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Max World News Reports on Hydrogen Boost

 

        A longer edited version of their satellite linked report can be seen by clicking here.

 

Diesel Generator Tests with Hydrogen Boost

I bought a diesel generator specifically for testing Hydrogen Boost hydrogen generator alone.  I have pretty much proved on gasoline powered cars that the addition of a hydrogen generator alone will not give a considerable increase in mileage.  That is why we have developed a complete system that does indeed increase mileage by a typical amount of 15-25%.

 

          The diesel generator I chose for tests is a single cylinder, water cooled, mechanical injection pump equipped engine with a belt drive to a 4000 watt generator.  The engine has a compression release lever that must be released to start the engine.  It has an electric start but it will start just fine with a hand crank if the weather is above 50 degrees.  You have to spin the engine as fast as you can before disengaging the compression release. 

 

          To set up for the testing I disconnected the fuel line from the tank and attached a 5/16” clear plastic hose that was filled with fuel and hug on a pole and marked at 10” intervals.  To insure a constant load on the engine I plugged in 1500 watt electric heaters into the generator and insured that the engine ran at a constant voltage.  To make this easier I ran the engine at full throttle under load so that the voltmeter on the generator head was reading 260 volts.  This generator has 240 volt and 120 volt recepticles.  I had the heaters plugged into the 120 volt receptacles, one of which I ran an extension cord to my electrical tester which read 130 volts.  For a source of hydrogen (Browns gas) I parked my car next to the generator and ran a hose from the Hydrogen Boost generator, operating at 25 amps, up into the air filter housing and down into the intake throat.  To add or disconnect the hydrogen source I connected and disconnected the hose from the Hydrogen Boost generator.

 

          Two tests were done repeatedly.  The first was to time the run time it took to watch the fuel level go down 10” with no hydrogen added, then 10” with hydrogen added, then 10” again with no hydrogen added.  The result repeatedly was 45 second, 52 seconds and 45 seconds respectively.  This calculated to a 7 second extended run time with the hydrogen added or 15.5% increased run time.

 

          Since the fuel lever in the clear hose was bouncing a bit during full throttle it was a little hard to read exactly so I designed a second test to run the engine for one minute from a dead start and then shut the engine down to a dead stop, then measured the difference in fuel levels in the clear tube.  Without added hydrogen the fuel level drop was 20” and with hydrogen added the fuel level drop was 18” for a calculated 11% increase in run time with hydrogen added.

 

          This appears to show that hydrogen added to the running diesel engine increases the run time, which is what everyone should expect.  But did the hydrogen (Browns gas) increase the efficiency of the combustion?  If the source of the electricity to produce the hydrogen was from the generator itself, and we got this increase in run time, we could certainly say so.  But in this case the 350 watts of power to run the hydrogen generator came from my car, not the generator.  When we calculate the energy produced by the hydrogen supplied by my car, you would have questions about the apparent increase in efficiency. 

 

          I have not had enough experience with Diesel engines to say for certain one way or the other.  I do know that with gasoline I can confidently say that the addition of a hydrogen generator alone will not increase efficiency, which is why I have been saying for five years that you need the complete system to expect results.  For diesel engines the use of a hydrogen generator alone is still a question for further testing to prove one way or the other.  But what I can say about our Complete Diesel Hydrogen Boost systems is that our customers have reported greater than expected results, and that we guarantee satisfaction like we do with the gasoline systems.  So once again I say, “Use the complete system and we will guarantee satisfaction or your money back for the hydrogen generator, and the fuel heater.”  The wiring kit and engine, transmission, and differential treatments are not refundable unless unused and returned in their original packaging.

 

 

 

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