AQUAHOL is an automotive fuel process in which precisely-measured amounts of H2O are injected into an alcohol-powered combustion engine. AQUAGAS is a very similar fuel process, but refers to an engine running on gasoline or gasohol. Both AQUAHOL and AQUAGAS fuel processes are made possible by the exact same device, the low-cost high-efficiency LFC 's H2O Injector (which can be added to most cars and trucks as an after-market installation by a certified mechanic, or installed OEM prior to the sale of new cars).

So why has such a clean technology not been adopted yet by the car companies? There have been many reasons over the years... market pressures, inertia, lack of emissions laws, lobbying by special interest groups, etc. But that is all history. With the alarming rise of global warming, nations must be made aware that an efficient solution to both emission control and fuel supply is already available.

There are over 400 million motor vehicles on the road worldwide, and something EFFECTIVE has to be done immediately about the emissions coming from all of those engines, every hour of every day. We cannot wait for all of the cars and trucks in the world to be replaced by fuel-cell-powered vehicles, a process which could take 20 to 30 years. The H2O Injector is a real solution with real results, and it is available for widespread installation on vehicles at the national level.

Clean vs. Polluting Fuels

The United Nations Environmental Fact Sheet #25 states that the burning of fossil fuels is the highest contributor of CO2 emissions. Ethanol fuels contain 35% oxygen and are much cleaner burning than gasoline fuels. Furthermore, ethanol is a renewable resource.

AQUAHOL (created by combining ethanol and water using the LFC Injector) is the CLEANEST fuel. Ethanol contains 35% oxygen and H2O contains 89% oxygen (by molecular weight) thereby making AQUAHOL the cleanest-burning choice.




Licensed chemist Domenico Chiovitti at OTI Petroleum Labs demonstrating the comparison of emissions from burning

1. gasoline; 2. alcohol; 3. alcohol and water mixed together.

But why Aquahol and not E85 fuel?

A quote from  Allan Yeomans
10/08/2010 11:09:23 PM

Ethanol has slightly less energy per litre but is also slightly lighter so at least for aircraft, range is unaltered. Plus with ethanol we can go back to the higher compression engines that needed lead and had better efficiency and so used less fuel. But really global warming is the big issue here, that is unless you are one of those petroleum programmed global warming sceptics. And yes maybe the Earth is flat. I did write to Holden some time back and suggested they include an extra tank and set up the engine to also run on straight hydrous ethanol. It’s expensive to remove the last drops of water to produce anhydrous ethanol. So hydrous ethanol is much cheaper. E85 engines suit the oil companies. Most US cars are now E85 compatible but the owners often don’t know. So E85 sales have been kept down. Oil interests are happy, and people will eventually forgive and forget the Gulf of Mexico (with suitable PR) . Engines that can run on straight hydrous ethanol are the real threat to the petroleum companies and the Middle East states.


H2O Injector

The revolutionary H2O Injector is an inexpensive add-on device (for cars with combustion engines) which reduces emissions and increases mileage, and can even allow regular cars to run on 75-octane gasoline or ethanol fuels.

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The H2O Injector can be installed on many conventional engines, and uses a special LFC formula to protect alcohol-sensitive engine components. The complete system costs $500 USD fully installed (averaging 2-3 hours to install on most cars).

AQUAHOL is the separate injection of 80% ethanol and 20% water (H2O). Since water contains 89% oxygen (by molecular weight) and ethanol contains 35% oxygen, complete effective combustion occurs. AQUAHOL is classified by the U.S. Department of Agriculture as being 800% more efficient than gasohol, which is a blend of 90% gasoline and 10% ethanol (currently mandated by U.S. law and also adopted worldwide).

The added oxygen provides for better combustion, and therefore fewer emissions (such as carbon monoxide and NOx). It also continuously "steam-cleans" the engine, increasing its lifespan.

Tests conducted by the S.A.E., the E.P.A. (California), the Hollywood (Florida) Police Department, Pepsi-Cola, Marriott Hotels, CarQuest and others have all reported savings on mileage ranging from:

E.P.A. - 25%

S.A.E. - 40%

Marriott - 40%S

Police - 40%

Invented 32 years ago  (From the USDA)