How Does a Diesel Fuel Saver System Work? How Does a Diesel Fuel Saver System Work?

You can increase gas mileage and improve the efficiency of your vehicle with a diesel fuel saver system. The diesel fuel saver system splits off hydrogen from water. By adding hydrogen to the air intake system, the engine runs cleaner, stronger and more efficiently. This environmentally friendly device will help your engine burn less gas, which will save you money. In today’s market, that is a very good thing.

How It Works

The cylinder is almost filled up with water and has a feed going directly into the air-intake system. Hydrogen is pulled from the oxygen and sent into the intake. Being a gas, hydrogen explodes in the intake. All of the hydrogen is atomized. Gasoline is also sprayed in. This combustion allows the pistons to work hard, but work more efficiently.

The Result

The combination of the hydrogen and gasoline exploding reduces fuel consumption. Pollution is also reduced because the hydrogen completely dissolves. That means that no emissions occur from the hydrogen. Since it lowers the amount of gasoline needed, the emissions from the gasoline are lowered, as well. Your engine will now run cooler, RPM will be lower, and that means you will have less maintenance to do on your engine with a diesel fuel saver system.

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