Indian scientist develops technique to increase car mileage using ‘water’February 27, 2012 by: Rituraj Mishra
Driving a car running on water is one of the wishes everyone wants to come true. Research has been going on for quite some time but nothing concrete or feasible has ever been done in this regard and you shouldn’t be surprised to know that still there’s nothing in regard to running car on water.
But on the same lines there is a good news, water can help you get some good mileage. Prof Y.K. Vijay has developed a new technique to increase the mileage of our vehicles using water. Based in Jaipur, India, Prof. Vijay has carried out successful tests of the mileage increasing technique on his own Nissan 1988 Sunny model.
Catalytic Fuel production Kit (CFPK) is the name of the kit which basically works by lowering the ingestion of petrol or LPG fuel producing combustible hydrogen, and this saved hydrogen is supplied to the available fuel which results in another constituent of hydrogen and eventually lesser fuel being used.
Prof. Vijay’s test on his Sunny has shown a decent 10 to 15 percent of fuel enhancement. He also says that right now he is using it with petro and LPG but Diesel is still under experimentation process. The price for CFPK is INR 10,000.
Prof Vijay explains the simple concept of electrolysis that is involved. Extremely combustible hydrogen atoms are extracted from water using water electrolysis. Good going Professor, sing one of the most basic science experiments to save your fuel costs. Want to save money on the ever expensive petrol, talk to Prof. Vijay.
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