Stanley Meyer Tube Type HHO Dry Cell

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Stanley Meyer, the inventor who designed a Brown's gas system that enabled his dune buggy to run on tap water, originally built a large HHO generator with nine tubular cells standing 16 inches tall. Eventually, he came up with the idea of injecting charged water vapor and ionized air along with EGR through his water fuel injector plug design.

But, his original Water Fuel Cell design, though extremely efficient was quite large and cumbersome. In my new Hyfusion Vortex HHO system I've incorporated the latest in metal processing to treat the 316L stainless steel tubes to do two things:
1. Passivate the SS to remove iron and other impurities.
2. Provide a coating on the surface that greatly enhances Browns gas output compared to polished SS tubes.

Efficiency is vastly increased by using a dry cell, gravity/pressure feed causing the electrolyte to flow through the Vortex Water Fuel Cell. As a result, almost all the current is working on the fluid between the cells and is not squandered as heat in the electrolyte.

The new design is compact standing about 12 to 14 inches tall and just 2.25 inches in diameter. I've designed it to fit most pickup trucks and larger trucks with an ideal mounting location between the radiator and the grill with the reservoir mounted above the unit to provide for gravity feed.

I've also designed the unit for easy servicing and the unit can be flushed with a special cleansing agent every three to six months for years of reliable service. If you wish to install the new Vortex Brown's Gas system on your truck please locate a suitable mounting location BEFORE placing your order. Call 207-315-0315 to order by phone or click the order button in the video to order online.

As always, thanks for your support! Let's clean up the planet by using the ultimate clean fuel, water.
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