Dec. 16, 2006 – The Water/Fuel Converters Project is an electrolysis initiative designed to clarify how hydrogen based fuels can be used to enhance carbon based fuels. The purpose is to educate the general public about the simplicity of on-demand electrolysis technology and the ease of integration into already existing infrastructure. A main aspect of the project is to provide free information whereas other websites attempt to capitalize on the situation. By presenting free information the general public now has the best possibility to become informed about how the near future of the energy industry will evolve.
The Water/Fuel Converters Project clearly establishes the commonalities and distinctions between Brown’s Gas, Rhodes Gas, Oxy-Hydrogen, HHO, and the production methods thereof. No longer will these simple hydrogen and oxygen mixtures remain vague and un-specified.
Recently there have been companies coming forward with their electrolysis technologies, but have lacked substantial clarification of the fundamental functionality. Information does exist, and may not be available by the manufacturing company itself, but what the Water/Fuel Converters Project does well is provide the necessary information to understand these various technologies. There are no hidden features to electrolysis, and there is no such thing as “special electrolysis”. As the Water/Fuel Converters Project will clarify, all electrolytic reactions conform to the 1’st and 2’nd laws of electrolysis.
In addition, the Water/Fuel Converters Project does clarify other technologies that are typically and incorrectly labeled an electrolysis technology. On the website there is clear information about the difference between electrolysis and other “fringe” hydrogen production technologies. The distinction is clear, and the Water/Fuel Converters Project is proactively dispelling myths and is aggressively providing the necessary information for the general public to begin factual comprehension of on-demand, electrolysis based fuel enhancement technology.
Since the Water/Fuel Converters Project is primarily an information source, please visit the website to see what all the hype is about.
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