of stack from an external reservoir.The Hybrid Cell that we introduced in 2009, takes the strengths of both the wet cell and the dry cell designs, eliminates the weaknesses and dangers- a great combination of designs.The SOLO Cell is brand new. It took us two years of engineering and prototyping to develop and test, and was just launched in May of 2014 to our private email members and customers first. It is also a plate stack of steel plates, but everything is molded into specially engineered shapes to allow special gasketing and eliminate current leakage as well as water leaks which appear on older designs.How is the Solo Cell different from the others?Well, It is the first design to completely isolate each cell individually from the next one, and have 100% of the metal plate EDGES covered inside. Even Dry Cells have exposed edges with their holes drilled through each plate (Two half inch holes in a plate like a dry cell has, = 3"+ of edges exposed). Our unique design has zero edges exposed, zilch, nada. The electrodes are solid and separate each cell from the other. Because each cell is separate, and individual, you can actually "tune it".Let's say you have a midsize engine but you'd like to try the biggest generator we have - the 884. You are concerned it might be too big. Well, with our unique design, you simply disconnect one of the power terminals to a cell, and that one quits working! Disconnect another one, it becomes an 882. We will have a video ready to show that soon!This has been a very long lesson, but I would be remiss if I didn't mention that our Solo Cells had a few unexpected advantages. Because there are no exposed edges, there appears to be no leeching of any iron oxides or other metals that discolor the water. In our test vehicle, the prototype ran 6 months with the water absolutely as clear as the day we put it in, and there was NO FOAM. Even after 16-20 hours of driving in hot California sun down to Los Angeles and back.This is all we have time for right now- if you need more info go to our website below.LESSON FOUR - EIGHT Day Expert On Hydrogen How Hydrogen Technology Applies To Your Vehicle Welcome back to Day 4 of our 8 day lesson designed to make you an expert in this exciting new technology! You already have a big head start in knowing more about this newest industry than most of your friends, relatives and colleagues! Let's do a quick review and then jump right in: So far we've covered what HHO Gas is, how it differs from pure hydrogen, how it's made, and various generator types and designs used. Now let's talk about HOW this On Demand Hydrogen technology can help you save gas and clean the environment at the same time! Because electrolysis uses DC current, it's a natural to use in cars because they already use the same thing - 12 to 14 volt DC (direct current). The generators are installed in the car or truck, usually near the radiator or engine bay. The unit is connected to the battery via a power relay and fuse, and hooked up so that it only is powered up when the engine is running, and is off when engine is turned off. (An important safety protocol). Most (including ours) have a separate water reservoir connected to the generator through a series of hoses to feed the water/electrolyte into the generator, and to draw off the hydrogen-oxygen gas as it is being made. The gas mixture then returns back to the water reservoir, where the water drops off and continues to circulate, and the gas is allowed to separate in the upper part of the water reservoir that is not filled with water. The gas then goes through a filter of some design (we use a one micron filter - others use a water bubbler). This filtered gas is then introduced into the incoming airflow (usually near the air filter of your car) where it mixes with the outside air and the gasoline or diesel fuel as it is drawn into the engine. A small fitting is inserted into the air intake to connect to the tube. Once inside the engine, it quickly mixes with the normal fuel vapors. Within micro seconds, as the regular fuel begins to ignite, the hydrogen comes alive and ignites (10 times faster than hydrogen, 12 times faster than diesel) and causes the existing fuel to burn more efficiently and cleaner (remember- you're also injecting 34% extra Oxygen at the same time), burning up the majority of the normally unburnt hydrocarbons which normally get passed through your catalytic converter before being exhausted out. This is why emissions are dramatically reduced using this unique hybrid fuel additive. How can such a small amount of hydrogen affect the fuel mileage? Well, gasoline burns at 4000 feet per second (that's the equivalent of about half the length of the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, CA- in just one second). Not bad. But Hydrogen holds the world record as the fastest burning gas. It burns at 40,000 feet per Second- fully TEN TIMES faster than gas! So if you had a tube of it going across the Golden Gate Bridge, and lit it, in LESS than 1/20th of ONE second, it would be at the other end! Can you begin to see why this could help? And since it is already burning fast- it helps eat up any unburned hydrocarbons from the slower burning gasoline or diesel, extracting more energy out of it, in a shorter amount of time, where it matters most- INSIDE the engine where it can help drive those pistons down, instead of being wasted and filtered by a platinum coated converter. That is why our customers consistently notice a slight increase in response, more passing power, and reduce emissions. We are simply catalyzing the combustion to extract the most energy out that is possible. We are NOT trying to replace the fuel (at least, not yet). You cannot run an engine on HHO alone, for any length of time or over the full range of speeds and torque curves needed (in spite of the fake youtube video of the Dodge Ram truck claiming to run 100% on water). Every day, manufacturers and researchers develop new and exotic ways to cram more air into the engine, using turbo chargers, superchargers, better air cleaners, etc. But air is comprised of only 18-21% oxygen, while HHO gas is 34% pure oxygen. So you are adding an environmentally clean gas (hydrogen), and a whopping 34% oxygen as well into the combustion chamber of your engine. Now you have an ultra fast burning hydrogen, a compact Oxygen source, added to your existing fuel/air being drawn in naturally. The second the gas or fuel is ignited, the normally slow burning gas is "catalyzed" by the ultra fast burning hydrogen and assisted with the extra oxygen. So in the same normal rotation of the engine, the gases are consumed faster and the energy extracted out instead of being wasted and sent out the exhaust. In essence, you are now utilizing the stuff that the catalytic converter normally filters out. Your car sensors can be slightly adjusted to recognize this hybrid fuel, using a little mini-computer called an EFIE (Electronic Fuel Injection Enhancer). Hooked up and adjusted correctly, the car's computer then recognizes it doesn't need to add so much fuel, and so leans out the normal mix, which ultimately ends up saving you gas! AND you get the benefit of feeling good that while you're saving money with increased mileage- you also cleaning up the environment for your kids and grandkids by reducing the harmful exhaust emissions of your car. Some have seen over 75% reduction of gases and more! I refer again to the Emissions Chart here if you want proof. It really is a Win-Win situation. You will notice an immediate "sharpness" to your accelerator - better response from a stop light. We've noticed a better acceleration on the highway when we kick it down to pass a slower vehicle, enabling us to pass it more quickly and safely. We've noticed aslight reduction in engine temperature (though not everyone sees this). I believe it is because the gas burns more quickly, the heat has less time to be absorbed by the engine. We have seen about 3-5 degrees in our test vehicles. Not everyone does though. We also have noticed a much smoother, quieter idle. In fact, the first time I ever installed one, I was talking with my then future son-in-law about the technology, showing him the installation. After a few minutes, the computer recognized the new fuel, and dropped the idle- it was so noticeable we both looked at each other. After that, when I'd drive it around, sometimes I would have to check to make sure it was running, because it was so much quieter. Nice side benefit, for sure. By introducing a clean and fast burning hydrogen plus oxygen (in the form of this HHO Gas), you cause your gasoline or diesel fuel to burn faster and more efficient, which reduces the amount of gas you need, giving you more miles on the same amount of gas. Plus, you get all that benefit while helping the environment. Makes you wonder why Detroit hasn't been putting these into cars for years... Oh, in case you were wondering. This wonderful gas will blend and work with any fuel; gasoline, diesel, LPG, CNG, even bio-fuel. It enhances all of them to burn more quickly and efficiently. Can't get much better than that! Tomorrow we'll briefly go over a couple of common methods used to control the power of your generator. LESSON FIVE - EIGHT Day Expert On Hydrogen Hydrogen Generators and Power Control In previous chapters, we discussed the modern "designs" of electrolyzers - and the types used most commonly. Today, we're going to talk about controlling the power of the generator in your car and adjusting it for optimum results. In factories, the gigantic electrolyzers are run using raw current, and LOTS of it. In fact, remember what we discussed earlier? Production is the result of how much current and voltage + how much steel is exposed to the electrolyte. More plate area will give more increase in gas production. Industries aren't limited to the small power of a car battery and alternator, so they can pump as much energy as they want to create any level of gas. They can pour in a huge amount of power. In fact a recent study by the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, reveals that an industrial Electrolyzer plant uses 100MW of power and 10-20 million gallons of water every DAY, just to cool it down! We obviously have much more serious limits in a mobile setting. Generally we only have one or possibly two 12 volt batteries; up to four batteries in a Big Rig. We also are limited to total current (amps) we can use because the alternator (which keeps our battery charged), is only designed to withstand a particular charging load. Thankfully, the newer cars are designed with much more robust alternators than 30 years ago, due to the demand of high wattage Audio/Video systems, GPS, and even tablets and mobile phone docking stations demanded by consumers today. We have only rarely come across alternators not able to handle the load of a normal hho generator. It is a good idea to check if you are unsure, but most modern cars have no trouble with the extra 25-35 amps. The ones that run into trouble are older cars from 60's or 70's that had an old AM/FM radio and a few accessories- many times those alternators only put out a total of 35 amps. Those are way too small and you would definitely need to upgrade to a more modern alternator to run an On Demand System. We once donated an $800 system to a "Green" business who was going to drive across country espousing the wonders of hho. He totally misrepresented himself and did not install like we told him to including changing out the alternator and fixing mechanical problems with his old 1965 Mustang. So obviously he didn't get results. Instead of fixing his car and all its problems, he proceeded to drive across country complaining how the technology didn't work! The point of this conversation is: you must have a decent running vehicle (tuned up, maintained) and a good alternator to have the optimum results. Power Up! Once your system is chosen and you have installed the basic generator/reservoir/filter and connected up the hoses, you need to decide how much control you would like over your system. There are TWO basic methods of controlling the power to your hydrogen generator. The first, and most common, is called "Brute Force". The second is by using a power controller with a dial, called a PWM (Pulse Width Modulator). Let's look at these two methods in more detail... Brute Force Brute Force is just like it sounds. Pure, unadulterated battery current released straight into the electrolyzer like steroids into a body builder. This is the easiest and cheapest way to hook up a system. One side of your generator is hooked up to the negative side of the battery. The other side is hooked through a simple switch (called a relay) and a fuse (to protect your cars' electrical system) then to the positive terminal of your battery. The power relay is hooked up so that when you turn your car on, the hydrogen generator immediately starts making HHO Gas. When you turn it off, it instantly stops. Simple and easy- right? We have engineered our advanced generators with the ability to operate either way- brute force or with a PWM, but many choose the simpler Brute Force. We sell a lot of kits because of that, and most people like the simplicity in hooking up a brute force generator. They are definitely faster to install and get running. However- you will notice a 3-7 amp variation from cold to fully operational this way, while the PWM style delivers instant current at the levels you prefer. THE PWM A PWM uses a specially designed circuit board that "Pulses" the current at a certain frequency (Pulse Width Modulator), instead of just allowing straight current to flow through like with the brute force model. You can see them on our site here: PWM These should always be installed with an amp gauge or meter, so you can see the effects as you turn the PWM up or down. We always include a high quality lighted amp gauge with our kits and provide several different PWM's to our customers that desire to use one. NOTE: Some experimenters insist they get a much higher quality hho gas with a high frequency PWM board pulsing the current, claiming their systems are superior because of this more energetic form of the gas... When I ask them for proof of that and what their results are, they tell me 20-40% increase. Funny, that is the same (or even less) than many of our customers get with our systems. So if the gas is so much better, then why aren't their customers achieving way better mileage then ours? They usually hang up or quit emailing back after I pose that question... I have been at this longer than just about anyone in the business today (since 2008 full time!), and I have not seen any hard evidence that supports that theory at all. That being said, there are advantages to each method. What's the difference? While the Brute Force method is widely popular because of its faster installation and cheaper cost, it has a couple of limitations. The number one downside to this method is that you have no manual control over the current your generator draws, once the system is set up. When setting up this type, you must add enough electrolyte to the water, so that when the generator is first turned on it is drawing only about 20 Amps (we show you how to do all this- it's really quite easy). As your vehicle and generator warm up, it will slowly increase to 25-28 amps. Sometimes this can be a little challenging on extremely hot days and long commutes, where the current has a tendency to creep up a little. However, our kits can handle 50 amps without melting or burning up, so no harm will come from it. Just be aware that the higher the current draw (amps), the more load it puts on your alternator. The more load on your alternator, the more horsepower your engine needs to spin it. So it is best to keep it down in the recommended range as a rule of thumb. With a PWM, you never have to worry about that. You simply mix enough electrolyte to get it right where you want it. You don't have to be precise- you can add even more electrolyte than with a Brute Force setup because the PWM gives precise control and will not let the amperage exceed the limit you set with the PWM. Having a PWM also allows more experimentation. Some cars may do better with the generator set to 25 amps. Some might be best at 17 or 18. Some as high as 28-30 amps or more. Every car is different so you have to experiment and a PWM allows that in a more precise way. One important note: If you live in a climate where the winters tend to get well below freezing (like Canada, some northern States in the USA and other frigid areas), you MUST use a PWM and a higher concentration of electrolyte. We can show you how to set up our kits so they don't freeze even at -40 degrees F/C! Tomorrow we'll cover the challenges of this new technology, as well as the ONE thing you MUST do to avoid failure of your hydrogen generator system...

LESSON SIX - EIGHT Day Expert On Hydrogen The THREE most Common Questions about Hydrogen Technology Well it's the sixth lesson already, and I hope you are not getting overwhelmed by the volume of material we've been covering in this series. But my goal was to fully educate you so you would be an expert in this area in 8 days or less - I hope you are learning and becoming more confident in this new technology. Let's take a few minutes to answer a few questions you might have today. If HHO is so good- why doesn't Detroit put them in all their cars? I think there are a few possible answers for that. One reason I believe, is that most of those good ole boys in charge refuse to acknowledge anything if they didn't create it. Many better engine and carburetor designs have been patented over the years, but the Big Three refuse to use them. If one was cynical, one might believe they are in cahoots with Big Oil. If you are not cynical, than you it might think it is caused by the NIH syndrome (Not Invented Here). Many big corporations refuse to consider any technology they didn't invent in the first place. Another more practical reason may be that hho generator systems do require refilling with fresh distilled water, periodically. We know that is not difficult, and isn't any different than needing to fill up your gas tank or change your oil. But There are some people that don't even change their oil until the red light comes on (usually too late by then), and it could be the engineers figure, "If we can't get people to change their oil, how are we going to get them to check the water regularly? Then again, there may be a more sinister plan at work to artificially keep gas prices high and consumption at a certain level to keep lining the pockets of particular energy brokers in charge. That would explain why we are only "allowed" a certain increase in mileage each year as the new models come out. While we're on that subject, have you ever heard of guy named Pogue? He invented and patented an innovative carburetor that "vaporized the gas" instead of squirting liquid in to the engine like normal cars. The result was that his carburetor got 200 miles per gallon! Can you imagine that? You could just about drive across country and back again on one tank of gas. Interestingly, within weeks of his patent being granted, the oil companies started adding sulphur and lead into their formulas which effectively caked itself onto the inside of his carburetor and rendered it useless. In the late eighties, early nineties, the auto manufacturers eliminated the carb altogether and moved to fuel injection, which sprays a mist, but does not allow gas to be vaporized. This is why we have had basically the SAME average mileage in cars for decades; it is literally engineered - designed into our vehicles. And despite increases in efficiency, and lighter materials being used (remember when you could bump into something with a bumper and it didn't cost $1500 to get it fixed?), mileage remains almost the same. Have you ever wondered about that? Did you know the original Model T Ford got 24 MPG? If that inefficient thing could do that, why hasn't our Big Three made better progress in a hundred years? That is the question to ask yourself.... Can I Run My Car On Water Only? NO! Look, I know there is a very popular youtube video out there with a Dodge Ram claiming to have run on HHO only, but let me assure you- that was a full out SCAM. First- take a close look at that video- do you EVER see anything that is hard evidence? No- just some general views of his dashboard and the massive system in the bed. And a bunch of talk. Do you realize that the guy's name that supposedly invented that was "Fast Freddie"? No, I am not kidding. And after supposedly doing that, he immediately tore that one apart to revise it 7 or 8 times to make it better. WHY? Heck if you get the first one to work- don't change it until you make a bunch of them that all work. But alas, he tears it apart. He also published the plans, but not one person was able to replicate it. Then he claimed to have an order for 250,000 units that had to be filled in 6 months. Hahaha- as a manufacturer of high quality HHO systems for 6 years now, I can assure you that is an impossible task- even if you have a good supply chain set up. I knew it was a lie at that point for sure. Especially since his work was being done out of his garage with a helper. The real big tell, was after pressing for pricing, he says his kits are difficult to build and would cost upwards of $3000 each. Then he proceeds to say that a couple of "Men in Black" showed up at his doorstep and warned him that they would only "Allow" him to get 30% on his kits or he would suddenly disappear. Yeah, right. MIB is double speak for "My kits didn't work like I said, so I will claim Govt Suppression. There is only one man that had any credibility that claimed to run a car on water. That was Stan Meyers in the 70's. He was way ahead of his time, and has a LOT of patents covering his work. Unfortunately he did die after a lunch meeting some people at lunch to discuss licensing (claimed he had been poisoned, then died in the parking lot). A lot of people have tried duplicating his work, and not one has yet succeeded. I have studied his patents and the man was brilliant, not a charlatan, in my opinion. But he only included enough in his patents to get the protection, not describe how to manufacture or duplicate. There have been a LOT who have tried and still not one practical duplication. SO until that time, I stand on my original answer- NO. You cannot run on water only, at least right now. What I have said for years, is to look at this new tech as a combustion catalyst, NOT a fuel replacement. We are using the energy in water (hydrogen and oxygen atoms) to raise the Octane level of gasoline or diesel, so that it burns faster, more completely inside the engine (where it matters most). That is why we can see more mileage, and lower emissions. But to use it by itself creates many new problems, such as hard starting, too fast burn rate, not enough volume production to replace the slower burning hydrocarbons. What about the Warranty? If you want your dealer to get all teary eyed and excited about your decision to become responsible and environmentally active by purchasing an emissions lowering, gas-sipping hydrogen generator, it probably is not going to happen. Thankfully, there is a thing called the Moss/Magnusson Act that prevents them from not honoring a warranty because of aftermarket parts added on, unless they can prove it caused the damage. To date, no car has been harmed by this type of hydrogen injection, except from cheap and badly designed kits that do NOT filter the gas, or foam over into the air intake. But a well-engineered kit will NOT cause problems. If you want more info, get our manual which goes into it more detail, but just know that this was passed so that the people who added aftermarket products to their cars (like headers, high flow catalytic converters and mufflers, high flow air filters, etc) would not have the whole warranty trashed because they modified it for better performance. As long as it isn't the cause for the damage, they HAVE to honor the warranty. Now, let me say here, that just because they SHOULD doesn't mean they will. If you are unsure, check with your dealer. So what is one to do? My suggestion- Build or buy a kit, Install it, save gas, clean the environment. If your car is still under warranty (most expire after 3 years anyway), and you are concerned about the dealer's concept of using an environmentally safe Hybrid Fuel like hydrogen, then just take 10 minutes and remove it before servicing. You don't disconnect or in any way harm the existing engine with an HHO generator, so it will just revert back to the same mileage you had before you put one in. After you're done- just pop it back in. But you can do what you want- it's strictly up to you. It's just one man's opinion... One of our large clients that we have been working with, testing our Big Rig systems, have determined that with the savings available, the fleets are willing to forget about the warranties because the amount of money they will save in fuel is far more than they would save to just fix any warranty work themselves. Our goal is and always has been to legitimize this industry and with our breakthrough new product line (two years of engineering and $300,000 invested), we are well on the way to do that! We set out to raise the bar high, when it comes to excellence in this industry, and if you look at our hho kits, you will see that they do not look like they were assembled on someone's kitchen table. I believe, as we continue to make more and more people aware of this great technology and forge forward with even better designs and discoveries, the Govt. agencies, general public, dealerships, and others will eventually be left with no choice but to accept the changes necessary to make this technology mainstream. In our next lesson, we will get into how this technology works with the modern cars that have electronic fuel injection/computer control, and the important step you must take for long term gains, in spite of the misinformation from some of the other companies out there. LESSON SEVEN - EIGHT Day Expert On Hydrogen Hydrogen Technology and the Modern Car Before the days of the computer chip, car engines were managed mechanically using gears, timing lights, and gapping tools. I remember when I was a teen, I could tune up a car by replacing the spark plugs and points; using a business card to set the gap, adjusting the carburetor, and get her purring like a kitten. Sigh, those days are gone. Now computers and sensors control every aspect of fuel management using an army of sensors all over the engine, transmission, and car to determine precise metering of fuel. Now, I can't complain too badly, because this is basically a great system as long as your car is kept tuned up; it rarely has problems. Gone are the days of hard starting carburetors and finicky timing. Unfortunately, this closed loop system has also shut out a lot of experimentation, until recently. The explosion of experimenters around the world building and installing these "on demand" hydrogen generators has also spun off a new market; mini- computers and circuitry to help deal with the computerized systems in place today. More on that in a few minutes... The Big Challenge To HHO in Modern Cars The biggest challenge to injecting a hybrid fuel such as HHO Gas into your vehicle today Are these array of sensors. The car computers do not understand how to interpret the extra energy from the hydrogen and oxygen. Older vehicles (OBD1) from about 1989 to 1996, used very simple sensor system like an O2 sensor (in the exhaust), and then later, the MAF sensor (Mass Air Flow) which is close to the air filter. Let's talk about the O2 sensor first. This little sensor performs an incredible task - it measures the exhaust gas coming out of the engine and sends a signal back to the cars computer to adjust the amount of fuel being injected into the engine according to how much OXYGEN it senses in the exhaust air. If it senses too much O2, it will think the car is not getting enough gasoline, signaling the computer to inject more gas. The end result; an actual Decrease in the mileage! But how can that be? You've injected an incredibly powerful and clean gas (Hydrogen), along with more oxygen into the fuel- you should be getting something back... Injecting HHO Gas raises the amount of oxygen in the system- fully one third of the new gas you have created in the electrolyzer is oxygen! Unfortunately, the car has no brains beyond what its programmers have given it. It is not designed to recognize this valuable new fuel additive, and gets confused when sensing it, so it defaults to its basic programming choosing a different "fuel map" to try and deal with it. The default programming tells the computer that if there is too much O2 in the exhaust, the injectors are not adding enough gas, so it signals the fuel injectors to add more, to burn up the O2. This is why, in the early days, people would put a generator on, and see a decrease in mileage, and then start shouting the technology didn't work. As the computers got more advanced, they began to use the data from both the air intake (MAF), and the O2 sensors, and compare them to determine the right fuel map. Until recently, this was the biggest hurdle HHO gas experimenters faced. But thankfully, a handful of engineers who have realized the beautiful, clean power inherent in water, have designed and developed a handful of products that help us all achieve the mileage gains we were looking for. The EFIE These mini-computers called EFIE's (Electronic Fuel Injection Enhancers) read the voltage coming from the O2 sensor and re-teach the car's computer how to deal with this new hybrid fuel. They do not replace the original car sensors or chip, but rather, they act as a "referee" between the sensors and car computer. They do this by slightly altering the tiny signal coming from the sensor so that the car computer thinks it is sending too much gasoline or diesel, and so cuts that back or "Leans it out", which reduces consumption saving you fuel and increasing your mileage. Up until just a few years ago, if you needed to read/adjust the O2 sensors and the MAF, you needed two different electronics which was cumbersome and expensive. Now we offer a combination unit that has room for both the O2 sensors and MAF in one compact unit, called the advanced EFIE/MAF gas tuner What About Even Newer Cars? As of 1996, most auto manufacturers agreed to consolidate and unify the sensor reading protocols (Called OBD- On Board Diagnostics) and developed the next generation called OBD2. Every car manufactured from 1996 through today, uses this protocol, which allows a uniform range of sensors that always includes the O2 sensors, the MAF or MAP (Manifold Air Pressure), and as the cars get newer, a few extra key sensors to determine the right amount of fuel to add to the engine. The programming of the fuel amounts is determined by "Fuel Maps" embedded in the chips. The older cars had just a few to choose from, but the newer ones have as many as 7-8 fuel maps to choose from, based on information from the sensors mentioned and the newer cars use even more info from a few additional sensors, like the IAT (Intake Air Temperature), and the CTS (Coolant Temperature Sensor). Our new Pro Series chips have the option for ALL of these sensors. You can see more here if you'd like: Pro Series Efies What About Mileage Chips that can plug in? Years ago, we carried a mileage chip from Volo, which was easier to install and was showing great promise. Unfortunately, they kept changing the chipsets and hundreds of them kept coming back from our customers as defective. It got so bad that after ordering over $4000 worth of chips- 100% came back defective. We decided to send them back for a refund. Volo decided to steal the chips and not issue a refund at all. So DO NOT give them your business. They are thieves and unscrupulous. If they steal from us- they will steal from you. You have been warned. What About Performance Chips? There are a lot of companies that have appeared in the last few years, which have developed an advanced chip/programming that offers more horsepower and some mileage settings (usually a few percent increase in mileage). They are very expensive starting usually at around $400, and going up to about $1000. Why so expensive? Because they take each individual car, hook up to a dyno, run up the RPM's, make a few tweaks in the software, run it up some more, make more tweaks, etc, until they have a full fuel map that can result in 100-200 more horsepower. Imagine having to do that with every year/make/model of car! It would cost Millions of dollars in research to do that, which is why they have a very limited amount of chips available. You will find mostly trucks and high performance cars, and NONE are programmed to work with HHO. I have contacted every one of them. So far right now, our chips, which range from $120 to $230 for the Pro series, are still the least expensive way to get the most benefit with an advanced HHO system. We continue to work on better solutions; as we develop better methods and answers, we will alert you (as long as you are on our email list). NOTE: We recently released our new Series 800 generators which are different than anything on the market today. We are starting to get feedback now from our customers, and are hearing some interesting feedback. People are telling us they have been getting 20-30% increase WITHOUT a chip??! Frankly, this is completely unexpected, and we are trying to figure it out. We don't know if it is because of new efficiencies, better quality hydrogen from our patent pending design, or just a glitch. We are not advertising it, nor saying you will have the same experience. Yet... We have sold many thousands of kits around the world since 2008. Our old kits (the Original Hybrid Cell 77 series), never gave results without a chip. So this is uncharted territory for us. We will keep everyone informed as the results continue. Tomorrow is our last lesson in this series. LESSON EIGHT - EIGHT Day Expert On Hydrogen How Does It Fit? We have spent the last 8 days together learning all about Hydrogen and more specifically HHO Gas; how it's made, why it works, the various designs and types of generators, how they are controlled, the best types available today, dealing with the modern car computer and sensors, and much more. I hope I have helped you become more educated on the subject. You should be better informed than the vast majority of people out there today, including most mechanics! Obviously, you are more than curious about HHO generators (or you wouldn't still be reading these emails from me-right?), and I assume you are interested in either purchasing a kit at some time (now or in the near future perhaps), building a kit to experiment with, or perhaps gathering more information before making a decision. I can assure you, we have taught almost 20,000 people over the years, the same depth of information that we just shared with you. In fact, many of the new websites that have popped up over the last few years are people that have taken our courses and decided to start selling their own kits part time. You will recognize a lot of websites with explanations that seem to be the same or very similar. That's because they learned from us and just copied the information to their own site (don't do it, because we protect our copyrights). I can guarantee you that No One will offer the depth of instruction that you just got from us over the last 8 days. Why Do You Give So Much Information Away? A lot of people ask that. Very simple, really. First of all- we recognize that most people are just starting to hear about this incredible technology, and they need more information, but don't know where to start. Secondly, We want you to know that we are experts in this field. We have been doing this longer than just about anyone else in the world, professionally, full time. Not someone making kits on a spare bench of another business while their other work is slow. We do it Full Time, and have since 2008. We spend a lot of money researching, testing, developing, marketing, and selling so we can bring to you the most advanced kits available today. We recently invested over $300,000 in our newest line of 800 Series Generators, for molds, dies, prototyping, patent filings (nationally and internationally), inventory, moving into a bigger manufacturing facility, new assembly lines and equipment, new inventory, new employees, etc. I challenge you to find any other company out there, which has risked and believed in their company enough to invest that kind of capital. You will find they all sell COPIES of everyone else's dry cells. Non- intellectual property, public domain copies that they neither designed, engineered nor tested in most cases (except on their own cars). They have no innovation, no new engineering, no breakthroughs. Most have little idea what they are doing, but saw a chance to make a quick buck. Be careful- you won't get any tech support from the likes of them. So why would we educate, even those that eventually become our competitors? Because we understand that most will never become as serious as we are, nor take the risks that we have. Most are looking for part time businesses or just curious. A few have gone on to start decent businesses, but many don't come close to what we are doing. Most of the 20,000 people who have downloaded our lessons, are very thankful and appreciative, and many decide to become loyal customers. That makes it worthwhile to us. Can we help you find the right generator for your needs? There are different sizes of HHO Generators because everyone's need, taste, and desires are different. Here is our general Rule of Thumb for selecting the right size of generator system for your car, if you are interested in OUR kits: We have FOUR Sizes based mainly on the size of your engine: The 881: For Small Cars/Trucks with 4 cylinders (800 cc to 2.2 Liters) The 882: For Medium Cars/Trucks with 6 cylinders (2.3 liters to 4.6 Liters) The 883: For Large Cars/Trucks with 8 cylinders (4.7 Liters to 7.6 Liters) The 884: For Big Trucks, RV's, Campers, Etc. (8.0 Liters to 10.0 Liters The Dual 884: Assembled System for Big rigs (12 liters to 18 Liters) The FOUR 800 series HHO kits come with everything needed to install and run them, but you will need a chip if it is a modern gasoline or diesel engine (unless we happen to be running a promotion). If you need help deciding which chip you need, Contact Us. We need the year/make/model and engine type (whether gas or diesel) and we can help you choose the right one. Are You A Do-It-Yourselfer? Need to Save Money? If you are a handy person who likes to work with their hands? Then our exhaustive do it yourself manual is one of the best available on this subject. I spent almost a year researching, testing, building, installing and spent thousands of dollars in the process so you wouldn't waste your money on systems that don't work. SO if you are a do it yourselfer type person that gets great satisfaction out of building something with their hands, then our book is the least expensive way to get started. The book is an older primer on the basics of electrolysis, and you will have to purchase your own parts ($150-$250), and do all the work yourself, but it can be satisfying and give you a better understanding of the inner workings of a basic wet cell hho generator. Do You Want To Save Time? Maybe your Time is limited and you would rather just buy a complete kit ready to drop in and hook up- we have the FOUR different kits available as described above. We understand your time is valuable, so we try to save as much of it for you as we can. Customize Your Kit? We realize that many who come to our site have already begun the journey so to speak, and already have started a project building their own hydrogen generator. But you can only go so far on YouTube Videos and poorly explained instructions. Hopefully this EIGHT DAY free course has helped you understand the process better. And if you find you are ready to move up into the professional realm; we hope you will come back and purchase a well-engineered system! Why did you sign up? I will finish off this series with One Last Question - "Why did you sign up?" Was it to learn more about this incredible and renewable energy known as HHO; was it just curiosity? Or had you done some research and were confused with all the jargon and lack of clarity? Maybe you were fed up with the manipulation of the gas prices this last time and decided you weren't going to be caught with your pants down the next time (because you Know they are going to go back up again!). While I can't know your exact reasons, I hope I have at least answered some of the questions you may have had prior to taking this free 8 day course. I also hope that if in the future you decide to give it a go and either build a kit or buy one pre-assembled to put in yourself, that you would remember us over here at www.hhokitsdirect.com ; we'd love to have your business and would love the opportunity to prove it to you. So come on over to our Website and bookmark it for later reference, so when you are ready, you won't forget where you found us! Thanks again for signing up for this course and spending time with us learning about this amazing new technology! Even if you don't buy from us, but have a pressing question that needs answering, go ahead and contact us - we'll try to get you an answer as soon as we have time (priority is given to our customers first!) Thanks and Good Luck on your new journey into creating your own renewable energy from water! We encourage to put one in, show to others, and spread the word!