HNO Green Fuels Launches Emissions-Reducing System for Diesel


Southern California-based HNO Green Fuels Inc. has introduced the LeefH2, a system that reduces particulate matter emissions in diesel engines by at least 50%.

The system uses water to produce hydrogen and oxygen: The hydrogen is used to increase the efficiency of the combustion engine so that emissions are reduced, and at the same time, the oxygen produced is released into the atmosphere just as plants give off oxygen as a byproduct of photosynthesis.

Fuel reduction of at least 12% has been shown for diesel engines at idle – the most inefficient period in which a diesel engines runs. There was also shown to be a 19.5% reduction of nitrogen oxide, a 24% reduction of carbon monoxide and a 7.5% reduction of oxides of nitrogen, the company says.

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