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HYDROGEN ENGINES

CONVERSION OF INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINES FROM GASOLINE AND DIESEL TO HYDROGEN
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HYDROGEN IS ALREADY TODAY IN YOUR CAR TANK

 

The use of hydrogen as a fuel in internal combustion engines was limited due to the risk of engine damage during the combustion of hydrogen, increased harmful emissions into the atmosphere due to the combustion of hydrogen in the air (a mixture of various gases), and lower efficiency compared to fuel cells.

We solved all these problems thanks to:

  • changing the principle of hydrogen combustion in the combustion chamber, due to which the combustion temperature decreases,

  • application of new technology for hydrogen combustion without air,

  • increasing the efficiency of the internal combustion engine.

 

Now any car with an internal combustion engine can be equipped with a compact and inexpensive accessory for using hydrogen as a fuel, similar to the accessory for using methane as a fuel. The car can be refueled with both hydrogen and gasoline, diesel. Switching between types of fuel occurs automatically.

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