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SO! What is HHO?

HHO gas is the product of electrolysis on H2O or pure water. Two individual hydrogen atoms and one oxygen atom. The actual chemical composition is H2 H2 O2. As each water molecule consists of two hydrogen and one oxygen atom two water molecules are required to complete the formula. The O1 from the first atom is an unstable free radical which reacts with the second oxygen atom from molecule two to form dioxygen, O2. The most common name of HHO gas is oxyhydrogen.

Electrolysis: 2 H2O → 2 H2 + O2

Oxyhydrogen Flame

  Hydrogen Gasoline
combustive 6 times greater 6 times weeker
weight much lighter, rises to ceeling quickly stays around source and expands slowly
tempurature close up Can almost touch flame within a cm or two with no radiant heat. Very warm at a considerable distance, burns when close.
flamible distance one inch or less but very hard to reach levels of ignition once released into the air several feet from source.
known dilution principles when HHO is released into the air it mixes with Nitrogen and becomes harmless breathable air. only with special chemicals or absorbent products
Efficiency burns at 100% 35-45%

Why use gasoline and HHO together? If it's so good why don't we use 100% HHO? Why haven't I heard more about this?

The purpose of using oxyhydrogen gas in conjunction with gasoline is to increase the automotives overall efficiency with the current automotive engine design available to the consumer today. Many I have talked to believe the goal is to produce as much HHO as they are capable of designing a system to produce so the car uses as little gasoline as possible. This is false and it can be very dangerous especially if you are trying to store the gas to use later. Stored HHO is being used in GM's new Hum V and Japan has announced a stored HHO car with 150 fill stations in Japan expected in 2015. These storage methods are very advanced to protect the passangers. High pressure storage in containers available to the public is not recomend. The only systems this website will comment on in a positive way are what is referred to as "on-demand HHO systems". Meaning the gas is used instantly as it is being created. Stored oxyhydrogen gas will result in a hydrogen bomb if not carefully protected and cared for. Not like what the US Military used on Japan. The military uses a different technology called hydrogen fusion (combining atoms) and fission (splitting atoms). HHO automotive systems simply use electrolysis to separate the hydrogen from the oxygen which changes to gas and then the emition is condensation after passing through the engin, there is no splitting or combining. The cycle is water to gas, gas to fire, steam to condensation and then back to water form making HHO 100% efficiant. The big boom comes from taking this technology deeper on an atomic level which you would need materials that are not easily found and will not be mentioned on this site. Regarding the amount of HHO needed, if the maker of an automotive HHO system concentrates on producing as much brown gas as possible you will be forgetting the secondary factor in your cars ability to run long term aside from the fuel. The more brown gas means the more power to create that gas which means energy from the battery for electrolysis and in return a much shorter battery life if your gas creation exceeds your batters recycle ability. If your battery runs out of stored electricity your car will turn off and you will be left on the side of the road. You might get amazing gas mileage but your towing bill would make up for what your gas bill lacks. Currently the market standard for an automotive running on gasoline alone is 35-40% efficient. The combustion rate of oxyhydrogen gas is 6 times greater than gasoline and it is 100% efficient meaning all of the gas is burned with nothing left over to discard. The goal is to use the better to make the lesser more affordable while creating a balance for the amount of energy your alternator can put back into the battery. This is what we are dealing with until our dealerships are filled with cars that will make our air cleaner and our world a better place. It shouldn't be to many more years atleast not for the world. The US ... who knows?

There is currently a car on the market that has changed the worlds view on brown gas and it's not a Hummer. This prototype is the primary reason so many more are aware of HHO today. The Japanese already have a oxyhydrogen car that runs on 100% water or anything that is primarily water based such as rain or even a glass of tea (Click here to check it out - 100% oxyhydrogen car). After the water is used in this cars system there is sediment left to clean up if the water is not pure making the ideal fuel for this HHO system distilled water mixed with an electrolyte solution but it will run from water alone. This companies current goal is to patent and sell the design to a manufacturer for mass production.

For the US the military Hydrogen Hum V's from GM are the first step in the American people having the ability to say, "hey wait!!! where is ours???". That's right, oh wait the best part, the first Hydrogen Hummer released to the a non military person went to Arnold Schwarzenegger. After he gave the bratwurst of approval the military placed a large order . wait for it wait for it ok now WHERE IS OURS??? If Arnold can drive a custom build hydrogen car from GM why can't we buy a factory built hydrogen cell from AutoZone when we can make one with parts from a local hardware store. GM says "this technology has not yet been fully perfected, we are giving this car to Arnold to test for us " right because the 20,000 average Americans AKA beta testers posting videos of success on Youtube with DIY designs just isn't enough to put something on the shelf for the WORLD to benefit from. Arnold currently owns a wide range of Hummer models but is no longer allowed to drive them in CA because of the emissions laws and the excessive pollution diesel hummers emit. I guess GM felt bad Arnold can't take up 2 parking spaces in the state he governs anymore? If you have a better answer email me.

So why do you hear so much about combining HHO and Gasoline instead of 100% like the Japanese or Arnolds Hum V? The simple answer is the engine design that is currently in our cars on the US car lots and in our driveways today. Our engines are made for the combustion rate of gasoline from fossil fuel. With HHO being 6 times more combustible the engine would need to be redesigned to compensate for the increased combustion rate. With the US economy as well as most of the world being kept alive by fossil fuel consumption it is my opinion we will not see General Motors make an attempt to put a new engine design on the market using HHO anytime soon. A better world with cleaner air does not constitute an economic crash for the country and a much lower paycheck for the GM reps themselves. In fact if you do a search of GM's website for HHO you get an error message saying, "the search terms you entered have rendered zero results". What frightens me is that in the short time I have been aware of the capabilities and potential of HHO in cars, I have seen very informative websites and videos online disappear when I revisit with a message saying "account terminated". My big question to you as a reader is, at what point does ones involvement by pushing for the progression of HHO automotive systems become a dangerous industry to take part, at what point is it worth the risks and who will know if this website is taken down and I don't show up for pool night on Thursdays? The more I learn about HHO the more I believe it is everything it is said to be and the more afraid I becoming for knowing it works as well as it does. However, I am not going to be the one to put the system in your car if you hire us. I just make the site and do the photos and video for Brandon. He has a degree in automotive engineering with the experience and training to install a top of the line HHO system to help you save on your gas bill while making the world better one engine at a time. If there's one company in the US you can't talk bad about and you cant deny their website's ability to inform on what is discovered it is NASA. The following link is a direct page link on the's website. This link has been firm for several months since I first read the PDF file. You do need adobe acrobat or a general PDF reader to access this document.

If you have questions regarding the effective ability of HHO gas
simply click the following link and read for yourself.

HHO gas is used as the short or slang term for oxyhydrogen/brown gas among the online community. Many online videos use the term HHO when demonstrating their electrolysis devices for improving car performance as we have done. The design currently on the videos section of our website is not the design we would use in a car. It will work but it produces to much HHO and uses to much electricity. We built this system to demonstrate the general principles, materials and design skills needed to create oxyhydrogen gas. is not sponsored or affiliated with Epoch Corp, the company who produced the video above. We have placed this video on our page to educate our site viewers about HHO gas and the positive effects it has on our cars and our way of life. HHO is a beautiful gift we have been given to do good things that will benefit the world over. Tell others about what you have learned, about cleaner air, longer lasting, more fuel efficient better running automobiles. While this gas is wonderful there is also something very dangerous about this resource becoming more well known and more widely used. Remember oil profits are what keep our economy stable. If everyone were to all at once start putting HHO in their cars the need for oil based fuels would drop causing our economy to crash hard. We need to help our government work towards making HHO a part of our economic growth while implementing it slowly. The issue at hand is that we need a start point and an expected goal completion date. At this time we do not have either that I am aware of.


The following timeline is believed to be factual information taken directly from

* 1625 - First description of hydrogen by Johann Baptista van Helmont. First to use the word "gas".
* 1650 - Turquet de Mayerne obtained by the action of dilute sulphuric acid on iron a gas or "inflammable air".
* 1662 - Boyle's law (gas law relating pressure and volume)
* 1670 - Robert Boyle produced hydrogen by reacting metals with acid.
* 1672 - "New Experiments touching the Relation between Flame and Air" by Robert Boyle.
* 1679 - Denis Papin - safety valve


* 1700 - Nicolas Lemery showed that the gas produced in the sulfuric acid/iron reaction was explosive in air
* 1755 - Joseph Black confirmed that different gases exist. / Latent heat
* 1766 - Henry Cavendish published in "On Factitious Airs" a description of "dephlogisticated air" by reacting zinc metal with hydrochloric acid and isolated a gas 7 to 11 times lighter than air.
* 1774 - Joseph Priestley isolated and categorized oxygen.
* 1780 - Felice Fontana discovers the water gas shift reaction
* 1783 - Antoine Lavoisier gave hydrogen its name (Gk: hydro = water, genes = born of)
* 1783 - Jacques Charles made the first flight with his hydrogen balloon "La Charlière".
* 1783 - Antoine Lavoisier and Pierre Laplace measured the heat of combustion of hydrogen using an ice calorimeter.
* 1784 - Jean-Pierre Blanchard, attempted a dirigible hydrogen balloon, but it would not steer.
* 1784 - The invention of the Lavoisier Meusnier iron-steam process[1], generating hydrogen by passing water vapor over a bed of red-hot iron at 600 °Cdoi:10.1080/00033798300200381.
* 1785 - Jean-François Pilâtre de Rozier built the hybrid Rozière balloon.
* 1787 - Charles's law (Gas law, relating volume and temperature)
* 1789 - Jan Rudolph Deiman and Adriaan Paets van Troostwijk using an electrostatic machine and a Leyden jar for the first electrolysis of water.


* 1800 - William Nicholson and Anthony Carlisle decomposed water into hydrogen and oxygen by electrolysis with a voltaic pile.
* 1800 - Johann Wilhelm Ritter duplicated the experiment with a rearranged set of electrodes to collect the two gases separately.
* 1806 - François Isaac de Rivaz built the first internal combustion engine powered by a mixture of hydrogen and oxygen.
* 1809 - Thomas Foster observed with a theodolite the drift of small free pilot balloons filled with "inflammable gas"[2][3]
* 1809 - Gay-Lussac's law (Gas law, relating temperature and pressure)
* 1811 - Amedeo Avogadro - Avogadro's law a gas law
* 1819 - Edward Daniel Clarke invented the hydrogen gas blowpipe.
* 1820 - W. Cecil wrote a letter "On the application of hydrogen gas to produce a moving power in machinery"[4][5]
* 1823 - Goldsworthy Gurney demonstrated Limelight.
* 1823 - Döbereiner's Lamp a lighter invented by Johann Wolfgang Döbereiner.
* 1823 - Goldsworthy Gurney devised an oxy-hydrogen blowpipe.
* 1824 - Michael Faraday invented the rubber balloon.
* 1826 - Thomas Drummond built the Drummond Light.
* 1826 - Samuel Brown tested his internal combustion engine by using it to propel a vehicle up Shooter's Hill
* 1834 - Michael Faraday published Faraday's laws of electrolysis.
* 1834 - Benoît Paul Émile Clapeyron - Ideal gas law
* 1836 - John Frederic Daniell invented a primary cell in which hydrogen was eliminated in the generation of the electricity.
* 1839 - Christian Friedrich Schönbein published the principle of the fuel cell in the "Philosophical Magazine".
* 1839 - William Robert Grove developed the Grove cell.
* 1842 - William Robert Grove developed the first fuel cell (which he called the gas voltaic battery)
* 1849 - Eugene Bourdon - Bourdon gauge (manometer)
* 1863 - Etienne Lenoir made a test drive from Paris to Joinville-le-Pont with the 1-cylinder, 2-stroke Hippomobile.
* 1866 - August Wilhelm von Hofmann invents the Hofmann voltameter for the electrolysis of water.
* 1873 - Thaddeus S. C. Lowe - Water gas, the process used the water gas shift reaction.
* 1874 - Jules Verne - The Mysterious Island, "water will one day be employed as fuel, that hydrogen and oxygen of which it is constituted will be used"[6]
* 1884 - Charles Renard and Arthur Constantin Krebs launch the airship La France.
* 1885 - Zygmunt Florenty Wróblewski published hydrogen's critical temperature as 33 K; critical pressure, 13.3 atmospheres; and boiling point, 23 K.
* 1889 - Ludwig Mond and Carl Langer coined the name fuel cell and tried to build one running on air and Mond gas.
* 1893 - Friedrich Wilhelm Ostwald experimentally determined the interconnected roles of the various components of the fuel cell.
* 1895 - Hydrolysis
* 1896 - Jackson D.D. and Ellms J.W., hydrogen production by microalgae (Anabaena)
* 1896 - Leon Teisserenc de Bort carries out experiments with high flying instrumental weather balloons[7].
* 1897 - Paul Sabatier facilitated the use of hydrogenation with the discovery of the Sabatier reaction.
* 1898 - James Dewar liquefied hydrogen by using regenerative cooling and his invention, the vacuum flask at the Royal Institute of London.
* 1899 - James Dewar collected solid hydrogen for the first time.


* 1900 - Count Ferdinand von Zeppelin launched the first hydrogen-filled Zeppelin LZ1 airship.
* 1901 - Wilhelm Normann introduced the hydrogenation of fats.
* 1903 - Konstantin Eduardovich Tsiolkovskii published "The Exploration of Cosmic Space by Means of Reaction Devices"[8]
* 1907 - Lane hydrogen producer
* 1909 - Count Ferdinand Adolf August von Zeppelin made the first long distance flight with the Zeppelin LZ5.
* 1909 - Linde-Frank-Caro process
* 1910 - The first Zeppelin passenger flight with the Zeppelin LZ7.
* 1910 - Fritz Haber patented the Haber process.
* 1912 - The first scheduled international Zeppelin passenger flights with the Zeppelin LZ13.
* 1919 - The first Atlantic crossing by airship with the Beardmore HMA R34.
* 1920 - Hydrocracking, a plant for the commercial hydrogenation of brown coal is commissioned at Leuna in Germany[9].
* 1923 - Steam reforming, the first synthetic methanol is produced by BASF in Leuna
* 1923 - J. B. S. Haldane envisioned in Daedalus; or, Science and the Future "great power stations where during windy weather the surplus power will be used for the electrolytic decomposition of water into oxygen and hydrogen."
* 1926 - Partial oxidation, Vandeveer and Parr at the University of Illinois used oxygen in the place of air for the production of syngas.
* 1926 - Cyril Norman Hinshelwood described the phenomenon of chain reaction.
* 1926 - Umberto Nobile made the first flight over the north pole with the hydrogen airship Norge
* 1929 - Paul Harteck and Karl Friedrich Bonhoeffer achieve the first synthesis of pure parahydrogen.
* 1930 - Rudolf Erren - Erren engine - GB patent GB364180 - Improvements in and relating to internal combustion engines using a mixture of hydrogen and oxygen as fuel[10]
* 1935 - Eugene Wigner and H.B. Huntington predicted metallic hydrogen.
* 1937 - The Zeppelin LZ 129 Hindenburg was destroyed by fire.
* 1937 - The Heinkel HeS 1 experimental gaseous hydrogen fueled centrifugal jet engine is tested at Hirth in March- the first working jet engine
* 1937 - The first hydrogen-cooled turbogenerator went into service at Dayton, Ohio.
* 1938 - The first 240 km hydrogen pipeline Rhine-Ruhr [11].
* 1938 - Igor Sikorsky from Sikorsky Aircraft proposed liquid hydrogen as a fuel.
* 1939 - Rudolf Erren - Erren engine - US patent 2,183,674 - Internal combustion engine using hydrogen as fuel
* 1939 - Hans Gaffron discovered that algae can switch between producing oxygen and hydrogen.
* 1941 - The first mass application of hydrogen in internal combustion engines: Russian lieutenant Boris Shelishch in the besieged Leningrad has converted some hundreds cars "GAZ-AA" which served posts of barrage balloons of air defense.
* 1943 - Liquid hydrogen is tested as rocket fuel at Ohio State University.
* 1943 - Arne Zetterström describes hydrox
* 1949 - Hydrodesulfurization (Catalytic reforming is commercialized under the name Platforming process)
* 1952 - Hydrogen maser
* 1952 - Non-Refrigerated transport Dewar
* 1955 - W. Thomas Grubb modified the fuel cell design by using a sulphonated polystyrene ion-exchange membrane as the electrolyte.
* 1957 - Pratt & Whitney's model 304 jet engine using liquid hydrogen as fuel tested for the first time as part of the Lockheed CL-400 Suntan project.[12]
* 1957 - The specifications for the U-2 a double axis liquid hydrogen semi-trailer were issued[13].
* 1958 - Leonard Niedrach devised a way of depositing platinum onto the membrane, this became known as the Grubb-Niedrach fuel cell
* 1958 - Allis-Chalmers demonstrated the D 12, the first 15 kW fuel cell tractor[14].
* 1959 - Francis Thomas Bacon built the Bacon Cell, the first practical 5 kW hydrogen-air fuel cell to power a welding machine.
* 1960 - Allis-Chalmers builds the first fuel cell forklift[15]
* 1961 - RL-10 liquid hydrogen fuelled rocket engine first flight
* 1964 - Allis-Chalmers built a 750-watt fuel cell to power a one-man underwater research vessel[16].
* 1965 - The first commercial use of a fuel cell in Project Gemini.
* 1965 - Allis-Chalmers builds the first fuel cell golf carts.
* 1966 - Slush hydrogen
* 1966 - J-2 (rocket engine) liquid hydrogen rocket engine flies
* 1967 - Akira Fujishima discovers the Honda-Fujishima effect which is used for photocatalysis in the photoelectrochemical cell.
* 1967 - Hydride compressor
* 1970 - Nickel hydrogen battery [17]
* 1970 - John Bockris or Lawrence W. Jones coined the term hydrogen economy [18][19]
* 1973 - The 30 km hydrogen pipeline in Isbergues
* 1973 - Linear compressor
* 1975 - John Bockris - Energy The Solar-Hydrogen Alternative - ISBN 0470084294
* 1979 - HM7B rocket engine
* 1981 - Space Shuttle main engine first flight
* 1990 - The first solar-powered hydrogen production plant Solar-Wasserstoff-Bayern became operational.
* 1996 - Vulcain rocket engine
* 1997 - Anastasios Melis discovered that the deprivation of sulfur will cause algae to switch from producing oxygen to producing hydrogen
* 1998 - Type 212 submarine
* 1999 - Hydrogen pinch


* 2000 - Peter Toennies demonstrates superfluidity of hydrogen at 0.15 K
* 2001 - The first type IV hydrogen tanks for compressed hydrogen at 700 Bar (10000 PSI) were demonstrated.
* 2002 - Type 214 submarine
* 2004 - DeepC
* 2005 - Ionic liquid piston compressor

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