POLLUTANT REDUCTION

Brown’s Gas HHO is highly effective in reducing the emission of pollutants from the combustion of fossil fuels.

Browns Gas HHO Pollutant Reduction

Browns Gas HHO pollutant reduction:
Test results on burning heavy oil in an a steam boiler show the following reductions:

  • Hydrocarbons (unburnt fuel) HC: 94%
  • Carbons (CO, CO2): 90%
  • Nitrogens (NO, NO2, NOx): 39%
  • Sulfur (SO2): 16%

HYDROCARBONS

Browns Gas HHO pollutant reduction:

Pollutant reduction

The fundamental effect of burning Brown’s Gas with fossil fuels is the high reduction in unburnt fuel as the gas causes a complete combustion of the fossil fuel. Unburnt hydrocarbon reductions in excess of 94% are normal.

A significant proportion of fuel is exhausted into the environment as it does not completely burn during combustion. Hydrocarbons are the principal constituents of petroleum and natural gas. They serve as fuels and lubricants as well as raw materials for the production of plastics, fibers, rubbers, solvents, explosives, and industrial chemicals.

browns gas hho pollutant reduction

CARBONS

Browns Gas HHO pollutant reduction:

Pollutant reduction

Of the greenhouse gases, carbon dioxide (CO2) is the most significant. Modern carbon chemistry dates from the development of coals, petroleum, and natural gas as fuels and from the elucidation of synthetic organic chemistry, both substantially developed since the 1800s. Human activities increase atmospheric CO2 levels primarily through the burning of fossil fuels (principally oil and coal and secondarily natural gas), for use in transportation, heating, and the generation of electrical power, and through the production of cement.

browns gas hho pollutant reduction

NITROGENS

Browns Gas HHO pollutant reduction:

Pollutant reduction

Nitric oxide (NO), also called nitrogen monoxide, is a colorless toxic gas that is formed by the oxidation of nitrogen. It is a serious air pollutant generated by automotive engines and thermal power plants. Acid rain comes from the burning of fossil fuels that release sulfur and nitrogen oxides.

SULFUR

Browns Gas HHO pollutant reduction:

Pollutant reduction

Sulfur dioxide is a heavy, colorless, poisonous gas with a pungent, irritating odour familiar as the smell of a just-struck match. In the second half of the 20th century, measures to control atmospheric pollution by this compound were widely adopted. Acid rain comes from the burning of fossil fuels that release sulfur and nitrogen oxides.

ACID RAIN

Browns Gas HHO pollutant reduction:

Pollutant reduction

Acid rain comes from the burning of fossil fuels that release sulfur and nitrogen oxides. The major sources of the oxides of sulfur and nitrogen in the atmosphere are:

  • Burning of fossil fuels to generate electricity, particularly coal smoke.  
  • Vehicles and heavy equipment.
  • Chemical manufacturing, smelting, oil refining, and other industries.

Acid rain is defined by Dictionary.com as “precipitation, as rain, snow, or sleet, containing relatively high concentrations of acid-forming chemicals, as the pollutants from coal smoke, chemical manufacturing, and smelting, that have been released into the atmosphere and combined with water vapor: harmful to the environment. Source: Acid Rain definition