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Receive press releases from By Email RSS Feeds: a Leader in Hydrogen Technology Warns Hydrogen Generators Can be Dangerous

Some Hydrogen Generator (HHO) kits leak or cannot properly create Hydrogen on Demand. Hydrogen gas is very combustible and can be dangerous if not properly contained.

Orlando, FL, October 04, 2013 --( Hydrogen on Demand is created using electrolysis to separate Hydrogen from Oxygen molecules in water. To properly extract and harness Hydrogen gas safely it requires knowledge and experience. Homemade or inexpensive units may lack the integrity and safety necessary to be safe and work properly.

Plans are available that show how to use a glass bottle or Mason jar to create and store this highly combustible gas. Glass jars are fragile and may crack or break, even a small amount of Hydrogen gas can explode. Some of the units available are small and have a thin plastic housing they may get hot when power is supplied and stop working. Units built without the proper protection needed can be very dangerous, they can explode or cause an electrical fire. has seen these units from outside sources and feel it necessary to warn the public.

When used properly it is safe, organizations like NASA have been using Hydrogen Gas for over 20 years; it was used on the space shuttle missions. The kits sold with promises and the homemade units have left negative feelings and have hurt those who are legitimate Hydrogen technicians working to increase fuel economy and help reduce pollution.

Hydrogen is safe when properly used as a “Booster,” the Public has an option; they can use a quality product and inject Hydrogen into their engine(s) making it more efficient and cleaner. On average 20% to 50% can be saved in fuel and the reduction of the Carbon Footprint +/-85%. Only accept a unit that is of good construction and designed to fit your engine and can handle the electric current/amperage. Follow the directions and find that “sweet spot,” you will be helping yourself and the environment.

Companies and individuals interested in helping the environment and want to save on fuel and reduce pollution call or email for the latest information and updates.

Go Green – Burn Clean!
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Cary Nagdeman
(561) 899-9919

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