Welcome to Running on Water – HHO
HHO Definition: HHO gas, is a scientific term for oxyhydrogen with a 2:1 ratio of hydrogen and oxygen, produced via electrolysis removal of the covalent bond in water.
Method 1: Hydrogen to Electric
It is possible to run a motorcycle on water. This is achieved using Bottled Hydrogen to produce electricity via a Fuel Cell. The electricity is then used to run an Electric Motorcycle.
Is this Better for the Environment?
In regard to polluting the environment, Hydrogen Fuel Cells running Electric Motorcycles is not a better alternative to using Fossil Fuels. The bottling of hydrogen process requires electricity from a power station, which in most cases derives from coal or gas. These power stations are causing damage to the environment.
Running an Electric Bike on a Hydrogen Fuel Cell.
Method 2: Running a Combustion Engine on Bottled Hydrogen Gas
It has been proven that an Internal Combustion Engine can be run on Bottled Hydrogen Gas.
Is this Better for the Environment?
Running a Combustion Engine on Bottled Hydrogen is harmful to the environment for the same reason as discussed above, This method will not reduce pollution to the environment, as it requires the Oil Companies to continue to pollute the environment in the production and bottling of the hydrogen.
Caring for the Environment – The Solution
Using Solar Produced electricity to bottle the hydrogen can create an 100% environmentally friendly fuel source to run an internal combustion engine as demonstrated in the following video.
As you have seen, a combustion engine can be run on Bottled Hydrogen. But what about running directly on hydrogen produced on demand within the vehicle directly from water?
Method 3: Hybrids
Running HHO and Petroleum in a Shandy Mix
Mileage can be increased by running an Internal Combustion Engine on HHO (Produced on Demand) mixed with Petroleum. The HHO is produced with the use of High Current and Electrolytes. The following videos demonstrate how this can be achieved.
Wet Cell Vs Dry Cell: Dry Cell’s Higher Efficiency and Safety
In this video you will discover a method to produce hydrogen on demand that requires less electrical current draw, no electrolyte, is more efficient and potentially safer. However, you would always use a Bubbler to prevent flashback (backfire) into the cell. A Bubbler is the second container that the HHO bubbles travel through before entering the intake manifold of the engine.
Now we know the difference between a Wet HHO Fuel Cell and a Dry HHO Fuel Cell.
Let us begin by exploring examples of an internal combustion engine running on a Wet Fuel Cell producing HHO gas on demand. The term HHO is used to describe Water (H2O) converted into a gas by separating the covalent bond.
Method 4: Running on HHO produced on demand
Wet Fuel Cell Examples
Below are three examples of an Internal Combustion Engine running on HHO only, using a Wet Fuel Cell for production.
Wet Fuel Cell Example 1 – Motorcycle Engine
Wet Fuel Cell Example 2 – Car Engine
Wet Fuel Cell Example 3 – Motorcycle Engine
Wet Fuel Cell Example 4 – Motorcycle Engine
Improving the efficiency of a Wet Fuel Cell using Modified Electronics for the Power Supply.
Stanley Meyer Dune Buggy
High pulse frequency electric supply (Pulse Width Modulation) is used to effectively and efficiently separate the H2O covalent bond in water. This lowers the current draw necessary when using standard electrolysis. Instead of using brute force to generate HHO gas, a Pulse Train DC Generator will gently encourage the separation of the covalent bond. Stanley Meyer used Resonating Pulse Train Rectified DC in combination with Laser technology, which he injected into a modified spark plug.
Stanley Meyer’s invention was not a hoax as proven by his dune buggy being investigated by NASA, mechanics and TV media film crews on many occasions.
Dry Fuel Cell Examples: No Petroleum – No Electrolyte – No Complex Electronics
Dry Fuel Cell Produced on Demand HHO Generators running combustion engines has been well documented and proven to work, My guess, for it not being widely accepted and marketed, is because the oil companies would be unable to profit from it.
Example 1. Egg Slide Design
Example 2: Home Made Design
Example 3: Home Made Design
Can a Dry Fuel Cell produce enough HHO to burn?
The answer is yes.
Not only are Universities and High Schools using hydrogen in welding/cutting processes, hydrogen is used to cut steel at the bottom of the ocean while repairing pipes.
On land hydrogen welding is called Hyperbaric Welding.
Below Ocean Surface welding is called Underwater Welding
Dry Fuel Cell Installation in a Vehicle
Knowing that storing water in a welder can produce enough hydrogen on demand, to weld and cut steel as a replacement to Ox-Acetylene, then it is not surprising that it can run a combustion engine.
Examples Running on HHO
Lawn Mower Balloon HHO Demonstration
Demonstrating a combustion engine running on HHO and proving it is not running on a secret petroleum hose, has been effectively achieved in the following video.
A Hydrogen Generator is used to fill a balloon with HHO via a bubbler. A lawn mower effectively starts and runs on HHO alone via a hose into the carburetor, with the other hose end attached to the balloon.
Motorcycles Running on Water
As there are so many examples of motorcycles and small combustion engines running on HHO, I have included only a few examples below.
As clearly demonstrated, we may safely conclude that it is possible to run a motorcycle on water. I would also be inclined to believe that the Dry Fuel Cell is the best option to produce HHO on demand as it draws lower amperage, generates less heat and produces the highest rate of HHO output.
The Dry Fuel Cell would also be my preference due to it not requiring complex pulse DC electronics or the addition of Bi-Carbonate of Soda or any other electrolyte.
Joe Cell – Orgone Energy
You may find researching the Joe Cell interesting, However, I believe a Joe Cell would be too large to be installed on a motorcycle. Perhaps a trike.
Please feel free to comment below, if you wish to discuss the Joe Cell as I own a Joe Cell and in 2008 managed to achieve Stage 2 bubbles. Stage 3 would be necessary to run a vehicle without petroleum, which I haven’t been able to achieve.
Below is a video of my Mazda van that was running my Joe Cell as a Shandy (HHO/gas) mix.
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Power Tube – HHO Generator
Another method that I have tried is the Power Tube. The Power Tube is a Wet Fuel Cell that consists of a row of washers on threaded rod, inserted into a plastic PVC pipe.
My Power Tube Meltdown
Even though I have personally made a Power Tube, I still believe the Dry Cell to be the best. I think the Power Tube I made (30cm), was not long enough to produce sufficient HHO and it melted. The fact that it melted the PVC would indicate it was drawing too much current (amps). So I guess a PWM would be a better option. Here is a video of another person that experienced melting also.
Power Tube Powered Motorcycles
Of all the fuel cells discussed above, I conclude that a Dry Fuel Cell would be the best option to run a motorcycle. Whether you are successful or not running your motorcycle on HHO, I welcome you to share your experience in the comments below.
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