Below is a list of certified emission tests performed in different states and countries using MagDrive Hydrogen Generators, we were able to see significant reduction of emission exhaust gases. To better understand the abbreviations on the certified reports here's what they mean: HC=hydro carbon, CO=carbon monoxide, NOx=nitrous oxide, CO2=carbon dioxide, O2=diatomic oxygen, PPM= parts/per/million
Click on each state to view a Certified Emission test Report
- State of Washington Dodge 3500 Cummins Diesel Opacity test.
- State of Washington HHO/CNG asm25/25 Dyno Test results 3/22/2011.
- State of California 1998 Lincoln Stretch Limo.
- State of California Dodhe 3500 Cummins Diesel.
- State of Georgia 1990 Ford F-150 5.0L.
- State of Texas
- State of Washington
- State of Oregon
- State of Tennessee
On-site Emission Test results
2007 Dodge Ram 3500 5.9 Cummins Diesel
2007 Dodge Ram 1500 Hemi 5.7 liter
Even if you are not interested in fuel economy, consider the drastically lowered
emissions factor for a cleaner environment. One of these tests [Georgia] was done
on a 17 year old vehicle with over 170,000 original miles without any mechanical
repairs or adjustments also a 13 year old vehicle w/296,000Km on the odometer
Facts you should know...
It’s not the HHO that makes the engine run. It’s what the HHO does to the inefficient gasoline concerning combustion efficiency. Gasoline is but only 18% efficient on average when it comes to actual power produced by the combustion process. Adding an additional fuel [Hydrogen] and oxidizer [Oxygen] "aka HHO" causes the inefficient gasoline to burn at a rate of better than 95% efficiency. That is what gives you the increased performance and horsepower and cleaner emissions from the gasoline which is now being supplemented by the HHO. It’s not the HHO; it’s what the HHO does during the combustion process to the gasoline. Simply explained, if you increase the efficiency of a fuel by supplementing it with an additive that enhances its production of energy thru combustion, it takes less fuel to do the same amount of work.