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MPG Systems are specialists in HHO hybrid solutions, providing HHO hybrid hydrogen kits to increase your vehicles miles per gallon and lower your CO2 Emissions and road tax. Hydrogen gas is referred to sometimes as Brown’s gas or HHO. Hydrogen is the best solution or gas additive to increase your mileage. HHO gas has been referred to as hydrogen on demand but what you get is 2 gases when dab rigs broken down; hydrogen and oxygen. What you should see is fewer pollution from your tail pipe lowing you carbon footprint.

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HHO gas is produced from a process called electrolysis which converts water to hydrogen and oxygen. This is done within the HHO Generator that is usually installed in the cavity between your front bumper and radiator once your engine starts running. The gasses then run along to a vaporiser/bubbler which seporates the water steam from the gas, leaving pure oxygen and hydrogen (HHO). This HHO gas makes its way into your main engine air intake pipe and is then mixed with your petrol/diesel within the combustion chamber making your fuel burn much more efficiently.

Hydrogen gas is referred to sometimes as Brown’s gas or HHO. Hydrogen is the best solution or gas additive to increase your mileage. HHO gas has been referred to as hydrogen on demand but what you get is 2 gases when broken down; hydrogen and oxygen. What you should see is fewer pollution from your tail pipe lowing you carbon footprint.

HHO gas is produced from a process called electrolysis which converts water to hydrogen and oxygen. This is done within the HHO Generator that is usually installed in the cavity between your front bumper and radiator once your engine starts running. The gasses then run along to a vaporiser/bubbler which seporates the water steam from the gas, leaving pure oxygen and hydrogen (HHO). This HHO gas makes its way into your main engine air intake pipe and is then mixed with your petrol/diesel within the combustion chamber making your fuel burn much more efficiently.

Did you know that everything that lives in your pond needs a constant supply of oxygen in the water to stay alive? If there’s too little oxygen in the water, all the fish will eventually die. Not only that, all the good bacteria and plants will also die. Below we will briefly examine how you can control oxygen in ponds by using air pumps.

The aeration of your pond is to a large extent determined by how much oxygen can dissolve in the water. If you, to name just one example, overpopulate the pond with fish, it will disturb the oxygen balance of the pond. A similar problem will occur if there is large quantities of ‘bad’ algae that prevent oxygen from getting through to the water. In such a situation your pond will not be able to sustain life.

In nature aeration happens by itself without any help. Unfortunately humans often disturb the natural balance that exists in nature by actions such as placing an oversupply of fish in a small pond, feeding the fish too much or too often. Then the balance can only be restored by human intervention.

You will most often find that fish in the pond die of too little oxygen during very hot summer days when the wind isn’t blowing. The problem can partially be prevented by installing water filters for the removal of ‘bad’ algae from the water and also water features such as waterfalls and fountains. Another way to help aerate the pond is to introduce oxygenator plants. You might also have to reduce the number of fish and to feed the existing fish less often. If the problem isn’t resolved by any or all of the above, you will have to install an air pump.

Before buying any air pump, first carefully scrutinize the instruction leaflet provided by the pump’s manufacturer. There are a huge variety of pumps on sale nowadays and they’re not all suitable for all types of ponds. You have to select the right pump for your pond therefore. Some pumps can, for example, only work in shallow ponds. All pumps have a maximum when it comes to the cubic meters/feet of water they can aerate per minute. A pump with a small capacity in this regard will therefore not work for a large pond.

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