Fuel savings : The research

The evidence of fuel savings and CO2, NOx and Hydrocarbons (HC) emissions reduction with hydrogen & oxygen gas technology is proven by the following studies.

Both Univ of NW Ohio and Cukurova agree that control of Hydrogen & Oxygen output is crucial to the development of this technology.

HOXYtronic has conducted over 100 dynamometer tests at an independent 3rd party , achieving 7-10% fuel savings and CO2 emissions reduction per mile.

Patent pending on closed loop control of energy efficient electronic current mode power conversion which allows Hoxy gas output control according to engine conditions.

 

Research studies summarised: (none of these tests are with controlled Hydrogen output)

  1. University of Northwest Ohio: Product for fuel cost reduction on Class 8 vehicles http://www.almeotech.com/docs/part1_b.pdf Fuel consumption: improvement: avg 17%.

  2. Purdue University: Results of dynamometer testing over a wide range of Horse power and rev ranges. Results: Diesel; Average 15% lower fuel consumption, over a wide range of rpm and load. Veg oil; 37.6% avg gain in torque (over full rev range) per unit of fuel combusted.

  3. Fox Valley Technical College: Energy Yield Values and other rationales for improving performance of HHO technology. http://hydrogengarage.com/pdf/HHO%20dyno%20testing%20and%20math.pdf

    Energy gain (Torque/HP gain/specific Fuel consumption) average 18% on a Caterpillar turbo diesel dynamometer tests on wide range of loads and revs.

  4. University of Cukurova, Adana, Turkey : Effect of hydroxy (HHO) gas addition on performance and exhaust emissions in compression ignition engines http://library.cu.edu.tr/tezler/7998.pdf

    Results: increased engine torque output average of 19.1%, Fuel consumption improved avg 14%, Emissions; CO avg 13.5% reduction, Hydrocarbons avg 5% reduction.

  5. Hertfordshire University: dynamometer test results, Astra 1.7 litre diesel, common rail with Exhaust Gas Recirculation. Fuel consumption and emissions testing. 20% improved fuel consumption, Emissions : NOx = 82% reduction HC = 83% reduction.

  6. Conte, E. and Boulouchos, K., "Influence of Hydrogen-Rich-Gas Addition on Combustion, Pollutant Formation and Efficiency of an IC-SI Engine," β€œIn all conditions a significant decrease of UHC (unburnt hydrocarbons) and NOx emissions has been observed;”

  7. NASA : May 1977 EMISSIONS AND TOTAL ENERGY CONSUMPTION OF A MULTICYLINDER PISTON ENGINE RUNNING ON GASOLINE AND A HYDROGEN-GASOLINE MIXTURE. http://empirehydrogen.com/docs/NASA_TN_D-8487.pdf

Accredited Organisations:

International Clean Energy Consortium, Geneva. Road tested HHO system – resulting in 67% fuel savings, reduction in emissions of carbon monoxide by 90% and hydrocarbons by 50% .

 

Tech note:

Averages of fuel consumption don't tell the whole story. What is critical is the fuel saving/power gain in the typical working/driving rpm and load ranges.

Examples; Univ NW Ohio tests; at 400 HP load (500 max) achieved 28.7% savings @ 1800 RPM.

Purdue Univ: 75% load, achieved savings of 30% @ 1900 RPM and 25.4% @ 2100 RPM.

Conditions similar to heavy loaded long haul Trucks at 60mph on the motorway.

 

    

How it works

Hoxy Tronic technology is a small unit which produces electronically controlled ortho-hydrogen & oxygen gas- easily retro fitted , the 'Hoxy' gas is injected into the vehicles air inlet system, which enhances the combustion dynamics, producing more horsepower per unit of fuel. This translates into fuel savings and less CO2 emissions per mile travelled