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SaviCorp® Introduces the DynoFlo HHO™: On-Demand Hydrogen Generation Technology for the Transportation Industry

Monday, June 15, 2015
SANTA ANA, California – SaviCorp® is pleased to introduce the newest product in its line of emission reduction technologies: the DynoFlo HHO. A new patent has recently been issued to Serge Monros, CEO of SaviCorp (Hydrogen On-Demand Fuel System: Patent US 9,051,872).

The DynoFlo HHO represents an innovative breakthrough in applied hydrogen generation technologies for automobiles and can be utilized on internal combustion engines, both mobile and stationary, fueled by gasoline, diesel, CNG and LPG, in addition to commercial, industrial and maritime applications. The system will be beneficial to independent as well as fleet over-the-road truck operators. This new product will be sold as a standalone or in conjunction with SaviCorp's flagship product, the DynoValve.

SaviCorp’s DynoFlo HHO represents a step forward in the world of hydrogen generation technologies within the automotive market. Combustion of carbon fuels like gasoline creates harmful carbon emissions. Hydrogen combustion does not create such emissions, thus by using less gasoline, the carbon footprint is reduced while increasing engine power, lowering emissions, and increasing fuel economy.

With the DynoFlo HHO and DynoValve working in unison, initial phase testing on a 2013 Ford Edge SUV (3.7L, 6-cylinder engine) proved an astounding fuel economy increase of 105.6 percent. Although results appear conclusive, final results are still underway. Once testing is complete, obtaining an Executive Order will be the sequential phase.

“With DynoFlo HHO, SaviCorp has created a product that major automotive companies are still struggling to match in terms of efficiency and results,” said Serge Monros, President and CEO of SaviCorp. “DynoFlo HHO is truly a product of the future and something we are prepared to continue developing until it is a staple technology that is utilized across the automotive manufacturing spectrum.”

DynoFlo HHO produces and delivers hydrogen on-demand to the engine through a process known as electrolysis, using an electric current to induce a chemical reaction. DynoFlo HHO uses this chemical reaction to split water (H20) into its base atoms of hydrogen and oxygen, reaping the benefits of a controlled reaction to elicit pure hydrogen production. This process is safe, efficient and environmentally friendly.

For more information about SaviCorp’s new DynoFlo HHO product or to learn more about the company and its full range of automotive aftermarket products, please visit http://www.SaviCorp.com/.

Forward-Looking Statement Disclosure

Statements contained herein that are not historical facts may be forward-looking statements within the meaning of the Securities Act of 1933, as amended. Although we believe that the expectations and assumptions upon which they are based are reasonable, we can give no assurance that such expectations and assumptions will prove to have been correct. Many factors could cause actual results to differ materially from our forward-looking statements.

SaviCorp® is an innovative automotive technology company that licenses, manufactures, distributes and services an array of patented technologies and products that reduce harmful emissions and improve fuel efficiency. The company, an evolution of more than twenty years of automotive engine emissions testing, materials research and development, was formed to create, support and license its patented supplementary vehicle Emissions Reduction Technologies (ERT). Using proprietary methods and processes, the company’s flagship DynoValve® system protects the environment, lessens an engine’s carbon offsets, increases gas mileage and improves engine performance, resulting in dramatic savings in both fuel and oil.
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EddyCom
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Created on: 6/16/2015 8:01 AM
The above announcement is not very clear.
The above announcement is not clear to me.  Does DynoFlo HHO simply make hydrogen using electrolysis? Electrolysis is a well known concept in chemistry. How does this matter to car?  Hydrogen engines and petrol engines differ.  There are no commercially available hydrogen engine cars yet.  If DynoFlo HHO is to be installed to a regular petrol engine car, how does hydrogen generation matter (since hydrogen has no use in petrol engines)?  Does DynoFlo HHO work with hydrogen/petrol hybrid cars?
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Created on: 6/16/2015 2:58 PM
HHO Science Is Not a Mystery
The DynoValve family of automotive products all have one thing in common. They make engines run better, cooler, and stronger. When an engine can breathe efficiently it can deliver maximum horsepower while burning a minimum amount of fuel. That’s what the DynoValve does.

When the air:fuel mixture is burned in an engine, inefficiencies in the design and materials built into an engine fail to mix and ignite it completely. The physics of fuel ignition limits efficiency when shortcomings in design and incomplete vaporization combine to provide less than optimal conditions for fuel consumption. That is where DynoFlo HHO comes in.

The combination of highly energized gases produced by electrolyzing water to dissociate its molecules improves the rate of fuel combustion. The best scientific laboratories on the planet have proved again and again that when oxy-hydrogen gas (HHO) is added to the air-fuel mixture burned in a conventional engine, the fuel molecules burn more completely and at a lower temperature. This produces more power, increases fuel economy, alters the exhaust profile and reduces the flow of polluting gases released into the environment.

Reports published by Jet Propulsion Laboratories, NASA, Texas Environmental Research Consortium, US Department of Energy (TIAX), Department of Mechanical Engineering at Cukurova University (Adana, Turkey), Research Consortium of the European Economic Union (Bucharest, Romania), and a host of accredited scientists and peer reviewed journals all agree on one important fact – the addition of a controlled amount of oxy-hydrogen gas (HHO) to the fuel-air mixture of an internal combustion engine enhances fuel efficiency on average by 30% or more.

The DynoFlo HHO System introduces one more significant advancement to the state of the art. The way air and fuel are mixed before being injected into the engine determines how efficiently the fuel is burned. Jet engine technologies have demonstrated for 75 years that the most effective way to mix finely atomized fuel droplets and air molecules is to reduce the amount of turbulence that occurs during the mixing and injection process. To accomplish this, specially designed mixing chambers called Venturi Chambers are used to create super-fluid air that flows very smoothly into the engine. This property is called Laminar Flow.

The DynoFlo HHO System induces laminar flow into the air-fuel-HHO mixing process when oxy-hydrogen gas (HHO) is mixed with incoming air, before it is mixed with finely atomized fuel droplets by the fuel injectors or carburetor. When pre-mixed HHO-air is mixed with fuel molecules, HHO ions become evenly and thoroughly mixed with the fuel vapors. As the air-fuel-HHO mixture is compressed, application of a spark at just the right instant enables the free hydrogen and oxy-hydrogen ions to combine with fuel molecules at a very high rate of efficiency. This reduces carbon emissions and nitrogen oxides which are the primary contaminants generated by engine operations.

The DynoFlo HHO System can be safely installed in any gasoline, diesel or CNG engine in a matter of minutes. It is safe, effective, and guaranteed to increase fuel economy, extend engine life, and reduce exhaust emissions every time.
EddyCom
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Created on: 6/16/2015 5:09 PM
I got the point.
I see from the above response that the key aspect of DynoFlo HHO is to mix hydrogen gas and air, and take advance of an existing petrol engine.  While petrol engine can't operate on pure hydrogen fuel, the above response indicates that petrol engine not only operates on the combination of hydrogen and petrol but works better.  I wish Savi had clearly explained this in the original announcement, so that the public could better understand DynoFlo HHO.  Nevertheless, I thank you for the response.