Internet is a reliable source of information. Also a source of fraudulent information. So when websites for cars running on water started to be available in internet, the internet community was intrigued. With all the junk the internet has been feeding the public, one cannot blame why the public has been judgemental of this system. Could this be for real? Is this just a scam? But more and more people are starting to testify on how effective this system is in terms of improving their gas mileage and saving money.
When checking the websites for the main water for gas main players, you will notice that they immediately inform the public that they do not come in already installed systems nor will they install it for you. These websites also immediately disclaim that putting water into gas tanks is not how to do it. What they provide is a simple do it yourself system that comes with guides on how to assemble the system.
Some main players would say that this technology was already known for almost 90 years but was “lost” in the midst of old patents. In Richland, Washington; a blind machinist named Bernie Vinther has invented almost the same technology. He said that the water injector was invented in the 1930′s. Vinther said that by using the water injector, there has been 50% increase in mileage and a 25% jump in horsepower. It produces cleaner emissions in both Vinther’s family old motor home and pick-up.
Meanwhile in Chandler, Arizona, Arizona Hybrid Technologies claims that their product the Mileage Monster, can use water to increase fas mileage up to 45 percent. This is called the hydrogen generator. The hydrogen generator is a $400 equipment can be installed in any type of vehicle. Dan Radacosky, chief operating officer of Arizona Hybrid Technologies said that installing a generator is a cost-efficient way to become fuel-efficient. This is pretty much the same as the electrolyzer present in different water to gas conversion kits. However, several Arizona State University professors where sceptical of this technology since they’re wondering why this recent innovation was not published in any science journal.
In Greenville, South Carolina, WYFF News 4′s Tim Waller investigated on the water for gas system and tried to prove if it really improves gas mileage. Waller and Greenville Tech’s Center for Automotive Technology and agreed to install the water for gas conversion kit in a 1990 Buick Century. Based on their study, during the first month that it was installed great changes on car and how it was running was immediately detected. They continued the study for another two- three weeks. And their study discovered that there are no considerable changes in the mileage. They agreed thought that that it is a good concept.
Despite the number of sceptics, there are some who still claims that installing hydrogen generators or water to gas conversion kits are making wonders for their cars and their purses. Each website for the water to gas conversion kits has testimonials on how their products are affecting their lives. But there are individuals who are not posting any comments on these websites but are very well contented. They think that their money is well spent, given the increase of prices of gasoline.
Bottom line is there may be good or bad reviews about these water to gas companies, but any discount or increase in mileage will be a big savings in the end of the year. And any savings are good news especially in a very hard-up situation like today.