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Malam tadi ada berita kat TV3 berkenaan HydroFuel nih. So diaorang tunjuk la satu website http://www.hydrofuel.com.my untuk keterangan lanjut berkenaan produk tersebut.

Menurut berita malam tadi, diaorang claim dengan satu isian air dalam tangki tu boleh pegi sejauh 2000KM! Waaaaah! manyak jimaat ooo.. boleh ulang-alik KL-JB 3 atau 4 kali!

Tapi, bila aku lihat semula sebenarnya HydroFuel ni tak macam NGV. Korang still kena guna petrol untuk kereta. Cuma dengan tambahan alat HydroFuel ini, jarak kilometer yang korang boleh capai dengan setiap liter ialah extra 50%.

Konsep lebih kurang sama dengan EnvoDiesel, campuran minyak kelapa sawit dengan diesel dengan nisbah 5:95 tapi menggunakan gas hidrogen yang di extract dari air. Korang kan tau molekul air ialah H2O iaitu 2 molekul Hidrogen dan 1 molekul Oksigen. Dengan proses elektrolisis, Hidrogen dan Oksigen dapat diasingkan.

Gambar: Pejabat kat Banting.

Nota 18sen:
Aku tak pasti tahap keselamatan device ni. Masa aku stady kat sekolah menengah dulu, gas hidrogen ni memang mudah meletup. Kat tabung uji, gas hidrogen kalau letak api dia akan berbunyi "Pop".. kalau kat kereta jangan bunyi "Kaboom!" sudah lah yer.. hehe

p/s: Psst.. dengan ngan rumah acai tu..


  • Reez said:  


    Zaman skarang, macam2 cara orang cipta untuk mengurangkan penggunaan petrol dan diesel.. Eloklah tu... At least, kita ada alternatif lain selain dari minyak...

    Aku elok gak benda ni, cuma kosnya kita tidak tahu... Mungkin HydroFuel ni mesra alam, so elok diperluaskan dimasa hadapan...

    Bunyi saje, takpe Jun... Jangan sok ngan kete2 skali kaboom, udah lah...


  • CarStandard.com said:  

    Basically the "HHO" addition to fuel / engine can really boost up the performance. Reducing the dependencies on fuel = save fuel = save money.

  • Melvin Lee said:  

    My Car Wira 1.3GL is running Both NGV and OxyHydro Generator (Water Fuel System)!
    I get to save approx 15-20% even with NGV on the freeway.
    170km now 200km on freeway. Thats just a test but its been positive so far. City Driving however its still difficult to see the savings as its like 5-10% the most. However switching to petrol I save 20% on city driving havent tried state driving though.
    Been using NGV for 2 years I previously had alot of problems like my engine dies halfway on the road or explosion in the engine (misfire) due to NGV long use. Changed my spark plug like twice. Then came when my car couldn't eat petrol. Thus I wasn't able to climb the 45 degree slope even though i switch to petrol. Changed my clutch to fix the problem but it wasn't. Engine dies every morning while I drive halfway. Considered it as a norm as NGV driver.
    But after fixing the water system, I have no more of the problems I faced for 1 and a half year. My power of my NGV increased after fixing the water system Oxy Hydro Generator. I even climbed slope 45degree with 4 passengers, full petrol tank and a NGV tank in my car and by god I got the car climbing even with NGV and water (I didnt switch to petrol to climb!) Well thats just the feedback of what I've experience and tested.Its like driving on petrol but not as powerfula s pettrol if you know what i mean
    Check it here below the link!

    why the difference with your product OxyHydro Generator compared to Dr.
    Halim Hydrofuel system?

    Pretty simple, our unit is made of pure steel and can withstand extreme
    hit which there for has a longer lifespan of up to 8 years (as declared by
    the manufacturer)
    The unit itself is also being used in diesel engines and cars which are
    higher cc of 2.0 and above as well.
    So no worries of it melting in your car as it is not made of plastic.
    Steel itself is expensive and heavy. The cost of delivery itself from
    Australia has incurred cost. Well additional RM200 is worth the bargain.
    The best part! You dun have to have additional 5 litre tank behind your
    boot. Infact the tank is the HFS70 unit.
    Enuff said..:)

    They have a water tank of 5 litres
    Ours done as the unit itself has a tank HFS70

    These are the main differences but of course we have to wait for more
    details about their product as I still couldnt access any further
    information on their web as it is still under construction

    Other thing is people claim using HHO create water at exhaust pipe which
    make it rust, is that true?Any risk of oxidize/rusting in the internal
    combustion system?inner
    block?pistons?bearings?exhaust system?
    The water vapor is very hot inside the engine, and cleans but does not
    cause rust to form since the temperature is very high and there's enough
    lubrication by the gasoline. The water vapor and hydrogen clean the carbon
    deposits off the valves, passages, pistons, rings, etc, and that's why the
    engine becomes smoother.

    It is cooler in the converter and back pipe, but it's not much different
    than driving in the rain or any humid area/weather.

    In the bottom line this technology has the overall effect, in the long
    run, of LESS maintenance, FEWER breakdowns, not more. Most people are
    interested in saving right now at the gas pump, and that's OK, however the
    benefits of less pollution and less maintenance are there too.

    Here are the things you as a consumer should consider
    1) Car Warranty
    Still a gray area for all the devices you are considering as JPJ, Puspakom
    is still under progress on approval but eventually it will.
    Check with the are dealers as well but as far as I know they are also
    waiting for approval.
    2) Unit Durability
    The Unit HFS70 is made of pure steel can withstand heat even in high cc
    capacity cars including diesel has a lifespan of 8 years (as admited by
    Plastic even high durabilty ones will eventually melt after years of use
    Handmade ones though cheap uses steel coils which will eventually corrode
    and rust in use. The unit I have uses steel plate which will not corrode.
    3) Unit Warranty
    HFS70 is 2 years warranty 1 to 1 exchange if unit is in anyway defect.
    The Eletronic EFIE however is 1 month as I purchased in the US in bulk.
    The Electronics however is not a machinery and therefore would last for
    years of use.
    4) Fuel Injection Car
    Your Car requires HFS70 and EFIE.
    5) After Sales Service
    6) Maintenance Cost
    RM20 every six months. Refills of RO or Distill water when the water
    reaches to a low level.
    7)Longetivity of Car
    Our unit does not affect your car longevity. But infact prolongs it.
    However, if you purchase units from another dealer, be aware
    - Plastic units melt in high heat
    - The solution used as electrolytes crystallizes in the engine if they are
    using baking soda.
    8) Guaranted Savings
    I will be honest and not guarantee savings. However
    Average users achieves 20%-30% on normal driving.
    15% on slow traffic and jams
    35% and above on freeway
    Please check with the dealers and ask them to be honest with you when they
    guarantee you 50% savings.
    9) Number of types of cars installed
    We have so far more than 42 types of cars installed
    10) Brochures
    Check it here
    11) Research and ROI Calculation
    Check it out here
    12) Understand the Technology and its Mechanics
    Google "HHO Generator" and find out more.
    13) Installation period
    2 Days. HFS only takes few hours.
    EFIE may take a day, MAP and O2 Sensors requires to be found. Wiring must
    be done by a professional wiring man would take a day.
    Give me two days the most.
    14) Product Price

    Melvin Lee