If you were just thinking of getting the next hybrid on the market, you may want to consider something a little less expensive.
“I just purchased the Toyota Prius,” new hybrid owner Chelsea Lambert said. “It was expensive but I wish I knew about the Hydrogen on Demand otherwise I may have waited to get my car.”
Creator of Hydrogen on Demand Systems, Alex Rivera said that some of the newer energy saving cars is very expensive and the way hydrogen is stored may still not be safe.
“The Hydrogen on Demand system enhances performance and will help you save fuel costs while reducing and eliminating environmental pollution,” Rivera said.
“It will also boost horse power, help save you up to 30 percent increase in engine power which is an average of 20 to 50 percent and will increase in fuel economy,” Rivera said. “You can also save up to $1000 per year on gas while getting rid of harmful carbon deposits which is helping contribute to cleaner air.”
The Hydrogen on Demand is a custom made technology, which splits water molecules into a gaseous form to provide additional and more efficient combustion of existing fuel.
“The result is greater power, torque and fewer dollars wasted at the pump but most of all helping save the environment,” Rivera said.
Vehicles that use the resulting gases do not just burn in the combustion chamber by themselves, but also it boosts the efficiency of the fuel combustion, by combining with the fuel vapor, and burning the fuel that we have been wasting out of the tailpipe all of these years, polluting the planet.
Rivera said that business owners in transportation, especially in diesel fuel know exactly how important it is to increase their gas efficiency.
According to the Hydrogen on Demand website you would drastically cut down on greenhouse gases and help reduce global warming by efficiently burning all of the fuel, lessen wear and tear on your car, reduce engine clatter, avoid high engine temperatures and carbon deposits into the air by investing in this system.
The Hydrogen on Demand is a newer system and people are still unaware of how it works.
A vehicle normally burns two gallons of water (found in the atmosphere) per one gallon of gas. That water is in vapor form and is pulled into you engine with the air and is also used in the combustion process. The carburetors or fuel injectors force the fuel also into vapor form, and all this is burned together in the cylinder chambers.
The Hydrogen On Demand System uses an electrolysis process to separate water into Hydrogen and Oxygen (then a gas). It then adds these gasses to the vapors described above and the Hydrogen atoms adhere to the fuel vapors and completely burn all the fuel and the Hydrogen.
This system will do the same and maintain a clean running engine, extending the life of the oil and the engine. This also increases mileage. It's a simple process. You don't change your engine or its computer. A quart-size (95O cc) container is mounted under the hood. You fill it with distilled water and a little bit of baking soda.
Shannon Franklin, who is the public relations manager of Hydrogen on Demand, said that the design is simple, effective and affordable. “The hydrogen on demand starts out at one-thousand dollars which includes installation,” Franklin said.” It works with regular fuel, bio-fuel, hybrids and diesel fuel. Clients who have had the system installation on their car said they immediately noticed that the gas saving device was much quieter and smoother. Rivera said one client who had installed the hydrogen on demand system said after coming too a stop sign she had thought her car had died because she no longer heard the clatter and rumble of the car. She then got out of the car, called the automobile club and they told her the car was still running. “The hydrogen on demand system not only save you on your cars life span but remove excess carbon deposits from your engine as you drive so it will run better and more efficiently,” Rivera said. During a test drive, the most noticeable difference that a client may notice is the quietness of the engine and how the car picks up much more power.
Garko, Hydrogen on Demand customer said that Rivera installs a system that is more integrated into your engine, which results in better performance and mileage.
Considering that you qualify for a refund from the IRS under their green car rebate, that you will get better gas mileage and up to 50% or more, and that the financing makes it even more affordable. it is a tremendously strong offer that Rivera provides from how2savefuel.com. “Personally my 1989 Toyota Corolla has much more giddy-up and has doubled it’s gas mileage and runs really smooth especially by comparison,” Garko said.
After installing this system it will continue to improve and save on gas, give even older models a longer life span and reduce the hazardous emissions into mother earth.
“If we do not think of ways to save mother earth, in the next 20 years, it is only obvious it will get worse,” Rivera said.
Rivera’s vision is to also distribute the hydrogen on demand system internationally.
“Our products are made in the USA and talking with individuals internationally and all over Europe regarding distribution and investing in this technology,” Franklin said.
Rivera’s Hydrogen on Demand is very successful but he is also working on a more advanced system so that even more people can help save on pollution and won’t have to spend a fortune to do it.
Have you checked you water lately? It looks clean when you turn on your tap, but it might be what you can't see that has millions worried. Our everyday routine revolves around pure drinking water but it is easy to forget that fresh water is a life-or-death issue in many parts of the world.
Many strategies and new technologies have been created to help boost water supplies but many are wasteful and very expensive.
Recently the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the Center for Disease Control (CDC) and other environmental groups commented on the dangerous state of public water supplies. They have said that the water quality in many of our public water supplies is being degraded by chemical, biological, and physical contaminants.
Fortunately, there is a new technology that offers a remarkable solution to the global water crisis. EcoloBlue Life and Energy has introduced a product line of atmospheric water generators, which utilize a revolutionary patented technology to convert atmospheric water vapor into potable water. The atmospheric water generator produces pure, environmentally safe drinking water out of thin air affordably.
EcoloBlue regional sales director, Manny Lizaso said that the generators capture the moisture from outside air and turns it into the purest, healthiest and highly oxygenated drinking water available to us.
“In the process it removes moisture from outside air, the air is dehumidified and cooled making it ideal air to add into indoor environments,” Lizaso said.
The EcoloBlue atmospheric water generator provides users with ultimate drinking water by producing up to 7 gallons, (28 liters) of pure drinking water per day.
The generator begins making fresh water within 24 hours of plugging it in with no set up.
It requires no water source other than the humidity in the air. Each gallon of water uses, on average, $0.20 cents of electricity to produce.
“That's about $1.00 for every five gallons of water,” Lizaso said.
The generator is powered by electricity and is an extremely versatile product because it produces water from the humidity in the air and it can be used anywhere.
“The generators can be used anywhere such as laboratories, sports clubs, hotels, airport lounges, or commercial stores, to name a few possible implementations,” Lizaso says.
EcoloBlue customer, Richard E. Thomas who is Chief Executive Officer at a surgery center in Hilton Head, South Carolina said that the main benefit of this system is that his employees and customers no longer use water bottles with the polycarbonate plastic that has been known to have potential carcinogenic properties.
“This is a signal to our clients and employees that we care about their well being,’ Thomas says.
Kirk Hyan creator of the website on global water stress “If the Earth Could Speak,” says that the advantage to this approach is that the water taken from the air has already been naturally cleaned, so less energy is consumed to remove any impurities.
Bottled water is much more expensive, per gallon, than tap water. Good filters can remove most chemical contaminants and microbes. Water that originates from a protected ground water source is less likely to contain certain contaminants such as disease-causing microbes, but not all ground water is protected, and no water is guaranteed to be completely free of contaminants.
“This revolutionary technology is helping to meet the growing demand economically and demand for good tasting, quality drinking water even for countries across the world,” Lizaso said.
According to the World Bank, worldwide demand for water is doubling every 21 years and even more in some regions. Water supplies cannot keep pace with demand, as population’s soar and cities grow. The U.N predicts that a worldwide water shortage and supply of fresh ground water will run out by the year 2025.
Also, many of the water shortage problems have been solved in sharing this new technology with other countries especially near more equatorial countries where populations are rising, water is more polluted and have severe water shortages. Even though it may take longer for the system to generate water in dryer climates, it is very successful in climates that have more moisture in the air and is a start in the right direction in helping the environment.
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