Run Car on Water
RUN CAR ON WATER
This book presents complete plans and detailed descriptions sufficient to build a workable water‐hybrid system for your fuel‐injected or carbureted motor vehicle. The technology contained herein has not been patented and has been placed in the public domain.
This has been done in hopes of discouraging suppression of this knowledge but, even more importantly, to encourage the open flow of information relating to water‐hybrids. We encourage you to help your friends and family with their own conversions once you have grasped the principles and techniques yourself.
We also urge you to explore the FREE resources we have provided to you on our download page, as these may give you additional ideas, particularly if you seek a more custom solution or want to explore additional ways to accomplish your water‐hybrid goals.
If you decide to become involved with your own conversion project, or just want to offer advise, an opinion, or constructive criticism on how to improve these concepts, please feel free to contact, William S. Power, the architect of the original plans this book is based on.
What is the Water¬hybrid system?
These water hybrid plans essentially convert your vehicle to use water as a source of supplemental or even (theoretically) primary fuel. The engine derives fuel from hydrogen and oxygen, generated by the electrolysis of water. Although petroleum derived fuel and an external electrical generating system is not theoretically required, in most circumstances it is a practical necessity. The only byproduct resulting from the hydrogen and oxygen components of combustion within the engine is water vapor. Therefore, emissions are usually cleaner, emitting fewer polluting particles. In short, the Water‐hybrid system is a “cleaner” system; one that derives supplemental fuel from a free and inexhaustible resource; WATER! It has the unique advantage of being able to remove pollutants from the air during combustion, and even reduces the carbon residue within the engine (similar to the effect of higher octane fuels).
The Water‐hybrid system is proven and has been implemented in various forms and varieties by engineers, mechanics, and hobbyists around the world. It is the end result of many years of testing and experimentation with a multitude of hydrogen generating systems based on the principle of electrolysis of water.
Water electrolysis is simply the breaking down of water into its basic hydrogen and oxygen atoms by passing an electronic current through it. You don’t even have to add an electrolyte (such as acid) to the water to assure electrical conductivity, as is required with a battery; plain old tap water works fine because it contains natural electrolytes such as minerals, and also municipal additives such as chlorine which also aid in electrical conductivity. In fact, electrolysis is in many ways similar to the reaction which occurs within your vehicles’ battery. Electrolysis of water us nothing new; it was first accomplished nearly a century ago. But, until technologies like the water‐hybrid system were developed, it required a high voltage power supply and consumed vast amounts of electrical energy. It actually required much more electrical energy than the energy derived from the combustion of the resulting hydrogen and oxygen. In other words, it was an extremely inefficient process that had limited practical use.
The water‐hybrid system is a practical solution developed for use in fuel‐injected and carbureted motor vehicles. The secret of the water‐hybrid system lies within its HyTronic module. It produced relatively low voltage, but uniquely shaped electronic pulses of precise frequency and duration. The overall power consumption of the HyTronic module and the entire water‐hybrid system is fairly low; actually low enough to be easily powered by your vehicles’ excess electrical and heat output, and with enough reserve power left to help run all your vehicle’s other electrical devices.
Is the water¬hybrid system a perpetual motion machine?
The water‐hybrid system is not a perpetual motion machine. It is a high efficiency, water‐fueled, electro‐mechanical system capable of producing hydrogen and oxygen in sufficient quantity to improve the overall fuel‐efficiency of internal combustion engines.
Is the water¬hybrid system safe?
Vehicles powered by the water‐hybrid system are inherently safer than hydrogen powered vehicles which require hydrogen tanks. Instead of hydrogen tanks, the water hybrid system extracts combustible hydrogen as needed from the water, and this steady release of hydrogen is burned continuously, thereby preventing larger accumulations of hydrogen gas.
Why is the water¬hybrid system is called a conversion system?
The water‐hybrid system is called a conversion system because it doesn’t require removal, modification, or disabling of any of your vehicles’ existing systems. Therefore, it allows you to run your vehicle on either 100% gasoline systems or the water‐hybrid system. In the unlikely event that your Water‐hybrid fails, you can easily switch back to solely using gasoline power. But, you’ll soon be getting your water‐hybrid back into working order. Once you’ve driven with the water‐hybrid system you’ll never be happy with anything else!
How well does the water¬hybrid system perform?
A vehicle powered by the water‐hybrid system is theoretically capable of traveling from 50 to 300 miles on each gallon of supplemental water, while improving overall fuel efficiency up to 45%. However, as is true for any engine, actual efficiency depends on many factors such as; driving habits, terrain, vehicle weight and shape, and ability to tweak and optimize the system.