Alpha H2 Limited, a subsidiary of United H2 Limited, is launching a new range of retrofittable hydrogen injection kits. The kits can be connected to diesel or petrol internal combustion engines to reduce fuel costs by up to 20% and minimize carbon emissions.
The kits use electrolysers to produce hydrogen onboard and inject it into the engine to replace fuel usage and reduce emissions. The company claims that the units can be used for all types of engines and applications, including trucks, boats, cars, generators, utes, vans, and heavy machinery.
Alpha H2 says that it has received the first set of hydrogen injection systems for sale and will begin taking orders from next week. The company has not yet announced pricing for the kits, but says that they will be “cost-effective” and will provide a return on investment for customers.
Hydrogen injection kits work by injecting hydrogen gas into the engine’s intake manifold. The hydrogen gas then mixes with the incoming air and fuel, and burns more efficiently than fuel alone. This results in lower fuel consumption and emissions.
If successful, Alpha H2’s hydrogen injection kits could have a significant impact on the transportation and industrial sectors. By reducing fuel costs and emissions, the kits could help to make businesses more competitive and reduce the environmental impact of transportation and industry.
Alpha H2’s hydrogen injection kits are a promising new technology that could help to reduce fuel costs and emissions. However, the company will need to address the challenges of cost and hydrogen availability in order to be successful.