We filled a truck to the brim & did one hundred kilometres without our truck cell measured how much fuel we put in to fill it to the brim then did the same journey again.
We got exactly 16% fuel saving. We worked out that if the truck did 70,000 miles per year which is what it did do every year anyway it would save the company €788 per month per truck or €9,456 per year.
So for bigger companies with say 1000 trucks that €9,456,000 per year.
Water Fuel Cell has finished testing in Germany and now has TUV approval.
The TUV results on a new Mercedes 3 litre diesel engine were:
- 64% reduction in emmissions
- 34% fuel savings
In fact, at the TUV they were so impressed that they asked us to convert their very own TUV vehicle:
Water Fuel cell are the only HHO company with TUV approval. All car manufacturers in the world must go there for approval.
Water Fuel Cell will continue to keep you updated on any other developments.
Motorists’ pockets will be hit even harder as petrol retailers predict the average cost of filling up a tank could soar to £70. Planned government tax rises could see a litre of unleaded rocket to £1.36, while diesel could go up to £1.40. Some areas are reporting figures of £1.38 for diesel now.
Major motoring organisations are urging the Chancellor to scrap plans for a 5p rise in fuel duty in his April budget. The public could face a total rise of 8p per litre as oil prices also continue to increase. The Retail Motor Industry Federation (RMI) petrol division’s chairman has written to Mr Osborne calling for a “halt the relentless rise in fuel prices”. The RMI said: “Our unequivocal recommendation is that the Government now abandon the fuel duty `escalator’ principle as this is a legacy of your predecessors”.
“We are mindful that the plan to increase duty yet again by 1p a litre in ‘real terms’ from April 1 will add a further 4-5p a litre to the retail price at the pumps for all grades of fuel”. The RMI’s plea is echoed by commuters and small businesses who are demanding action from ministers.
Campaigners say people will be unable to travel to work and businesses will suffer financially following the fuel hikes. People are considering where they drive and their day to day lives are being affected by the price of fuel.
The Government is now facing calls to introduce their fair fuel price stabiliser policy, which would see fuel duty fall when oil prices rise, and then go back up when they moderate. The policy was shelved after the coalition was formed.
Some activists have called for a repeat of the crippling fuel strikes of 2000, when farmers and lorry drivers staged go-slow protests and refinery blockades that bled dry more than 90% of UK petrol stations – all because prices had gone above 80p a litre.
Farmers For Action (FFA) say “It is an unfair situation on the general public and they will be making a poor return on the money they pay for fuel.” Driving a car could become even more expensive as most fuel supplies are distributed by haulage contractors, who not only tender for the work. The Road Haulage Association (RHA) says the increase in petrol pump rises are “financially crippling.
An HM Treasury spokesperson said: “In order to address the country’s record budget deficit, it is necessary to implement the fuel duty increases already set and legislated for. Tough decisions are unavoidable and the Government has been clear that the burden of deficit reduction will have to be shared.”
Water Fuel Cell, with Hydrotechnix, has successfully completed their first group two-day training course in the UK. The first day is focused on the theory side and the second day is focused on the practical side.
The theory and practical training sessions cover:
1. The evolution and development of supplemental hydrogen fuel cell systems.
2. How the fuel system works in detail.
3. What fuel cells, tools and equipment you will need for installation.
4. You will install a working fuel cell system on a vehicle.
5. Testing of the system and its immediate effects.
Day 1 – Theory
Day 2 – Practical
At the end of the full 2-day training course the car engineers were fully qualified to install the Water Fuel Cells. Only fully trained, qualified professionals are allowed to install our product on vehicles.
If you are a garage, car mechanic or interested in becoming a qualified Water Fuel Cell installer, please contact us today. Qualified installers get paid for every installation and its an excellent way to generate an additional income for yourself or your garage/MOT centre.
The head of Hydrotechnix, Water Fuel Cells official supplier for hydrogen fuel cells, went to Oxford Brooks University on the 21st of October 2010, with Richard Teal and two of his colleagues, for a consultation with Dr. Stephen Samuel. Dr. Samuel is a Senior Lecturer for the University’s school of technology. Dr. Samuel is an expert in combustion and thermodynamics.
The meeting was very enlightening. We gained a lot of knowledge about the effects of HHO on combustion. Dr. Samuel went into great detail about the different type of experiments he did on the fuel cells and their test results.
Using this information, Water Fuel Cell and Hydrotechnix manufacturing team, are able to enhance and improve the performance of our HHO units. Construction and testing of these new units have shown encouraging results so far. We have considerably increased the production of HHO gas.
Dr. Samuel recently wrote a paper on improving fuel economy and reducing green house gas emissions using hydrogen enriched diesel supplements. He was able to confirm and verify many of the facts we had seen ourselves from our extensive in-house testing.
Overall this is fantastic news for everyone in the HHO industry. The testing goes on to further prove that this technology works and that there is still room for even further improvement in saving fuel and reducing emissions.
Water Fuel Cell will keep you updated on any more developments.
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We filled a truck to the brim & did one hundred kilometres without our truck cell measured how much fuel we put in to fill it to the brim then did the same journey again. We got exactly 16% fuel saving. We worked out that if the truck did 70,000 miles per year which is […]
Water Fuel Cell has finished testing in Germany and has successfully passed the TUV approval.
The average cost to fill up your tank could reach £70 by this Easter.