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Hydrogen Boost Demonstration Procedures Video

 

          On May 25,2006 I had a short break from the business so I spent a few hours taping segments of the following video and putting it all together on Windows Movie Maker.  This video demonstrates the proper procedure for showing off how well the Hydrogen Boost system works.  Basically the procedure involves returning the vehicle to as close to stock condition as possible and doing a baseline mileage test using the Scanguage as a calculator.  Then the Hydrogen Boost system is turned back on and properly adjusted and a second mileage test is performed and the mileage is compared to the baseline mileage acquired with the same driving conditions on each test. 

          On the day of our video taping the increase in mileage was slightly more than we are used to seeing.  Typically we see 15-20% increase in mileage and we have previously seen 25% increase without implementing driving tips.  Of course using the driving tips make it quite easy to get 50% mileage increase or more, depending on how many of the driving tips you use.

          Click on the following links to see the training video:

 

Higher Quality video 39 MB

 

Lower quality video  4 MB

 

          The day after I produced the video I was asked to do some follow-up tests to determine how much of the mileage gains were due to the increased tire pressure and how much was due to the equipment of the Hydrogen Boost system.  Specifically I was asked to test the mileage with the Hydrogen Boost system shut off and the tires at 50 psi, and also with the Hydrogen Boost system turned on and the tire pressure at 30 psi.  Since the weather was different on the day of these follow-up tests I also did an abbreviated new baseline mileage test and mileage test with Hydrogen Boost and 50 psi tire pressure.  Because the weather was warmer, drier and with a higher atmospheric pressure, both of these mpgs were higher and the increase due to the complete Hydrogen Boost system was slightly lower.  Here is a summary of the results:

 

Car alone at 30 psi tire pressure   50.1 mpg     Baseline

Car alone at 50 psi tire pressure   54.6 mpg     9% increase       Baseline

With Hydrogen Boost and 30 psi  58.2 mpg      16.2% increase                Baseline

With Hydrogen Boost and 50 psi  63.1 mpg      26% increase     15.6%     8.4%

 

Note that the whole range of mileages including baseline and complete system post-test were better mileages than previously tested.  This is because of warmer, drier, higher pressure weather.  The complete Hydrogen Boost system including increased tire pressure still gave us a 26% increase.  From what I can see here the tire pressure alone caused either a 4.5 mpg (9%) increase without Hydrogen Boost or 4.9 mpg (8.4%) increase with Hydrogen Boost.  The Hydrogen Boost system equipment caused 8.1 mpg (16.2%) increase at 30 psi and 8.5 mpg (15.6%) increase at 50 psi.

 

It should be noted that whenever you are doing a mileage comparison test, you should always get a fresh baseline mileage figure to compare with, because changes in weather do indeed affect your mileage.  Don’t be suckered in to the Myth that humid air or water injection increases your mileage.  The only way rainy weather increases your mileage is by making you slow down for safety reasons.  Slower cruising speed causes better mileage.

 

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