Go Green Fuel Will Present the Hygenator at World's Best Technologies Showcase
Lancaster, TX based Go Green Fuel Systems announced today that it will be presenting information on its Hygenator at the World's Best Technologies Showcase (WBT) in Arlington, Texas. WBT will be held in the Arlington Convention Center from May 15-16.
HYDROGEN ENRICHMENT TECHNOLOGY The Go Green Hygenator is a precision controlled retrofit Hydrogen and Oxygen Enrichment System designed to substantially reduce toxic emissions and increase fuel economy. The heart of the Hygenator's patented electrolysis fluid dynamics is its patented, non-corrosive anode, which is engineered for one million miles of operation. The on-board, on-demand hydrogen enrichment system provides free flowing hydrogen to an engine's air intake where it is injected into the air flow providing a more complete burn of the primary fuel.
WBT is the premier event showcasing the world's largest collection of undiscovered technologies emanating from top universities, labs, and research institutions from across the country and around the globe. Participating technologies are selected by - and presented to - seasoned venture investors and Fortune 500 licensing scouts representing a variety of industries.
"We are looking forward to presenting information regarding the Go Green Hygenator to such an influential target audience," said Gene Yerant, CEO "The Go Green Hygenator has the potential to increase fuel mileage, increase power, performance and the longevity of the engine, as well as reduce toxic emissions, maintenance costs and downtime for vehicles and equipment. WBT offers Go Green Fuel Systems
a highly visible platform and we welcome the opportunity to demonstrate the Hygenator."
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