We have installed the cell in a selection of cares and below we observe the results pertaining to two of these vehicles. Isuzu Bakkie 2 Litre (Petrol) Toyota Tazz 1.3 Litre (Petrol)
Test 1 - Emissions Test
Izuzu Bakkie 2 Litre (Petrol) Once the cell was installed a CO test was done on the bakkie.
With the cell off the reading was 6.5 Carbon monoxide, once the cell was turned on the reading dropped to zero particles of carbon monoxide, this in its self proves that all the fuel is being burned in the engine as there are no carbon particles present at the exhaust when the cell is on.
When towing a caravan with the bakkie it was able to go up hills with more power and greater speed at ease.
Toyota Tazz 1.3 Litre (Petrol) The car has been running with the cell in it for 8 months with no damage to the engine.
The oil has stayed cleaner and needs to be changed less often.
Test 2 - Power Hill Test
When driving there is a notable difference in power. This has been proved by speed tests going up hills.
The car was tested in this manner: the cell was switched off and going up a steep hill the car was settled at 20KMh and on losing power the cell was switched on, the car then began to pick up speed with no extra throttle and at the top of the hill the speed reading was 40KMh.
It has been tested in all sorts of ways and environments, with the cell switched off going up a hill the car would have to be in second gear.
Going up the same hill the car is now able to do it in 3rd gear and at times getting to fourth, from these tests we can conclude that there is an appreciable, sustainable increase in power at the same fuel consumption.
If you have an increase in power, your fuel usage now can be less to get the same result.
It must also be understood that the car if 14 years old, the engine is not new yet the 2H2 + O2 gas still produces the results in this engine.
Test 3 - Consumption Test
On August 14 2015, the Toyota Tazz was filled up with petrol and driven 75 kilometers with the cell switched off.
The car was then refilled, requiring 5.69 litres of petrol, resulting in a consumption of 13.18 kilometres to the litre.
The cell was then switched on and the car was driven 72.5 kilometres and again refilled. This time it required only 2.5 litres of petrol, resulting in a consumption of 29 kilometres per litre of petrol.
* All results have accompanying test data and supporting documentation with readings. These are available on request.