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News   August 28, 2008   by Auto Service World

Canadian Company Finishes Testing On Hydrogen Fuel System

Hydrogen Hybrid Technologies Inc. and Canadian Hydrogen Energy Company have announced that initial field trials have been successfully completed on a hydrogen fuel injection (HFI) system specifically for the car & light truck aftermarket.
With the increased concern about fuel prices, consumers are anxious to find solutions.
This particularly applies to light trucks, including SUVs.
Plans are currently under way to extend the scope of these trials with specific emphasis on target customers.
HFI technology is installed as an add-on to diesel and gasoline engines where it significantly reduces a wide variety of emissions (CO, PM, HC, CO2 and NOx) while simultaneously reducing fuel consumption. Currently, HFI units are being used by long-haul transport trucks, ambulances, municipal buses and other heavy equipment.
The technology is based on electrolysis and the units split water, on-board the vehicle, then vent the hydrogen and oxygen directly into the air intake of the engine.
Adding hydrogen significantly improves the efficiency of combustion, in the engine, with significant financial and environmental benefits.

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