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Water for Gas Technology

August 28, 2010 Leave a comment

One of the advantages of modern science is man’s ability to continuously make new discoveries that would prove beneficial to man. We have been the fortunate beneficiaries of these technological developments. All over the news, on the internet, and by word-of-mouth, we hear a lot of new products and services that makes our lives different and a lot easier.

One of the recent problems man face is the rising cost of commodities. A majority of the population has become dependent on transportation, electricity and fuel. We use fuel, electricity and gasoline to run machineries, to run industries, to run our cars. Our daily lives would prove to be incomplete without using our cars for work, school and doing our daily chores. But how do we deal with the rising cost of fuel? The rising cost of fuel and gasoline has long been beyond our control. We do nothing but just swallow the fact that we do need to purchase the ever-rising gasoline and simply accept the fact that life is indeed getting hard.

One solution to this is utilizing man’s technology. A great example of this is using water for gas. This has not been a recent discovery. The use of fuel cells have long been discovered; and we actually are simply maximizing its potential. We use water fuel cells to run laptops and cellphones. Now, run car on water kits have become available in the market.

Using hydrogen fuel cell technology, we can now adapt to these difficult times and spend less on gas. For a brief background, a fuel cell is an electrochemical conversion device which produces electricity from fuel and an oxidant. In car technology, this system works by electrolyzing water which in turn is transformed into hydrogen and oxygen. With this, we get an alternative source of energy, thus, reducing the effect of rising gasoline prices. Car conversion kits are available in the market and anyone can have access to them.

Moreover, the use of water powered cars is not only economical but also
environment- and engine-friendly. Many of the cars run on water have significantly reduced emissions thus preventing smog. Our environment needs a lot of help and this kind of technology is one answer to that. Also, many converted cars have reduced carbon deposits and prevents future carbon build up. That is why all converted vehicle owners claim of a quieter and smoother engine.

Running car on water proves to be manna from heaven. It answers both economical and environmental problems. Best of all, this kind of technology is accessible not only to the chosen few but to everyone. Making this change will definitely prove to be one of the best decisions to make.

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