Test Car Gets 400 Miles Per Gallon — OF WATER!

by Mr. Charrington on May 29, 2007

Been some time since Dennis Klein has gone public and talked about his Water to Gas converter that is now being sold on-line at his website: Dennis Klein’s website.

Early testing yielded 100 miles per 4 .oz of water.

Initially, as you’ll see in this video, Dennis Klein tells us that we can run a car completely from this converter however, in subsequent videos after Dennis was approached by auto manufactures and the US Government, the story changed. His new version of the story claims that his technology is best as a “gas additive”.

If you contact Dennis and ask him about it, you’ll still get the real deal – you don’t need gas.

The question is, what is stopping us from using this breakthrough technology? Hmmmm.

In one case, one of the six scientists that are now part of Denny Kline’s company, actually laughed when he heard about this Aquygen welding machine claiming it goes against current scientific thinking.

However, when he saw a demonstration of it, he left his company and joined Denny Kline and Hydrogen Technologies Applications, Inc.”

Aquygen (a generator that changes the H20 to HHO) sells for about $7000.00 USD and as far as we can tell is only sold in two locations in the United States. New conversion kits for all makes of cars are growing at a very high rate daily. But, don’t expect to get the auto conversion kit from his site today. It won’t be ready till 2008 according to his site. Link to part of Dennis Klein’s Patent for you non believers.

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Mr. Charrington 05.29.07 at 10:09 am

This would be great as long as Denny can stay alive long enough to get this off the ground.
I know the last two guys that brougt something like this to the public died under very unusal circumstances. –

Big Brother 05.29.07 at 5:41 pm

Yes, one said from his own mouth that he had been bribed and refused to accept a $1 Billion payoff by some Saudi Arabian business man (big oil). He started getting death threats after that.

Soon after, he died (very conveniently) of poison after eating at a local public restaurant. The next day, all of his research disappeared along with the prototype car engine he had created.

No major investigation took place.

He had claimed that he could easily convert any engine (Toyota, Honda, Ford or anything else – cars, trucks, etc) to water powered for only $1500. That engine could travel a good 100 miles per gallon or better.

The other guy, I have no idea about him…

zorn 05.29.07 at 8:48 pm

yes but the 4oz of water is with the gas hybrid – he isnt moving a car 100 miles on just 4 oz of water.

its still revolutionary, and could be huge, but it sounds like you could drive across the US on a gallon of water… and that wont be the case.

Mr. Charrington 05.30.07 at 12:32 am

Actually I talk to them some about that and he originally said he had his ford running totaly on water no gas. I do think he says that in the first video. Then strangely after he starts working with auto corps the whole story changed .. some … now he’s saying that it’s just a matter of time before he can run a car totally on water. I found the whole conversation strange. So who knows at this point but there’s always Tesla Motors!

Phil 06.04.07 at 4:46 pm

The reason his whole story changed is probably because he’s a crackpot. All it takes is a basic understanding of the first law of thermodynamics to realize that. If you add water to the car, which does something to the water to convert to “HHO gas” (whatever that is), then use the energy now stored in the HHO gas to propel the car (which then has water as its only byproduct), where did the energy come from? (not to mention the fact that if the water is leaving the system at a higher temperature than it went in, you are now at a net energy loss, which makes even less sense).

OK, so lets say you buy his ‘special electrolysis’ machine to convert the water to HHO in your home, then put the HHO directly in the car, that would at least make the car technically feasible. Although now it’s clear that the energy is coming from whatever is powering the electrolysis machine (the power grid hooked up to your house). So it’s basically an electric car at this point, using HHO gas to store the energy, which is probably far less efficient than using standard batteries charged in a conventional manner.

All this doesn’t even touch on the question of what is HHO gas? If that’s his name for a stoichiometric mixture of two parts H2 and one part O2, that’s an unbelievably dangerous way to store energy.

But if you want to believe this guy and think that the oil companies are out to silence him, or that they might try to kill him off somehow… go ahead. I have some perpetual motion machines to sell you too.

whoever 06.21.07 at 11:57 am

I cannot find within google & yahoo search
on Denny Klein after ~may 2006 like cut! What a..

whoever 06.21.07 at 12:01 pm

What a … …ism! Guy died and HHO lives or what?!

Davy Hubberson 06.17.08 at 1:06 pm

Dont you think that the Americans would just love to stick it to the Arabs – a device like this – well its a goldmine – They could spend some money on it – no need to buy Arab oil – they keep their own oil for feedstocks rather than burning it and America gets to keep it wealth. Why not ? Because you dont get something for nothing. This is like a tax on poor hard working people – in actual fact these people are scum.

Sam 03.12.11 at 1:01 pm

Hydrogen is a perfect fuel, clean, cheap, it can even be extracted at home from water. Stan Myers had a hydrogen powered car. The government had him sign a $30 million contract and then Stan conveniently died of food poisoning in the parking lot of his favorite local restaurant. Denny Klien is presently making our military H-1 Hummer that runs on hydrogen. Its just that the oil companies do everything in their power to convince the world otherwise.

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