Diesel Truck

Diesel Truck

When it comes to DIESEL TRUCKS the world opens up with HHO. Since 99% of the Big Rigs out there on the road rely on that fuel. The big three engine builders for diesel truck engines are, Detroit, Cat and Cummins. They all operate under the same principles of combustion, the difference from gasoline is a byproduct called HydroCarbon Opacity. That’s the black stuff you see belching from the exhaust stacks. That is caused by heavy over fueling on pulling a load causing unburned fuel to be discharged from the exhaust. The reason, even with a turbo charger giving boost and plenty of air for combustion there just isn’t always enough air to go around. That black unburned soot is diesel fuel in its raw form. Raw exhaust diesel is raw money going out the stack and it will affect the operator’s bottom line financially.
Now lets add a little Hydrogen and Oxygen, only about 4 liters per minute into the air fuel mix. We can tell you from experience and documented testing photos on our emissions testing taken at Indio, California. We have eliminated OPACITY [hydrocarbons] down to less than 10ppm on Cummins engines. On our system on large 29 ton busses in Bolivia the OPACITY went from a 73% rating down to 23% per measured volume of exhaust.
Yes, we can make that Big Rig [GREENER] and we can get an additional 1.0 – 2.0 mpg on that same large diesel truck. Looking at an annual operating cost of this past fiscal year, a 135k mile diesel truck could save as much as $24,000.00 on fuel at the pump.
That savings can buy some decent maintenance services and tires for the operator or fleet owner.