More and more people are starting to realize that water running cars really do exist and it is possible to save thousands of dollars on gas or diesel. The truth is, this water technology has been around for roughly 90 years but greedy oil companies have tried to keep this technology underground for as long as they can.
Water is available to everyone and anyone with basic DIY skills can build a simple drive on water device and attach it to their vehicle's engine, which will convert their gas guzzler into one of those water running cars. The technology that makes this all possible is very easy to understand.
Water is also known as H20 because it is made up of 2 parts hydrogen and 1 part oxygen. Although hydrogen gas is highly flammable, it burns at a much lower temperature than other fuels do. Since it burns at such a low temperature it adds to better fuel efficiency.
Using this drive on water device you will be able to separate the hydrogen from the water compound using a system of electrolysis. This separation will result in a gas known as HHO and it will combust when it is brought to it's auto ignition temperature.
Building this run on water device to begin running your car on HHO gas is very straight forward. All the materials and components you need can easily be found for less than $50. Once you have installed it the device will use a small amount of electricity from your car battery to separate water into HHO gas. This HHO gas is %100 environmentally friendly and it burns cleanly and efficiently.
Some people prefer to buy an assembled run on water device but the companies that sell them charge up to $5,000 for each. Although these devices are well worth the money they can take more than a year to pay for themselves. This is why most people want to build one themselves instead of paying thousands for one that is already assembled.
To build a run on water device you will need a professional conversion guide to help you. A conversion guide will provide you with everything you need to get this project done such as a materials list, step by step instructions, and a diagram to display how everything should look. Some experts predict that by 2040 most people will be driving water running cars.