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We can offer complete units or parts ,  Assembled engines require multi orders .

as time passes things spread and become easier we invite you all to use the info and build accordingly.

Hydrogen Hot Rod

2 Ways


1 GTNT Explosive

( if we adjust the burn rate of this way it is same as gasoline  so no timing modifications  are required.) positive ground

2 HHO Implosive ,

both  way need zero air intake. or minimum and air must be positive

4 Stroke Conversion to HHO Implosion 2 Stroke Explained. Conversion of the 4 stroke internal combustion engine to a new way of doing things.


Pure HHO  ignited in a vaccum turns back to water by an implosion from 1800 parts to 1 part ratio (1800:1). In doing so this sudden change at ignition becomes an implosion in a vacuum.


This video has 3 animations of... 1. the 4 stroke engine run on petroleum/gasoline. 2. the 4 stroke Internal Combustion Engine converted to 2 stroke Internal Implosion Engine to run on pure HHO, having 5 distinct cycles... i) Intake ii) Decompression (more Vacuum) iii)


Firing iv) Implosion (power cycle [most of stroke]) v) Exhaust 3. Both animations side by side of similar cycles, slowed and paused to catch up to the other.


 GTNT is Explosive for of HHO and must be cut with EGR.

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Small Gensets
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Ignition Coil  Waste Spark Timing conversion
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Advanced Optional Features  Waste Spark Circuit 

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Engine Options

Several design of Genset are available and also being further expanded. 

In order to AVOID future misunderstandings, I decided to write this overview/explanation

but first, I wish to make some VERY IMPORTANT statements and I ask ALL readers:

Please make sure you UNDERSTAND them!

The VOLUME and QUALITY of   GTNT will depend almost ENTIRELY on what kind of on demand gas system is used. 

INTENTION (with the numerous building blocks of the ECU) is to provide anyone who is willing to ‘get their hands dirty’ with the necessary CONTROL ELECTRONICS to achieve their goal.

 IF we are to use the old, rather crude and VERY inefficient (around 26%) Internal Combustion Engine at all, we need to provide it with ignition sparks at the correct times, supply fuel (in this case, GTNT) at the correct times and in correct volumes.

Further, the fuel pressure needs to be held steady (pressure regulation) and the power required to create the GTNT also needs to be supplied AND controlled (limited).

The need for all this control is INDEPENDENT of the method used for generating the required volume of GTNT  In other words, REGARDLESS of which method of GTNT generation is employed, the supply & controls described above are ESSENTIAL. However, you have probably noticed that I offer additional circuits as well, not absolutely necessary but desirable for a smooth working control system and power back up (for example: automatic battery charger circuit).

There is also a convenient control panel where all adjustment are made and pressure, current and voltage levels are SET and DISPLAYED.

Note that I choose the name Engine Control Unit (ECU) deliberately as its functions are similar to that of the existing systems used by car manufacturers. However, all unnecessary functions of the ‘standard’ ECU have been left out! On the other hand, its functions are expanded to include the power supply AND control to create the FUEL itself, GTNT All circuit sections are mainly ANALOG, using common, cheap and readily available components. (NO ‘microprocessors’, NO complex software programming!)


1. Control panel circuit diagram, pcb layout and control box description

2. Infra red transmitter & receiver circuits used by the two stage Voltrolysis 

water refilling system

3. Hall switch circuit with a buffer stage which eliminates RF interference pick-up! 

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Features Include 
- Auto Refill
- Auto Start 
- Fuel Injector
- TDC Timing Adjust 
- Auto Rpm Adjust
- Auto Gas Pressure Start 
- Battery Charger 
- Saftey Pressure Cut off 
- Ir INfra Red Remote Start
- 5kw to 10 Kw of Power in 110v or 220 v 50hz.60hz 
- Voltrolysis Unit and Control 
- No Salts or Electrolytes 
- Voltage Controllers 
- Innovative Low Amp Production of Fuel Gas 
- MIl Spec Connectors Water Proof 
- Robust Portable Design 
- Waste Spark Mitigation 
- CDI Ignition 
- Low Maintenance
- Easy and Automatic Operation
- Optional Timer 
- Opation PCL Panel with 5 Meter Extension Lead

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Special thanks to Les Banki

and the worlds people in the Hydrogen on Demand Industry. 


All of whom that have helped share to us through him and through other means .


Which allows this page to exist for making sharing and supporting the basic understanding shown in these methods to run engine on water fuels.

Daniel Donatelli

Special Note Some names reference and pictures have been modified to streamline and focus the years of knowledge presented in this page specifically.


Designs are not just Analog they are Pulse Width Proportional hybrid


If one can translate a control system to an entirely linear system
then one can model it entirely as control sequences and pulse-proportional


(PID proportional control is actually pulse-proportional where the circuit
attempts to learn one important proportionality hidden variable of the system by
operational trial and error. Not required here.)

If one can translate control entirely to linear systems then one can ignore the
non-linear control laws which most often result in the more complex differential
equations intermediates.

 Efficiency calculations can then be looked at as linear


Somewhat along the same lines with the system in question.  What I hear you saying is;
"Get the subsystem function from whatever the source you can, over unity comes with it.


Then carefully construct a demand control structure so that as the next subsystem raises
vs lowers it's energy demand, the current subsystem raises or lower it's demand in response."


Which make the chain efficiency more or less constant by PWP means.


Try to get the HydrOdxy to stay at a constant pressure so the proportioning injector can accurately
control how much hydrogen is injected into the engine manifold based in energy demand.

Avoid those subsystems that attempt to run at constant fixed power level then behave
very inefficiently at demand limits.


Ok..Thanks. You've made something very valuable available to us here.

Thank you very much for your kind words and even more thanks for your SUPERB analysis!

While highly "technical", I sincerely hope that your analysis does not fly above too many heads here!

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