heat and consumption

by Dave Wickes
(Nebraska)

In my research I see systems needing to mount their reservoirs behind the grill for major cooling purposes while yours appears to be in a sealed box mounted to the frame behind and under the cab? Don't you at all run into overheating problems? Secondly the rate of fuel consumption is directly affected by the amount of rpm meaning it's variable. Does your unit automatically regulate the amount of hydrogen produced when only a min or the max is demanded? I'm inferring that long hauling is a much different application than short route trucking. With today technology a single fixed amount seams inefficient.

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by: Tracey

Does your unit automatically regulate the amount of hydrogen produced when only a min or the max is demanded?

Yes, it most diffidently does and with of our design our systems do not get hot, we have hundreds on the road and have been in business since Feb 2008.

Feel free to give us a call or email.
541-808-2503
hho@hydrogen-generators-usa.com

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