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Title: UTOPIATECH : yet more than 75% Mileage economy.
Post by: NerzhDishual on September 12, 2007, 03:35:00 AM

UTOPIATECH : Plus de 75% d'?conomie de carburant.

For those who could be interested in, an affidvit from a process server.
Pour ceux que cela pourrait interesser, un rapport d'huissier.

http://freenrg.info/UTOPIATECH/PROCES_VERBAL_2.pdf (http://freenrg.info/UTOPIATECH/PROCES_VERBAL_2.pdf)
In French. Sorry
The French web site is: http://www.utopiatech.fr (http://www.utopiatech.fr)

You can also consult the september-october 2007 issue of the French version of
NEXUS magazine.

More *very* amazing things to come soon from Jean Marc Moreau (UTOPIATECH).


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Title: Re: UTOPIATECH : yet more than 75% Mileage economy.
Post by: TheOne on September 12, 2007, 04:39:06 AM
this one only generate 35L HHO hours at the begining and go to 50L HHO hours after some time, you can do it yourseft and even get better result, ZeroFossilFuel on youtube is able to do 1L min with a very small cell

they seam to have bigger format to support to 200L HHO hours but its basically a bigger cell :)

they also say they do 1L HHO hour with 3-4watts

For the price nothing on the site, the only price i see is 14000$ for the truck version LOL
Title: Re: UTOPIATECH : yet more than 75% Mileage economy.
Post by: NerzhDishual on September 13, 2007, 10:08:41 AM

@TheOne

I did not take the time to ckeck the UTOPIATECH Website. It is absolutely not "up to date".

The new  device  produces more than m3/hour of hydrogen  (input energy: about 0.1 wattt/hour for one liter).
Actually it produces enough hydrogen to run the car on water only.
But running on water (hydrogen) only  without motor modifications is not advised. Is it?

(http://freenrg.info/UTOPIATECH/UtopiaDevice.jpg)

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Title: Re: UTOPIATECH : yet more than 75% Mileage economy.
Post by: TheOne on September 13, 2007, 06:09:14 PM
how the unit cost?