How to hook up hydrogen to a motorhome

I have stainless steal plates in a 5 gal. bucket of water. I hook up 12 volts from battery to the plates. Then I run a tube to my intake manifold. This cuts my gasoline intake down. I hot rodded the idea and went with 2 five gal buckets to increase hydrogen (Flammable gas) I was pulling more volts so I added a extra alternator. I also put a tank on top of my RV to increase storage of the hydrogen to cook with and heat my RV in winter. Sence hydrogen is a clean fuel it reverts back to oxygen when burned. I Have in my photos a hydrogen cell I built that is a good producer. If you want to save in gas Let me know, I will be glad to help you get started.

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Comment by Sonny Skyler on October 30, 2012 at 2:08pm

Yes I know a guy who stored it in a 500 gallon propane tank.Great inventer but now hes dead it blew up so my advice store very small amounts and produce only what you burn.And by all means use several spark arrestors.Utube has ways of buliding them and later I will reveal the way I build mine

Comment by Pat Daly on October 29, 2012 at 9:11pm

Sony, really unique!
In the interest of lesser pilgrims like me we must add a DISCLAIMER... hydrogen is HIGHLY EXPLOSIVE and you COULD blow yourself up.
Now, it's up to each person to make their OWN decision.

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