HydraGEN™ is a smart electrolysis technology for producing and adding hydrogen (H2) and oxygen (O2) into the air intake of a diesel engine on demand. Thanks to this technology the consumption of diesel fuel is improved and harmful emissions are reduced. Only distilled water is used in this technology: 5 litres of distilled water is sufficient for about 5000 km driving at an average speed of 70 km/h.

The HydraGEN™ technology is designed to turn distilled water to hydrogen gas (H2) and oxygen gas (O2) by way of electrolysis of water. Gases enter the air intake system of a diesel engine by producing a homogeneous air mixture just before combustion. Hydrogen gas strengthens combustion creating quicker and more complete combustion in the cylinder. The more complete combustion ensures more efficient use of fuel and lower emissions. A comprehensive control system collects pollution and fuel saving data.

How HydraGEN™ works

Hydrogen produced by the HydraGEN™ system does not replace diesel. Instead it is used as a catalyst to improve thermal efficiency of the combustion of the diesel fuel by supplying a small percentage of hydrogen (H2) to the air mixture. Hydrogen gas is an ideal catalyst for improving the thermodynamics of internal combustion engines, especially diesel-powered engines, because of its unique characteristics:

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Higher combustion temperature

Easy to produce by water electrolysis

High flame speed propagation

Lower temperature combustion

Non-toxic, non-poisonous

Benefits of the HydraGEN™ equipment:

Reduction of fuel consumption

Reduction of pollutant emissions

Reduction of particle pollutants (black smoke) by 55.3%

Extension of the lifetime of the diesel particulate filter (DPF) by at least 33%

Reduction in the use of AdBlue® from 40% to 60%

HydraGEN ™ technology could be used

Road transport

  • Trucks
  • Tractor-Trailers
  • Minibuses
  • Buses
  • Off-road Construction

Marine Transport

  • Ships
  • Ferries
  • Fishing vessels

Rail Transport

  • Locomotives

Technical sector

  • Refrigerators
  • Pumps
  • Compressors
  • Power Generations