Drive a car using Orthohydrogen? The space shuttle used it!

This looks pretty interesting. Haven’t vetted it.

Correction, we covered it way back in 2002: http://freeenergynews.com/Directory/Hydrogen/aquatune.htm

Fran Giroux wasn’t impressed. Maybe they’ve improved since then?

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Sent: Tuesday, February 26, 2013 11:34 AM
Subject: Drive a car using Orthohydrogen? The space shuttle used it!

The AquaTune Water Fuel Technology uses Hydrogen Producing Capacitors not traditional Electrolysis.
AquaTune is not using high amperage to break the water molecules covalent bond.
AquaTune also does not use a PWM(pulse width modulator) which many traditional Electrolysis Type HHO Cells Use.
  • AquaTune is half water injection and half hydrogen production
  • Produces 2.5L of hydrogen per minute at 8 atmospheric pressure using 1.5 amps.
  • More horse power and a higher torque range throughout the power band!
  • From 25% and up increase in fuel economy! Testimonials often state a 60% increase.
  • Up to 30% increase in horse power!
  • Gets rid of harmful carbon deposits!
    Or you can watch this video from 2007 where it reveals that it takes 4 barrels of water to produce 1 barrel of oil from tarsands.
    Not to mention the carbon released and heavy metal contamination, oh let’s not forget the arsenic!
    Do you think the automakers could perfect and simplify a hydroxy fuel system if they put their minds to it?
    FnA they could!  Normal gains we see are 40-60%. We have had this in use for over 35 years and have done countless tests to verify its consistency and sustainability.
    http://www.youtube.com/user/150MilesPerGallon?feature=watch - Aquatune and other systems are shown in video here. Aquatune uses:
    Orthohydrogen – Molecular hydrogen occurs in two isomeric forms, one with its two proton spins aligned parallel (orthohydrogen), the other with its two proton spins aligned antiparallel (parahydrogen). At room temperature and thermal equilibrium, hydrogen consists of approximately 25% parahydrogen and 75% orthohydrogen.
    Each hydrogen molecule (H2) consists of two hydrogen atoms linked by a covalent bond. If we neglect the small proportion of deuterium and tritium which may be present, each hydrogen atom consists of one proton and one electron. Each proton has an associated magnetic moment, which is associated with the proton’s spin of 1/2. In the H2 molecule, the spins of the two hydrogen nuclei (protons) couple to form a triplet state known as orthohydrogen, and a singlet state known as parahydrogen.
    Water has 18 different structures! Not mentioned above with deuterium and tritium is proteum.