Recommended HHO equipment
The correct combination of a hydrogen generator and an electronic controller is required to achieve maximum fuel saving results.
- Select generator from the chart below
- Use a ProTuner controller
Gasoline engines consume excessive fuel, while diesel vehicles operate on an excess of air. These entirely different technologies require different approaches.
Better Fuel has developed a unique solution to effectively reduce fuel consumption on both types of engines.
How to select a hydrogen generator
The choice of a generator is determined by the engine size of the vehicle you plan to install this equipment on.
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Effect of hydrogen in different types of engines
Fuel injected vehicles are equipped with multiple sensors. The ECU monitors all the sensors and it is programmed to expect a certain “normal” behavior.
Hydrogen alters the combustion properties of the existing fuel. When the sensors detect this unexpected condition, the ECU responds by adding more fuel and negating the improvement in fuel economy.
If sensors are not adjusted properly, there will be more power and torque, but no fuel savings.
ProTuner is a universal fuel reduction system compatible with all types of engines.
It consists of two independent products integrated into one device:
- Fuelling system Sensor Controller
- High output Current Controller for a hydrogen generator
Fuel saving results:
Gasoline: ProTuner + Hydrogen: 25-56%
Diesel: ProTuner + Hydrogen: 15-39%
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Results of NASA’ s experiments with hydrogen in internal combustion engines
Direct from 1977 article by *NASA: "Lean-mixture-ratio combustion in internal-combustion engines has the potential of producing low emissions and higher thermal efficiency for several reasons. First, excess oxygen in the charge further...