Cool Fuel – Restructuring Fuel for Endothermic (Heat-Absorbing) Reaction within Internal Combustion Engines

Our planet seems to be trending hotter. Through the eons, natural forces have driven climate change. But is the internal combustion engine that inefficiently burns hydrocarbon fuels contributing to the acceleration of climate change? Carbon alone is not the culprit since carbon neither holds nor regenerates heat. It is heat generated from engines with red-hot catalytic converters that is the cooling challenge. Water is the best cooling agent since hydrogen and its electrons do have the properties of both absorbing and transferring heat.

AquaNew’s Inventor Rob Gourley is working on restructuring hydrocarbon fuels using DiTetra Gas (4 hydrogen and 2 oxygen or supercharged water) that will create a chemical reaction(s) within internal combustion engines to absorb the heat, or what is called an endothermic reaction. When using the treated fuel, he finds a gain in horsepower, less engine vibration, greater fuel economy (mpg), a reduction in harmful emissions plus the combustion by-product is benign water.

Could his research “save” the internal combustion engine by opening opportunities for new designs? New designs of smaller engines using less heat-resistant materials with a gain in horsepower and lower maintenance costs while at the same time, cleaner, cooler and more efficient fuel consumption that reduce toxic exhaust emissions? New engines that run on an environmentally safer fuel without complex and hazardous additives that can leach into groundwater supplies? If interested in licensing opportunities using the WIT Technology, please email for more information.

For Year 2022, we will update on occasion Rob’s research progress using the DiTetra Gas treated fuel. Here are the links to the separate blogs so far:

January 2022: Racing Dynamics and Introduction to Restructured Fuel