California-based SaviCorp has introduced the DynoFlo HHO, an emission-reduction product for the transportation industry. SaviCorp says the hydrogen generation technology can be used on internal combustion engines fueled by gasoline, diesel, natural gas or propane autogas.
As the company explains, DynoFlo HHO produces and delivers hydrogen on demand to the engine through a process known as electrolysis, using an electric current to induce a chemical reaction. DynoFlo HHO uses this chemical reaction to split water into its base atoms of hydrogen and oxygen.
The new product will be sold as a standalone or in conjunction with SaviCorp's flagship DynoValve product, an electronic positive crankcase ventilation (PCV) valve designed to reduce vehicle emissions and fuel consumption.
SaviCorp says initial phase testing of the DynoFlo HHO and DynoValve working in unison on a 2013 Ford Edge SUV (3.7-liter, 6-cylinder engine) proved a fuel economy increase of 105.6%. Although results appear conclusive, the company notes final results are still under way.