HHO Application For Semi-Trucks

by Rodolfo
(Sao Paulo city, Sao Paulo state, Brazil)

What is the difference between HHO and the "ortho" HHO? Could you explain to me in another way, please? I missed your original explanation.

You report that the proper ratio of gas to an Otto cycle engine is 0.5 LPM for each of a 1,000 cc of displacement. Which is the proper proportion for diesel engines? For semi-truck and large truck(Class 8).
The D66 Kit produces 4 LPM to 52amps of alternator. This is a very high amperage. Is it possible to compromise the fuel economy because the kit requires much effort from the alternator?

I noticed other generator brands that produce the same amount of HHO gas but with a lower amperage. It is occurring because the type of stainless steel that is been used? I think that the stainless steel 316 is more resistant to corrosion than the 304, so it should require a greater amperage demand for the same gas production. Am I correct?

How can I control the production volume gas from a D66 kit? Would it be possible to control the gas volume produced through the control of amperage that is supplied by the generator?
How does the module of the diesel engine behave when is using the D66 kit? How does it know that it can inject less diesel?

Could you send me any pictures of installation and application of the D66 and D68 Kit in semi-trucks and large trucks? I'm very interested to apply the D66(or D68?) kit in 50 Volvo trucks FH440 model powered by Volvo 12 liters.

Thank you very much for your attention.
Best Regards.


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Hi Rodolfo,

Ortho is HHO gas, the difference is in the grade, like regular unleaded and supreme. The molecules in ortho hydrogen stick closer together creating more combustion in same volume of HHO gas because there is more HHO gas in a measured capacity.

When calculating liters per minute to liter size engine, we are calculating for a higher percentage of ortho gas. With that said, the calculation is 1/4 to 1/3 liter of 75% ortho HHO gas to liter size engine.

So a 12 liter engine will require 3 liters per minute. We under rate the production of our hydrogen generators so that our customers will be happy with there results.

Our HHO generators have been reported and documented @ 1 liter per minute at 10 amps, which is as good as it gets unless you want to go with 101 plates at very high volts.

If you are finding better advertised results I would proceed with extreme caution. We control the production HHO gas of our generators via the control box. There is this presumption that more hydrogen gas requirements of an engine at higher RMPS require more hho gas. But, the thing to keep in mind is we are supplementing the fuel consumption not replacing it.

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