GT5 Greencell Technologies Greencell Begins Extensive Testing Phase With Long-haul Trucking Companies

Top Quote GreenCell Technologies is proud to announce it has successfully completed another round of advanced testing with significant HydroCell™ results. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) January 12, 2011 - Toronto - The integrated GreenCell Hydrogen Enrichment System is now expected to double anticipated hydrogen output, and further increase fuel efficiencies in diesel trucks around the world.

    These new results augment earlier tests conducted from November 2009 to January 2010, whereby Electronic Control Data was downloaded from vehicles equipped with the HydroCell™ and directly compared to those without the HydroCell™ running the same route and under the same conditions.

    Hydrogen, as a fuel, is emission free and the only by-product of combustion is water. It is the most abundant element in the universe and is the fuel of choice for the Space Shuttle's main engine. The addition of a GreenCell Hydrogen Enrichment System is similar to adding a Supercharger to an engine.

    To assure continued fuel savings, the HydroCell™ is always tested for performance, efficiency, reliability and hydrogen output on numerous vehicles, to enhance its core design and help refine the product specifications for engineers. In addition to recent discoveries, GreenCell is also conducting extensive lab tests to establish the most efficient electrolyte mixture and the optimal Anode to Cathode distance for maximum hydrogen production. These tests will lead to new modifications to increase hydrogen output, boost fuel efficiency overall and reduce manufacturing costs.

    The HydroCell™ is an electrolysis-based on-demand Hydrogen generator designed specifically for the transport industry. The product draws a small amount of power from the vehicles electrical system and uses it to produce Hydrogen gas from a water-based solution. The HydroCell™ directs the produced Hydrogen gas to the intake of the vehicles engine where it acts as a catalyst during the normal combustion cycle. This creates more power and fewer emissions, burning only the existing fuel in the cylinder, resulting simply in less fuel being required to operate the vehicle.

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