Aluminum And Water Make…Eco-Friendly Fuel!



Alydro reactor
Chemists at Alchemy Research are trying to develop the aluminum-water reaction engine (Alydro) as a new source of cheap and clean recyclable energy. The reaction is well known, it has powered aluminum combined with water at high temperatures, producing heat, aluminum oxide and hydrogen, creating enough fuel to bring a car 1,500 miles per tank. There are significant considerations, as well large ecological benefits to this technology. Among the first ones are refueling your vehicle that engages adding more aluminum, more water, and then taking out all aluminum oxide waste for recycling. Among the benefits are eco-friendliness, massive range and safety of transportation and storage aluminum.
aluminum hydro engine
Via: dvice.com
aluminum hydro ev


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