Waste water disposal.

by Ernest Dufton
(Brentwood TN. USA)

I am very interested in a unit for a diesel engine in a boat. I would like to know where the waste water goes after the process of gas creation has occurred.


#2 If the diesel is old enough not to have a computer chip, turbo or not, is any modification needed other than just the HHO gas line hook up as close to the intake manifold (before turbo)as one can get needed?
#3 With proper maintenance, any idea how long a generator might last before a plate replacement may be needed?

Thank you for a great chance to afford a boat. I look forward to your response.

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waste water…
by: granmar

I am very interested in a unit for a diesel engine in a boat. I would like to know where the waste water goes after the process of gas creation has occurred.

#2 If the diesel is old enough not to have a computer chip, turbo or not, is any modification needed other than just the HHO gas line hook up as close to the intake manifold (before turbo)as one can get needed?
#3 With proper maintenance, any idea how long a generator might last before a plate replacement may be needed?

Thank you for a great chance to afford a boat. I look forward to your response.

1. The beauty here is that there is no "waste water" There is PURE Water that is produced or just H2O - not contaminated water or polluted water or chemical water… just plain and simple pure water! When HHO gas is produced, water is split 33.33333% oxygen and 66.66666% hydrogen. When burnt in each other's presence, they re-combine to H2O! That simple! The catalyst is not consumed!

2. The beauty of #2 is that all you need is an HHO Generator, a reservoir, a relay, a fuse, a bubbler, some tubing and an Ammeter (AMP meter). Absolutely NO modification of the motor is needed or done! As you stated - gas input BEFORE any turbo!

#3 We believe that as many as 10 years and possibly more. But how long is a piece of string? It depends upon how many hours and at what concentration and what quality of steel, etc, etc. You could use titanium plates - they last longer and are more powerful producers, but 4 times more expensive!

Enjoy your boat!

A Brown's gas generator in a boat
by: Anonymous

I am planning to install a unit after the first of the year in my commercial fishing vessel which has a Detroit ( Jimmy ) Diesel 671N. At $4.00-5.00 a gallon I figure to pay for the unit in one season.

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#1 1 drop of water creates 10,000 molecules of HHO gas. It is so minute that it will get burned in the combustion chamber, So, the conversion is practically the same.

#2 No modification would be needed.

#3 We have been in business for 4 years, and locally we have them on trucks where we had made the housings clear. They still look A++ These trucks are running 40-60 hours a week. I don't have a set answer for you, If I had to guess 10 years?

You will really notice the decrease in your emissions.

Hope this helps

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