HOW IT WORKS 2019-05-26T19:52:55+10:00


Diesel Fuel Reforming

Diesel Fuel Reforming

Diesel Fuel Reforming has eliminated the need for the hydrogen infrastructure as it produces it’s own fuel on board the vehicle

Diesel Fuel Reforming; this process is used to extract Hydrogen enriched Syn-Gas and replaces the old system comprising Hydrogen Cylinders

This makes it possible to use mixtures of hydrogen Enriched Syn-gas with conventional hydrocarbon fuels such as gasoline, nio diesel, natural gas, diesel and propane to reduce emissions of unburnt hydrocarbons.

The biggest advantage of using hydrogen enriched syn-gas is that only a little is required to act as a catalyst. Using hydrogen enriched syn-gas as a combustion stimulant makes it possible for other fuels to meet future requirements for lower exhaust emissions in Australia and an increasing number of additional countries.

The end result is the only proven system for greenhouse gas emission reduction and diesel engine efficiency improvement in Australia.

Our System produces renewable energy technology that reforms the vehicle’s own fuel to generate a hydrogen enriched syn-gas.

You may have heard of the hydrogen generator that uses the electrolysis of water to produce hydrogen for an engine.

The produced gas is called Browns Gas and is a mixture of oxygen and hydrogen, which is an extremely flammable gas due to its composition ratio. Safety concerns are incredibly high due to this fire risk.

In the old system, the use of compressed hydrogen ensures that there is a ready supply for a reasonable journey. This purer form of hydrogen remains at a concentration that is too high to support combustion until it is actually discharged into the engine intake, which in comparison to Browns Gas, is a much safer option.

Role of Computer Chip System in HEMS

The use of hydrogen syn-gas as a fuel enhancer is a new technology!

The computer chip designed by HEMS Engineers plays a major part as it controls the syn-gas production and delivery into the engine’s air in-take, thus resulting in an optimum fuel savings.