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Run Car On Water With Garrett Electrolytic Carb

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Run Car On Water? Yes! With Garrett Electrolytic Carburettor Run Car On Water Now

Garret demonstrated in public how to run a car on water years ago

The old patent documents and drawings for a carburettor which could revolutionize the entire auto industry are now getting much attention due to the high and ever rising cost of gasoline. The Garrett electrolytic carburettor enabled the use of water as fuel and was patented in the year 1935. Gasoline was very cheap then, and remained at low prices up to around the turn of the century. It is for this reason that we feel that the amazing invention was not taken really seriously and was never thoroughly investigated. Now with gasoline reaching ever higher prices there is plenty of interest but also of course much scepticism. Really how can you burn ordinary water to power a vehicle?

For a lot of years there have been stories going around about an amazing invention which allowed a car to use water as fuel. These stories are usually centered around the city of Dallas in Texas where a man known as "Dad" Garrett, a well known inventor,gave a public demonstration of a car running on water in the year 1934.

The public demonstration of this amazing accomplishment took place at White Rock Lake in Dallas. An ordinary car was towed to the lakeside with the gas tank completely empty, then a gallon of water was taken right out of the lake and put into the vehicles fuel tank. The car was then started up very easily, and driven right round the perimeter of the lake. This amazing and near unbelievable demonstration was completely covered by news reporters at the time. A news reel film of the event was also shot which filmed the car filling up with water then proceeding to be driven round the lake with no other fuel but water.

C.H. "Dad" Garrett actually patented his electrolytic carburetor in 1935 at the US Patent Office. The inventor stated in the patent documents that the electrolytic carburettor breaks down ordinary water into its component gases which are oxygen and hydrogen.The hydrogen is then put to use as fuel for the vehicles engine. Garrett gave a public demonstration of a four cylinder engine running for several minutes with starts, stops and running at varying speeds to demonstrate how the invention worked very well. Garrett statedthat he ran this engine for 48 hours with no sign of problems at all.

Garrett says that he did not initiate this idea of using water for fuel first but that his carburettor was the first that was demonstrated to work successfully. Hydrogen is a highly explosive and combustible gas which is difficult to store with safety. This problem can be circumvented by producing the gas and then immediately burning it in the engine so that no storage is required at any time.

The electrolytic carburettor breaks the water down into it's component hydorogen and oxygen gases by passing an electric current through the water with positive and negative electrodes immersed in it. Hydrogen is collected at the negative electrode and is then mixed with air in the carburettor and introduced to the engime and burnt as fuel.

Garrett says that installing an electrolytic carburettor and replacing the vehicle's generator with one of double the normal output are the only changes which are needed to be made to the engine to run it on water. The vehicle will always start instantly in cold or hot weather, with no fire danger and full power is produced even at lower temperatures.

The patent documents from the US Patent Office show detailed drawings of the parts of the carburettor, so that anyone who has the essential skills could make one of these carburettors. The Garrett carburettor was only one of the many attempts made to burn water as fuel, some of which were workable and many of which were not practical. The Garrett electrolytic carburettor invention is certainly the best of these various ideas and was publicly demonstrated to work with the demontrations being filmed in a Pathe news reel.

We have obtaineda copy of the Garrett electrolytic carburettor patent documents with the drawings and we are making copies of them available to people who are interested in this amazing carburettor along with copies of all the printed material which accompanies them in the patent documents. Whether or not this use of water for fuel is a practical idea at present is for you to decide.

Get a copy of this fascinating patent document now.The fact that this invention works properly was publicly proven. Anyone who has the necessary mechanical skills and the right equipment could build this carburettor.

You can read all about it on eBay: http://goo.gl/ifm2E or in our blog http://builddoityourselfprojects.blogspot.ca

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