Hydrophi

  • Developed a proton exchange membrane (PEM) electrolyzer to generate hydrogen from water for controlled injections into diesel engine cylinders
  • Packaged in a 11 inch by 18 inch by 15 inch system; bolts onto heavy duty trucks in a two hour installation process
  • Claims 10% to 20% incr...

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