Frequently Asked Questions Regarding the High Yield Performance Hydrogen Injection System

Q: How does the High Yield Performance Hydrogen Injection System work?

A: The High Yield Performance Hydrogen Injection System is a system containing three parts: a reservoir, a hydrogen generator, and a proprietary central processing unit. With the addition of a 14% NaOH solution, the system utilizes 2-4 amps off the engine to perform electrolysis.

                2H2O(l)  -> 2H2 (g) + O2 (g)

Once produced, the H2 and O2 gases flow into the intake of the engine where they mix with your gasoline or diesel fuel. The hydrogen becomes a supplemental fuel which increases the horsepower, torque, and mileage of the engine. The oxygen increases the octane of the fuel and makes the engine burn cleaner with fewer harmful emissions.

Q: You say we can get 10-30% increase in fuel economy, but what are the typical results?

A: On average, tractor trailers will see an 18.6% increase in fuel efficiency while the large farm tractors will get closer to a 25% increase. However, whatever would affect your fuel consumption before installing the High Yield Hydrogen Injection System will continue to affect it after installation. For instance, quality of fuel, cold weather, driving habits, etc.

Q: I have seen the video of the Hindenburg going up in flames. Is the High Yield Hydrogen Injection System safe?

A: Hydrogen is explosive and can be dangerous if stored. However, the High Yield Hydrogen Injection System is an on demand system. That means it only creates hydrogen when the engine is running and does not store any hydrogen.

Q: What is the difference between the sizes of the High Yield Hydrogen Injection Systems?

A: The amount of hydrogen they can produce. The larger units that have two hydrogen generators while the smaller units have one hydrogen generator. The HYP G-1000 is for large commercial vehicles and tractors. The smaller units are for passenger vehicles and small tractors.

Q: Will the High Yield Hydrogen Injection System void my warranty?

A: No. The Moss-Magnuson Act of 1975 stipulates that dealers cannot void warranties because of aftermarket parts, unless the aftermarket part causes a particular failure. There have been no failures caused by using hydrogen as an alternative fuel. 

Q: If the High Yield Hydrogen Injection Systems are so good, how come the car manufacturers are not putting them on cars and trucks at the factory?

A: Honestly, we do not know. They might once the patents that perfect the High Yield Hydrogen Injection Systems expire. 

Q: Is the High Yield Hydrogen Injection System difficult to install?

A: No, but there is a learning curve. We would prefer to install the system for you to insure the greatest customer satisfaction, but we can also send our technicians to train you in the field if you are a do-it-yourselfer. Just remember, installation is key to maximum performance. Hydrogen is extremely light and will always take the first exit out of the engine, so care must be made to make sure hydrogen is injected properly.

Q: Is the High Yield Hydrogen Injection System Expensive?

A: Not when one considers the rate of return on investment. Most High Yield Hydrogen Injection Systems pay for themselves in less than six months. Please checkout our fuel savings calculator to see your projected savings, and then call us for a quote to determine your rate of return on investment.

Q: When I search the internet for "Hydrogen Injection Systems" I see all sorts of products. What distinguishes the High Yield Hydrogen Injection Systems from all of them?

A: The truth is that it is easy to produce hydrogen. The complicated part is making it consistently and within the tolerance of the particular engine. No other system on the market has the proprietary central processing unit (CPU) that all High Yield Hydrogen Injection Systems have. Once calibrated, the High Yield CPU allows the hydrogen generators to consistently create the exact amount of hydrogen needed for optimized performance.

Q: Will it void the warrenty?

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