How to Attach a Hydrogen Fuel Cell Generator to Your Car

What You'll Need
Blue prints for your engine
Battery powered screwdriver
Compatible screws and or nuts
Automobile hosing
A working Internet Connection
Hydrogen fuel generator conversion kit

Hydrogen fuel cell generators are devices that boost the efficiency of your car engine. They work on the basic principles of electrolysis; cleverly applied to increase the burning power of gasoline. A lot of companies are now manufacturing hydrogen fuel cells that claim to run your engine only on water. These claims are completely true and this article will guide you through installing such a kit in your car.

Step 1 – Take Appropriate Precautions

Installing a hydrogen fuel generation conversion kit will require you to work under the hood of your car. Make sure that the engine is completely shut off and has sufficiently cooled down. Wear a thick pair of rubber gloves before working on the any component; ensuring safety from injury is our major concern. Be sure to read all the instruction manuals and safety guides concerning the battery powered screwdriver and any other power tools that you may have to use.

Step 2 – Purchasing a Conversion Kit

This is a very crucial process requiring hours of research. There are many manufactures out there that make conversion kits and while some of these are aimed at scamming you into spending a lot, there are a few credible companies out there. Research on the Internet and visit forums to find the kit that suits your car and needs. A good kit is one that provides all the tools needed for installation - including an instructions manual - at a very reasonable price. Remember to never pay too much!

Step 3 – Attaching the Conversion Kit

After purchasing the conversion kit, go through the instructions manual. The basic installation procedure is given below: Locate an area under the hood that is spacious enough to house the kit. We recommend that you choose a spot that is as far away as possible from the main engine block. This will ensure that the high temperature of the engine does not damage the fuel cell. Use housing and screws provided by the manufacturer to mount the kit on the engine frame. Screw in the nuts or screws using the handheld battery powered screwdriver, making sure that they are tight enough to resist the vibrations of the engine. After the kit has been attached, move on to the next step to learn about connecting it to the engine.

Step 4 – Connecting the Conversion Kit

Conversion kits work by adding Brown gas to the fuel mixture via the air intake. To be able to do this, the kit has to be connected to the air inlet on the engine. Automobile hosing is used to accomplish this task. You can purchase this hosing and the splitters at your local automobile shop. Connect the piping with the hydrogen fuel cell in such a way that they are secure and airtight. After the kit has been connected to this airflow system, secure the electrical connections with the battery. Make sure that the positive terminal and negative terminal are joined to the correct nodes on the kit.

Step 5 – Finishing Up

Double check all connections and turn the car on. After a few minutes of running, the sound of the engine will decrease and the engine will seem to run in a smoother fashion.