Claim: Running a Truck on Water
Inventor Frederick W. Wood, and his associate, David Seigler, from Future Energy Concepts, Inc., claim to have converted a Dodge 2004 pickup truck to run on nothing but hydroxy gas, electrolyzed on-board, and on-demand, via a super-efficient electrolysis (from water) method they have developed.
They say their system produces 55 liters per minute on 55 amps; and that they recently (around Aug. 15, 2010) completed a road trip of more than 3000 miles, running on this set-up.
Though they are working on a production model, they say they are giving the core design away to the world and hope that people will replicate. PES Network, Inc. has been working closely with Freddy toward open sourcing this design. We have been given permission to post here a complete set of plans once those are available. But before you get anxious for that, first we need to validate the technology, to see that it actually performs as claimed.
This is a publicly editable website, so feel free to participate in helping us keep the page accurate and up to date, expanding out sections (such as replications) to other pages as they get too large here.
There are a lot of very dangerous elements to this technology. For example, HHO gas under pressure can be highly explosive. Please use utmost caution, and don't blame us if you have an accident.http://peswiki.com/index.php/Directory:_Hydrogen_Hog_by_Future_Energy_Concepts%2C_Inc.