Effect of hydrogen in different types of engines
Fuel injected vehicles are equipped with several sensors. The ECU monitors all sensors and is programmed for expected "normal" behavior.
Hydrogen changes the combustion properties of existing fuel. When the sensors detect this unexpected condition, the ECU responds by adding more fuel and negating the fuel economy improvement.
If the sensors are not adjusted correctly, horsepower and torque will be greater, but no fuel savings will be realized.
Carbureted engines do not have computers and nothing interferes with the operation of HHO.
These installations only require a hydrogen generator and a current controller.
Sensor and hydrogen controller
Gasoline engines consume too much fuel, while diesel vehicles run on excess air. These totally different technologies require different approaches. the ECUs provide unique solutions to effectively reduce the fuel consumption of both types of engines.
To meet the expectations of the ECU and to accommodate the altered combustion created by hydrogen, it is important to tune and balance the fuel system sensors.
HECCHIP controllers/chips are the most comprehensive fuel optimization systems available today. A powerful microprocessor and sophisticated programming carefully enhance your fuel injection system. The result – an excellent reduction in fuel consumption while preserving the performance of the original engine.