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HHO gas is extracted from water in a very easy and simple way (these are 2 hydrogen molecules and one oxygen molecule, it is also called Brown gas), which is combustible, and when it is added to any fuel, whether gasoline, diesel or gas , the engine's efficiency increases. At the same time, fuel economy reaches 25% - 65% (according to statistics, an average of 30-40%), and the engine resource only increases due to the fact that combustion results in water again (in scant amounts), which, being a unique natural solvent, relieves your engine from carbon deposits, and also improves heat transfer between the seat and valve, detonation and ignition are reduced, i.e. the load on the entire crank mechanism decreases significantly. Also, in connection with a decrease in fuel consumption, the interservice mileage of fuel injectors increases.
Brown Gas - The most perfect fuel for our vehicles. It is obtained from water (that is, hydrogen and oxygen), as well as pure hydrogen. The exhaust produces water vapor.
Thus, the use of Brown gas helps solve the very important problem of environmental pollution for us. From this point of view, Brown's gas is an ideal fuel for cars of the future.
Why is Brown gas like fuel better than pure hydrogen?
Currently, the environment is experiencing serious problems, and one of them is the loss of atmospheric oxygen. Its content in the air becomes so low that in some regions this poses a threat to the very existence of man. The normal oxygen content in the air is 21 percent, but in some regions it is several times lower! If we do not take measures, then, in the end, a decrease in the oxygen content in the air will affect each of us
Obtained by the electrolysis method, Brown gas can supply oxygen to the atmosphere, while other technologies either do not affect the atmosphere (like using pure hydrogen or fuel tanks), or pollute it (like using fossil fuels). Therefore, we believe that it is this technology in the near future that should be selected to provide fuel for vehicles.
Brown gas is also called: brown gas, HHO gas, water gas, hydrogen, di-hydroxide, hydroxide, green gas, clay gas, oxyhydrogen.
Each liter of water expands to 1866 liters of combustible gas. You will not need to carry a gas cylinder with you, but a liter of water in a container under the hood! It may last for several months.
The function of hydrogen is the intensification of combustion processes in internal combustion engines. This is due to the fact that the combustion temperature of hydrogen is higher than the combustion temperature of traditional fossil fuels, and the ignition rate is almost a thousand times higher. Therefore, now unburned fuel, instead of burning out in the catalyst and flying into the atmosphere, will burn where it should - in the combustion chamber. By installing our system, you not only save fuel, but also contribute to the preservation of the environment.
The SuperAquaCar system manufactured by our company consists of an electrolyzer (electrodes are made of special grade acid-resistant stainless steel that has undergone special training), a circulation tank, a water shutter or separator, a control system - a broadband current modulator (PWM) and the fuel mixture optimizer ( for injection cars). The method of gas evolution is based on the phenomenon of electrolysis of water. The capacity of the electrolyzer is from 1 l / min at 15 A. The circulation tank is designed for high-quality separation of gas from water, as well as supplying the gas generator with electrolyte.
An electrochemical reaction takes place in the electrolyzer with the release of hydrogen and oxygen (Brown gas) from a special electrolyte consisting of distilled water and a catalyst. The chemical formula of the catalyst is such that it does not stand out with gas, but remains in water. You add only distilled water (as in the battery). The resulting gas exits through the channel from the upper fitting of the electrolyzer and is sent to a separate tank - a circulation tank . From there it follows through a water lock or separator (where additional purification from moisture is carried out) into the air collector and further into the combustion chamber. Also, from the circulation tank, water flows through the second channel back into the electrolyzer . Thus, the fluid circulates through the system. With this scheme, the cell must be placed below the circulation tank . Gas production is controlled by a current modulator depending on the speed of the crankshaft. The current modulator is an intelligent electronic device. Thanks to a special method of modulating current, maximum system performance is achieved. It also provides for a reduction in energy consumption and gas production while reducing the crankshaft speed, this function prevents the battery from being discharged and unloads the car’s electric generator. On modern cars, a decrease in idle energy consumption also entails a slight decrease in fuel consumption, since the generation of electric energy is accompanied by an increase in the fuel supply to the engine, which is used to maintain the nominal speed of the crankshaft. Since the process of burning fuel with Brown gas improves, for maximum fuel economy it is advisable to feed a leaner mixture compared to normal operation without compromising power. In this regard, we have developed an optimizer for the air-fuel ratio . The optimizer helps bring the engine to the most optimal mode when working with Brown gas, so that the highest possible efficiency can be achieved. On injection vehicles, it is connected to the nozzle to obtain information on engine speed, to the MAP or MAF sensor, and to lambda probes . Its function is to show the ECU of the vehicle that the air enters is less than real and that the mixture is rich. Thus, we are deceiving the brain of the car to reduce the fuel supply. On modern diesel engines with an ECU, the optimizer also connects to the CARD - Sensor for lean mixture. On diesel engines with mechanical adjustment, it is necessary to impoverish the mixture through the adjustment of the fuel equipment. This also applies to freight vehicles.
Description of current modulator
The modulator provides adjustment of the current consumption of the brown gas generation system and gas output. This allows you to unload the electric generator without compromising system efficiency, especially at idle. Due to a more rational use of energy for electrolysis, it becomes possible to use electrolyzers with greater gas productivity.
Also, when working together with the optimizer, the Modulator allows you to control the mixture formation, depending on the engine operating conditions and the amount of gas produced.
Thanks to the use of a modern approach to the design of the modulator, the conversion of electrical energy is performed with an efficiency of 99.9%, which allowed to minimize the heating of the unit at fairly high currents.
Two types of modulators are available: with and without a built-in current sensor. The modulator with the sensor is tuned so that under any conditions the current is limited to 25A. Upon agreement, modulators with an operating current of up to 50A can be supplied. A modulator with a current sensor allows you to stabilize the current (and hence the gas production) even with a strong change in the density of the electrolyte.
When the cell overheats, protection is provided. If the temperature reaches 670C - the current through the cell is limited. When the temperature exceeds 770C, power is not supplied to the electrolyzer. Protection is also provided for overheating of the modulator elements.
The presence of frequency adjustment allows you to set the electrodes of the electrolyzer in resonance mode, which allows you to increase the output of brown gas up to 20%.
Threshold of current limitation, A 25
Supply voltage, V 12 or 24
Range of operating frequencies of the modulator, KHz 1 ... 8
Range of automatic control of power consumption and gas output,% 30 ... 100
The range of automatic control of power consumption when exceeding the maximum operating temperature of the cell,% 0 ... 100
Temperature of protection of the electrolyzer protection, оС 77
Temperature of operation of protection at an overheat of internal components of the modulator, ° C 100
Threshold of operation of protection against an overload on excess of peak current, A 35
Frequency adjustment is
Current modulator connection diagram
Description of the current modulator (PWM) M1-03
The current modulator M1-03 is an improved modification of the modulator M1-02 and is designed to control the electrolysis process, provides adjustment of the current consumption of the system and gas output. This allows you to unload the electric generator without compromising system efficiency. Also, when working in conjunction with the SD-03 optimizer, the modulator allows you to control mixture formation depending on the engine operating conditions and the amount of gas produced. Modulators have the ability to adjust the operating frequency, which can also be used to achieve the best results.
The current modulator M1-03 has a connector for external control, which allows you to combine several modulators into a single system. This system can work according to the necessary algorithm.
The modulator (PWM) with the current sensor M1-03 is constructed so that the current limit is selected by the adjuster and lies in the range 5 ... 35A. The modulator has a built-in current sensor, which allows you to stabilize the current (and hence gas production) even with a strong change in the density of the electrolyte.
When the cell overheats, protection is provided. When the temperature exceeds 77 ° C, power is not supplied to the electrolyzer (optional). Protection is also provided for overheating of the modulator (110 ° C).
A modular light indicator “norm” is supplied with the modulator, which duplicates the indicator on the modulator and is displayed in the vehicle interior. This indicator signals the normal operation of the system (if the current and gas production can be maintained in a given range)
Technical characteristics of the modulator M1-03
Current limit threshold (current limit), A 5 ... 35 (adjustable)
The operating frequency of the modulator (adjustable), KHz 1 ... 3
The range of automatic control of power consumption and gas output,% 0 ... 100
Possibility of combining modulators and external control
Maximum working temperature of the electrolyzer (protection threshold), оС 77 (Optional)
Protection against overheating of the modulator housing, оС 110
Output current stabilization Yes
Protection against short circuit in the cell Yes (95A)
Operating voltage, V 10 ... 28
Built-in power filter
Indication of the density of the solution (Indicator "norm") Yes
The threshold current of the glow of the indicator "norm" (indicator of the density of the solution), A 12 or 25 (switchable)
Knock sensor sensitivity adjustment Yes (Automatic)
The ability to adjust the current value depending on the speed
M1-03 current modulator wiring diagram
Fuel Injector Proportionality Optimizer
As you know, when introducing additional working medium into the engine (water, alcohol, Brown gas) to obtain the effect of maximum savings, it is necessary to optimize the amount of gasoline supplied to the engine. We produce a three-channel optimizer for the ratio of fuel and air for injection engines.
Universal fuel proportion optimizer for injectors SD-02
Universal optimizer of fuel proportion analog 3-channel (2 lambda and 1 DMRV channel) for injection engines. Zirconium and titanium (broadband) lambda probes are supported. The advantage of this optimizer is that it is connected to lambda probes without stripping wires.
An optimizer is a complete electronic device that can correct signals from car sensors in a specific way. The optimizer can operate on three channels - 2 channels of lambda control and one channel of the air flow sensor (DMRV). Correction of the signals is made so that the device does not have any effect on the DMRV signal when the engine is idling - this avoids a number of problems at idle.
The optimizer has two modes of operation:
- 1. Emulator mode - signals from the lambda probe are simulated. in this mode, the system can work even with a faulty oxygen sensor;
- 2. Lambda correction mode - the lambda coefficient is shifted down to -0.2 relative to the stoichiometric composition (depletion of 20%). The degree of correction is adjustable.
Fuel Proportioning Optimizer for SD-03 Injectors
It is an advanced optimizer SD-02. Improvements related to the algorithms for working with the DMRV. Optimizer SD-03 does not affect the DMRV signal at idle crankshaft and transient motor operation.
This optimizer can be used in 4th generation gas cylinder equipment installations as an emulator of zirconium and broadband lambda probes. This will put out the Chek Engine warning light.
Process Optimizer (EFIE) fuel proportion for SD-04 injectors
The fuel supply is controlled by correcting the signals of the oxygen sensors (lambda probes) and the mass air flow sensor (DMRV) according to the program that the user defines. Absolutely all oxygen sensors DMRV, and absolute pressure are supported.
The optimizer is equipped with software that allows you to connect it to a computer, read and write all parameters in real time, read fuel consumption, and configure without stopping the engine. The output of data on graphs is provided. It is possible to save and record 3-dimensional sensor correction tables (MAF, MAP).
The optimizer provides two modes of operation: "simplified" and "advanced".
In simplified mode, the user defines only a few basic parameters that affect the correction. In this mode, the degree of correction increases with increasing fuel consumption. With an increase in a certain threshold value of the rotational speed, the degree of correction may decrease (the user determines).
In the advanced mode, the user can draw up a detailed signal correction map depending on the fuel injection time and the crankshaft speed separately for lambda probes and DMRV.
In order to avoid errors in the vehicle’s electronic control unit (ECU), the signals from the oxygen sensors are corrected after some time has passed after the ignition is switched on (determined by the user).
The device can work with DMRV having both an analog output and a pulse.
The optimizer supports broadband and zirconium oxygen sensors (lambda probes). When working with broadband sensors, accurate measurement, maintenance and regulation of the lambda value (composition of the fuel mixture) is possible.
Installation and configuration of this fuel economy system can be performed both independently and by specialists of the workshop according to the instructions.
The SuperAquaCar system can be optionally equipped with other fuel economy devices that increase the result. The maximum effect is achieved with the combined use of "SuperAquaCar", "Fuel Activator" and "NanoVit Motor-Renovator".
Our "SAK" system is the most effective and safe of all similar systems on the Ukrainian market.
Currently, "SAK" is fully adapted for use in the winter and is available for engines up to 16 liters.
We guarantee a minimum of 25% reduction in gasoline, diesel 20%, propane-butane 15% when installing "SAK" at specialized service stations. Within 30 days from the date of sale in the absence of the above effect, you can return the whole set to us in exchange for the cost of the set, provided that the presentation is preserved. The cost of work is not included in the price of the kit.