New Technology: Water Fuel - HHO Gas

An excellent way to travel...100 miles on 8 ounces?

May 14th, 2006 at 8:00pm — Comments: (27) — By: Jonathan Danylko — Tags: General

Extraordinary technology! I'm speechless.

According to the video, Denny Klein has come up with a way to fuel cars using a "water fuel."

He also is working on a hummer for the military to run on gas AND water and the technology has passed all safety measures and inspections.

I suuure hope this helps with the environment.

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  1. May 16th, 2006 at 4:56am
    I hope this is true. Entire world will change in all respects.
  2. eric
    May 18th, 2006 at 8:45pm
    I definitely agree with you, bhagavanulu.

    The less damage to the Earth, the better.
  3. Carmaine
    July 23rd, 2006 at 12:19pm
    In your dreams. Not in your life. Noene of concenrns like Exon Shell etc alows for this gas can be used by regular people like you or me. That's a pity.
  4. Daryl
    August 12th, 2006 at 6:45am
    It takes each individual to make his vote count.  We must unite on this idea, and show our demands for a CHANGE in the way we fuel our engines.  We have been quiet too long, and we need to get our government off it's tail to get our demands met.  I want water fueled engines NOW.  There is no reason for it not to be a smart thing to do.  Make it a daily topic at work and at home.  Make it a major subject to get it "popular" with us all.
  5. Mal
    August 14th, 2006 at 6:30am

    What modifications does a car need for this and at what cost? Can a cars electrical system create the power required to convert water to usable hydrogen fuel? Does the fuel burn in  a manner, that is practicable for a conventional car engine (say both a carbourettor 1970s Holden V8, similar to a Chev small block, anda fuel injected 1990s 1.4 lt GM family engine) to utilise, ie temperature, lubrication and power produced? If this is fair dinkum, it will change the world economically and politically, with no more dependance on oil, and no weekly paying for fuel, I would love to know more detail, while respecting patents etc. Does it have an application in domestic/commercial heating etc? 

  6. Howard V. Miller
    August 26th, 2006 at 2:44pm
    I have been hoping and praying for someone to develop a viable method of producing hydrogeh.  As we know, it now takes more energy to produce a quatity of hydrogen than that hydrogen produces.  I have been a burner and welder for years, and given the miracles this stuff is capable of, it has to be a real fuel that can be run in an IC engine. The Technology is young yet, but there are people thinking.  That is the beauty of our country.  We are still allowed to think, so long as the liberals don't run the whole show.  They don't like people who can thnk. If the Govt. stands back and lets the free enterprise take over, I feel confident that we will be driving HHO powered vehicles in the near future.  Nothing would make me happier than to see the Mid East drown in their own oil.  They have been putting the screws to us just about long enough. 
  7. Andy
    December 7th, 2006 at 5:53pm
    "In your dreams. Not in your life. Noene of concenrns like Exon Shell etc alows for this gas can be used by regular people like you or me. That's a pity."

    English is your friend.
  8. December 13th, 2006 at 11:29pm

    A premier clarification of this technology.


  9. Mike
    December 29th, 2006 at 12:01pm

    I think it would help for those people who are really curious about HHO to check out this site:

    For those who will just choose to dismiss this should consider a simple quote from this site;

    "Men who say it cannot be done, should not interupt those doing it." 


    January 7th, 2007 at 9:17am

    I have just seen a website about turnning H2O into HHO and it really seems to make sence having a clean burning feul that turns into water imagine the mess in L.A.

    January 7th, 2007 at 9:20am
    My only negitive thought is remember WATERWORLD
  12. Stephen
    June 5th, 2007 at 8:39pm
    This is a hoax. Where does the energy come from? Water, I think not... The guy's invented another fuel cell, a glorified battery; a system requiring probably a ton of energy in order to release a little. I'll believe it when scientists begin to confirm this "cold fusion."
  13. whoever
    June 21st, 2007 at 1:24pm
    Even there is energy over spending, remember ICE or even motors dont they? The problem is you cannot hear anymore from this guy after Jun 2006 like (Google/Yahoo search)
  14. Eric & Serena
    December 1st, 2007 at 1:02pm
    How do we make this HHO and combustable water
  15. Jonathan Danylko
    December 2nd, 2007 at 6:53am
    To be honest, Eric & Serena, I wouldn't know where to start.

    However, I think Mr. Klein has a patent on this. :-)

    It would be fantastic if we COULD reproduce this.
  16. michael
    December 3rd, 2007 at 3:39pm
    This is not a blog but a suggestion.
    What if we used an eight tubed fuel
    cell. then use an eight cylinder coil-
    pak. Hook each tube to each individual
    coil in the cell. The entire fuel cell
    should produce eight times the HHO
  17. Dave
    March 31st, 2008 at 9:01pm
    Don't waste your time voting or waiting for some agency to pick this up and make the world a better have to learn the technology yourself and make the change. This is not complicated science, my son (12) put together a cell for a school project after some research on the internet...if your waiting for our government to do something noble with this your wasting your time....the first automobile with an internal combustion engine was invented in 1805 and guess what it ran on...hho gas...thats right, hydrogen.
  18. cj
    June 5th, 2008 at 6:05pm
    I have looked into this a little and it is possible, you can double or even triple your gas milelage using a home built hydrogen generator with a map sensor hooked in.
  19. July 5th, 2008 at 9:29pm
    There's a $100,000 prize being raised for the best design of an HHO kit to be given at the HHO Games & Exposition in Bradenton, Fla., Nov. 11-14, 2008. See for more. It's a non-profit public service of The American Reporter, an online daily newspaper.
  20. askywhale
    August 4th, 2008 at 8:54am
    This is mostly a scam.

    Some infos :
  21. Guardian On Duty
    August 25th, 2008 at 5:17pm
    I have to smile reading these posts....
    Some positive, Some negative, Some just don't know what to believe.

    At this point I'd like to say;
    " United We Stand, Divided We Fall "...

    I've done much research into alternative fuel systems and have come to the conclusion it can be done, inexpensively, by the average person, with a little guidance....

    Years ago I made farm equipment run on 100 proof corn wiskey, {AKA White Lightening}, Equipment ran fine & the pigs were extra happy eaying left-over mash. Problem was all the neighbors were drinking my tractor fuel...SMILE...But we were all happy.....

    So it was back to the drawingboard..

    A few years ago I found out about HHO fuel....Even before the Goverment started hyping the Hydrogen Economy...

    I've researched numerous patents, from the 1800's to 1990's.....And have come to the conclusion that it can be done......Bt, it will never make it to a public market until the goverment & big Business learns to profit from it...

    My personal opinion is:
    United We Stand, Divided We Fall.

    I will not patent any information about this system, I will not profit from my knowledge of alternate fuels,
    I will not sell out to goverment, nor big business.... I will share all I know with anyone for the sake of saving our planet & all of the little people like me who make the world turn.

    I say it's time for a "Re-Evolution" of our system of goverment, business, & enviromental thinking.....

    Have I got your attention yet?

    Ok.....Here's the deal...
    I'm workoing on a web forum on google to address the fuel situation , as well as numerous other subjects.
    If your curious, interest or got input, check it out... It's a work in progress at this, but will grow to completions as we get more members & their input.

    Your all invited to check it out at:

    If you have any problem joining the group or have any questions or concerns, please feel free to email me at

  22. Dario
    October 8th, 2008 at 1:57pm
    Started to investigate about gas saving devices and found the hho information and how to build (do it yourself) a cell unit. I purchased the books on line on June 27th, 2008. Installed the unit a month after and is given acceptable results. Arround 25% increase in my MPG. My car is a Mitsubishi Space Wagon auto. I think this is the beginning of something real big! Simple people make great things!
  23. October 9th, 2008 at 11:18pm
    Have you ever heard of HHO fuel that has got to be the best way to save on gas prices.?
    Imagine the savings. It will cost you about $160, or two tanks of gas to install an HHO
    conversion kit

    Hydrogen Car Kit - Save Money and Improve MPG Massively
    Hydrogen car kit empowers your car to run on water and avoid oil as fuel. A vehicle however
    will not be able to run on water alone. There needs to be a mixture of gasoline and water to
    enable it to run smoothly.

    Even the Water Fuel Conversion Kits - How Using Water As Fuel Helps Cut Your Gas Consumption
    Recently,there is increased awareness among many drivers of a technology that uses plain
    water tosupplement the cars' gasoline consumption. Called a water fuel conversion kit, it is
    a simpleadd-on to your current car engine that uses your car battery to carry out an
    electrolysis on water to produce Hydroxy gas (HHO). This Hydroxy gas is used to supplement
    the burning ofgasoline in the car's engine.

    Hydrogen generator kit for car can be better than gasoline or oil additives to raise gas
    mileage. When you make or do it on your own, you can save money on gas but will save lots
    of dollars on the kit and reproduce the system for other automobiles on your own.

    saving money should be what everyonr thinks off and I have done this by using all ideas from

    my sites -

    I purchased the available eBooks that teach me how to run your car on water and installed
    one on my "chevy 350 small block," it's pretty easy.
  24. October 12th, 2008 at 12:35am
    HHO is called “Browns Gas” cause it was discovered by Yuri Brown in the 70’s. And this guy is using a 220V outlet to make this, it consumes far more electricity than the gas creates by burning it.
    You can truly get better mileage..

    thank you very much for visit my site
  25. sacit
    December 21st, 2008 at 8:28am
    no comment
  26. January 1st, 2010 at 10:46pm
    I work at a shop and we did a couple conversions, and have not heard of any complaints from the customers. I think doing research is important, check out the top, popular online guides. Read articles see videos.
  27. February 6th, 2010 at 3:15pm
    I have been looking into this. It sounds promising from what you said Todd. I found a few sites that talk about it. I am looking at this one

    Let me know what you think of this one.

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