An Analysis of Test Findings by Matt Shaddeck - NVI Partner & Chief Engineer
August 10, 2011.

Hydrogen Generator Savings Are Confirmed The Northern Illinois University (NIU) Hydrogen Generator Test report was given to us through their legal Department. This 27 page document is in its original form and available upon request.

CLICK HERE to see the NIU report in .pdf format.

The Northern Illinois University report clearly shows a reduction in emissions, while adding torque and horsepower. The statistical analysis, within the scope of the short-run tests (20 minute), even after deducting the effect of using a 12 volt battery as the electrical supply, still showed a marked improvement.

Please understand the total impact of our technology to your specific application will vary with engine size, driving conditions, even the weather. But the overall benefit measurements, consistent with tests at NIU, should prevail.

Runs done at 1500 and 2500 rpm show significant gains in horsepower and torque, as other scientific tests (attached) confirm as well.

Given the size of the engine tested and the fact that our system was donated to the University for test purposes through a third person entity, National Vapor had no input as to how the system was to be eventually attached to the test regimen. Our research department statement is as follows:

"Our system was designed to be connected to a continuously charged non-diminishing power source, so our gas production within the cell was not uniform throughout the tests performed by NIU. The gas supplied by our system was not monitored to show the liters per minute/hour, that were being supplied to the engine. But the .51 percent increase in overall engine efficiency, over the lifetime of the engine tests, would amount to massive savings in fuel and greenhouse gas emissions.

"All of the National Vapor fuel assist systems which have been added to internal combustion engines and other devices, have performed as the NIU tests indicate by increasing engine efficiency and providing an overall reduction in greenhouse gases."

There are a great many variables among the different internal combustion systems that have our units installed and the one main thing that always comes forward is our systems work, and do exactly what the University tests indicate.

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