What is HHO?
HHO is a gas containing two monohydrogen atoms and one monooxygen atom. It is obtained by electrolysis of water and electrolyte. HHO is highly explosive and therefore very suitable for burning. HHO gas has many other names, such as: Brown’s gas, Rode’s gas, hydrox, oxyhydrogen.
When burned together with fuel inside the engine, it gives following advantages: reduced fuel consumption; reduced toxic emissions; cleaner engine and exhaust; less engine oil changes; increased power.