e exhausted to the environment. The fuel burns more cleanly, so those fuel deposits in the engine do not form! Your engine therefore will last longer. In fact, the Genesis System will help remove the existing deposits that have already over time built up in your engine.
The large complex hydrocarbon molecules--that the oil companies are currently putting into your gasoline--by the very fact that they are large molecules, are not designed to burn efficiently. Our technologies break down the covalent bonds of these large hydrocarbon molecules (hexane, heptane, octane, nonane, decane, undecane, dodecane, etc.) into smaller more burnable hydrocarbons (methane, ethane, propane, butane, and pentane, which are the components of natural gas). We also pre-heat the fuel to increase the pressure (because we are going from high pressure on the engine's air intake into the low pressure vacuum of the engine), so we get more power out of the pistons in the engine for a given amount of fuel input.
These are the components of the Genesis system, and how they work.
The GTS Combustion Accelerator, surprisingly compact, less than 1/4 cubic foot in size. It is hooked up to the battery, using 15 amps. It uses distilled water. It is charged with caustic, specifically potassium hydroxide. The electricity ionizes the water and the hydrogen and oxygen are separated. Each of the two fuel cells comprising it produces 50-70 liters of hydrogen/oxygen mixture per hour from a couple ounces of distilled water, because the hydrogen/oxygen gas takes up much more space in gaseous form than in liquid form. One liter of water becomes roughly 1,866 liters of hydrogen/oxygen gas. If distilled water costs $1 per gallon (128 ounces), and we use 3 ounces of water per hour (you will probably use less), and you drive 30 miles per hour, you will go 1,280 miles before you have to buy another dollar of distilled water.
Since we're on the topic of water, a frequently asked question is what happens if the water freezes. First off, the water is stored in the caustic (potassium hydroxide) mixture. According to the chemical company BASF, potassium hydroxide freezes at negative 11 degrees Celsius (12 degrees Fahrenheit). Caustic lowers the freezing point of water. Salt is an example of caustic that we throw on our driveways to melt snow. Same concept. When we turn on the ignition, enough of the water is thawed right away from the battery electrical current to start producing the needed hydrogen and oxygen. In super cold climates like Canada and Alaska and northern Maine, a thermal switch could be installed to assist in the thawing of the frozen water before you start the ignition. (Our fuel cell system now comes with the thermal switch embedded in the system, and automatically detects whether the car and battery need to warm up before starting to produce the hydrogen/oxygen gas mixture). In the super cold climates such as Minnesota, a heat cap can be installed to keep the water from freezing.
The production of the hydrogen/oxygen gas mixture is very safe, because it uses implosion, which is a collapsing inward action (as opposed to an explosion, which is a bursting outward). The hydrogen is added into the air intake system of your car's engine, where it passes through the intake manifold and is drawn into the cylinders. This part of your car's engine is built to handle explosions, and the action of adding the hydrogen there is appropriately explosive.
The monatomic hydrogen from the fuel cell is injected into the air intake and mixes with the fuel when it is burned. Monatomic hydrogen can be used to increase the flame spread of the burn, causing the fuel to burn more fully. I've been told MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) has done successful studies proving this phenomenon. The monatomic oxygen increases the octane level of the fuel, and makes a richer fuel. When fuel is enriched it can be "leaned out" and less is used for the same power output.
Another component of the Genesis system, called the GTS Vapor Boost, uses the heat from the engine to help vaporize the fuel. It contains powerful magnets to help ionize the fuel and break it down into tiny sized molecules for easier engine consumption, a cleaner burn, and a more thorough utilization of the fuel. If it is installed by the radiator hose, that provides extra heat to pre-heat the gasoline as well. The whole process serves to get far more of the fuel burned than usually is, and that improves mileage and decreases pollutants dramatically.
Most cars since the early 1990s use a fuel injection system, which comes with a "OBD II" computer. The car computer takes in readings from various sensors, most noteably the oxygen sensors, and regulates the amount of fuel that is let into the engine. The car's computer is programmed by the car manufacturer with the ballpark mileage efficiency that the manufacturer expects the vehicle to get. The car computer is not aware that we are making a more robust, enriched fuel.
All the above described things we did to the fuel would have gone for naught, because the car computer or ECU (Emisssions Control Unit), once it senses that we are letting less fuel in or that we are getting "too good" fuel economy, will start to let in more fuel, thereby destroying our savings. The automobile manufacturer pre-programmed the car's computer to expect a certain amount of fuel economy, and so, if you modify your car to get better fuel economy, the car's computer thinks there is something wrong and starts dumping in additional fuel! The car's computer needs to know about the quality of the fuel so it doesn't go into default mode and let lots of fuel in.
That's why we invented our own proprietary computer, which becomes the intermediary between the car's sensors and the car's computer, letting the car computer know the new settings. That way, we get to keep the savings in fuel economy! There is no other device on the market today that is like it. All the other after-market fuel economy boosting systems run the risk of the car's computer just letting the fuel in.
For those of you who would like more information about how the car's OBDII computer works, and why you have one on your car, you might want to visit http://www.obdii.com/.
For older cars that have carburetor engines, without the fancy fuel injection system computer, we have instructions for working with them as well. The computer component of the Genesis system is not needed for carburetor engine powered vehicles.
In a nutshell, we don't modify the car's computer. We don't modify the sensors. We are not tampering with any of the components of the emissions system. The process is legal, because the emissions control system and exhaust system are not altered, and are certainly not kept from doing their intended jobs. All we're doing is inserting our computer as the communications intermediary between the sensors and the car's computer, so that the computer gets more accurate readings, given that the car now has enriched fuel being fed into the engine instead of traditional gasoline.
ABOUT GENESIS TECHNOLOGY SYSTEMS (GTS)
Genesis Technology Systems (GTS) is managed and owned by high level executives who have owned or bought or sold automobile dealerships or even own franchises of them and have a lot of experience in the industry.
In the first six months of 2009 they are targeting all the dealerships in the United States. They have backing from investors with deep financial pockets and political clout and they are people of impeccable integrity, not intimidated by other special interests. GTS knows that they have the best system out there for improving the fuel economy of vehicles.…
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