BUTTERWORTH, Malaysia, July 17 — After serving 13 years in the Royal Army Engineers Regiment, army retiree Abdul Rahman Hussin, 45, put his knowledge and time to good use by coming out with a fuel saving gadget for vehicles.
After two years of experiment, he has come out with his latest model called Hydrogen Booster, a water-based system using hybrid technology.
"The gadget can save up to 60 per cent of fuel consumption depending on the condition of the engine," he told Bernama at his workshop at Kampung Pekan Darat near here Tuesday.
His invention was based on a process of electrolysis where hydrogen gas was produced and channeled to the engine for complete combustion.
At the moment, his products come in three designs, one each for car, motorcycle and lorry, and cost RM299. (PNA/Bernama) hbc/utb