British manufacturer CGON has released a revolutionary new range of hydrogen additive injection products that can reduce engine emissions by up to 80% and offer fuel savings of up to 20%.
Developed over the last eight years at its research and development facility in the United Kingdom and tested extensively on the road, CGON’s independently verified technology significantly reduces emissions such as CO2, HC, NOx, PM and PN.
Designed, produced and manufactured in the UK, the 100% recyclable ezero hydrogen additive injection box is fitted within the engine bay and can be used on any fossil fuel engine, from petrol to diesel to LPG.
The system works by introducing small amounts of very pure, very powerful hydrogen directly into the inlet chamber where it combines with the fuel-air mixture. The resulting hydrogen-fuel-air mix – which has a cooler burn that’s faster than a conventional mix – creates a more complete combustion cycle.
The result is that almost all waste gases are eliminated, drastically reducing harmful emissions. And because CGON’s technology increases engine efficiency, less fuel is used, with real-world drivers reporting savings of up to 20%. In addition, in a diesel engine, the much cleaner emissions also put less stress on the particulate filter resulting in reduced maintenance and time off the road.
CGON’s technology uses the correct chemistry to efficiently create hydrogen by electrolysis. Fitting takes about an hour and costs under £460 including VAT for retail users.