HHO Formula

What is the formula for HHO gas consumption in vehicles?

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What is the formula for HHO gas consumption in vehicles?

Distilled H2O + NaOH 98% pure - about 1 teaspoon NaOH for 1 liter of distilled water per each 1 LPM
Distilled H2O + KOH 98% pure - about 1 teaspoon NaOH for 1 liter of distilled water per each 1 LPM

The concentration of alkaline chemical (e.g. caustic soda) determines how many LPM (liters per minute) you wish to produce. (e.g. in many generators, 1 LPM requires between 10 and 15 AMPS draw for each per liter per minute, but that is a very simple rule-of-thumb.

A good guide is 1 LPM for each 1.8 - 2.0 liters of engine displacement. Sometimes a little more can help - 1.3 to 1.5 LPM, but not more! It is not needed - you are ONLY CREATING a CATALYST TO BURN YOU FUEL MORE EFFICIENTLY - that's all!

if your car has an on-board computer for fuel distribution, then you would need an EFIE to further enhance the effects that HHO electrolysis of water can provide. Diesel much the same, but with MAP/MAF.

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