BG HHO FAQ: What is Brown’s Gas?
Definition: “Brown’s Gas is a unique gas in its own right and is a stoichiometric intermingled compound of hydrogen and oxygen produced in a Brown’s Gas Generator by the process of electrolysis that decomposes water into its constituent elements as patented worldwide by Research Professor Yull Brown, in whose name the gas has become popularly known.”
BG HHO FAQ: Does Brown’s Gas have a fixed Calorific Value?
The gas has no fixed calorific value. This is based on the material to which Research Professor Yull Brown had directed the beam of the burning gas, and the temperatures it reached fluctuated from 120 to well over 6,000 degrees Celsius. This is comparable to the effect of the sun on Earth: if it shines on grass, it is easy to walk over it with bare feet. If, on the other hand, it burns on sand, it can be uncomfortably hot under the same sun – and no reasonable person would voluntarily stand on a tin roof sunned of the same radiation intensity!
BG HHO FAQ: Does Brown’s Gas give off Emissions?
HHO gas burns completely environmentally friendly and without any pollutants or gases; it does not even produce carbon dioxide (CO2). The gas simply becomes water vapor again, which quickly condenses as a drop! In closed systems, this water can now be returned to the process and produced again HHO gas for further energy production.
BG HHO FAQ: Research Professor Yull Brown inventor of Brown’s Gas demonstrates the unique characteristic of the Brown’s Gas flame having an interactive heat effect depending on the object it interacts with.
BG HHO FAQ: Can Brown’s Gas be mixed with Fossil Fuels?
When mixed with other fuels, HHO gas significantly improves their combustion that results in higher performance and cleaner exhaust gases, which, for example, make a catalytic converter unnecessary for car engines.
BG HHO FAQ: Benefits of using Brown’s Gas?
By adding HHO gas to the air mixture for combustion with any solid, liquid or gas fuel substance like wood, petroleum, fuel oil, diesel or natural gas the burning process is faster and more complete. This results in all the fuel being burnt so that none of it escapes as emissions to cause pollution.
BG HHO FAQ: Is Brown’s Gas Safe to Use?
Brown’s Gas is completely safe. Watch Research Professor Yull Brown demonstrate how safe it is.
BG HHO FAQ: How is Brown’s Gas made?
HHO (Brown’s Gas) is generated from water and electricity in the process called electrolysis. The fluid water is mixed with an electrolyte (KOH salt) and is converted into its constituent elements of hydrogen and oxygen gases. These gases are intimately joined together in the process leading to the unique characteristics of the gas. Brown’s Gas behaves very differently to a simple mixture of hydrogen and oxygen from separate bottled sources. Brown’s Gas behaves differently than hydrogen burning in air.
BG HHO FAQ: What are HHO Gas usage effects?
HHO gas causes a complete combustion that results in a lowering of the volume of the primary fuel (wood, petroleum, fuel oil, diesel, petrol, natural gas, LPG, CNG, RLNG) by up to 50%. Pollutive emissions are lowered by at least 70% and in some cases better than 90%.
BG HHO FAQ: Does HHO Gas destroy soot and smoke?
Yes. As HHO Gas causes a complete combustion of the primary fuel (wood, petroleum, fuel oil, diesel, petrol, natural gas, LPG, CNG, RLNG) the usual soot and smoke from the primary fuel is also incinerated by the HHO flame front.
BG HHO FAQ: How is energy released by Brown’s Gas?
Brown’s Gas does not explode violently like other fuels, instead it implodes. This reversal is understood from the fact that 1,866 liters of Brown’s Gas is made from one liter of water. When this volume of Brown’s Gas is burnt it reduces back to one liter of water. One liter of Brown’s Gas is made from 10.7 drops of water.
BG HHO FAQ: Does Brown’s Gas need air to burn?
Brown’s Gas takes nothing from the air to burn and returns nothing to the air. As Brown’s Gas is one third pure oxygen it has its own oxidant of its own independent of the air. Brown’s Gas burns under water and in outer space as it is completely self sufficient.
BG HHO FAQ: What are the by-products of Brown’s Gas combustion?
Brown’s Gas reverts back to water when combusted n the ratio of 1,866 liters of Brown’s Gas to 1 liter of water. The by-product of combusting with matter (material or fuel) is a chemically inactive material or fuel and a few drops of water.
BG HHO FAQ: How is air pollution caused?
Polluting emissions are caused by fuel burning in air. In air, not all of the fuel is burnt and the byproducts of burning the fuel escape into the atmosphere. These byproducts include unburnt hydrocarbons, smoke, soot, carcinogenic and toxic emissions like sulphur (sulfur) and all categories of greenhouse gases including CO2. Combustion in air also generates nitrous oxides from the nitrogen content of the air.
BG HHO FAQ: How much heat does Brown’s Gas produce?
Brown’s Gas burns at a low temperature, so low you can pass your hand through the flame without risk of injury. The heat produced when Brown’s Gas interacts with matter (including any material or fuel) is produced from the materials or fuel itself, not from Brown’s Gas. When burning with Tungsten the reaction reaches a temperature of 5,960 degrees Centigrade.
BG HHO FAQ: What temperature will Brown’s Gas reach?
Brown’s Gas will reach the temperature that sublimates matter (turns it into gas) and that makes the matter chemically inactive (inert). This explains how Brown’s Gas neutralizes troublesome pollutants such as Greenhouse Gases and Radioactive Nuclear Waste.
BG HHO FAQ: What services does YBG Group provide?
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