Our TECHNOLOGY CREATES the cheapest ‘green’ hydrogen in the world.

We harness the hydrogen component of water through a unique, economical, and patented process of electrolysis.

To achieve the HHO state (Hydroxy), water is run through our Hydroxy Generators.  Our tech is robust, durable, safe, economical to scale, efficient, tested, and independently validated.

Our patented technology offers a unique and more efficient process of electrolysis.

The key benefits of the ‘hydroxy generators’ are their lower cost of manufacturing, and considerable durability.


Conventional units last only 5-8 years.
Hydroxy Generators: 10-15-20 years


Conventional: 19-25K
Hydroxy Generators: less than 14k

More than 4x (that’s big savings!)

Independent validation report from Macquarie University completed

  • Flow rate of 300 Litres / KW hr
  • One litre of water produces 1940 litres of hydroxy gas
  • Hydrogen
  • Oxygen
  • Separated with off-the- shelf molecular sieves or cryrogenics
  • Durability analysis completed and other data available


The University testing used direct current and compiled a signed-off report on:

  1. Denigration of steel over time.
  2. Electrolytic efficiency over time.
  3. Hydroxy flow rate per kilowatt hour over time.
  4. Temperature variation of hydroxy generator over time.
  5. Filtration of denigrated material due to electrolysis over time.

Download The Report

  • The report measured the hydroxy cells before and after.
  • The results of the denigration of the steel electrodes is extremely positive.
  • The denigration is minimal, and will last as long as the solar panels, being 25 years! And to replace them, it is straight forward with minimal expense. Making it extremely cost effective.

Hydroxy Generator Advantages

Conventional diaphragm electrolysis technology is expensive to purchase, expensive to scale up, often ‘clogs’ up, with higher maintenance, and less durability. We bring benefits and advancements in all categories, at the most competitive price ever. Hydroxy Generators are clearly the best choice.

No exotic expensive materials (as with competition)

Low maintenance- no obstruction (as with competition)

Scalable, economically achievable (unlike competition)

External separation (competition uses high maintenance internal separation)

Use of our patented protective formulae gives much longer shelf life (4x)

Clean. Safe. Efficient.

Water enters one end, and hydroxy gas cleanly and safely exits the other end, for storage, or imediate use.

Flexible power source

The electrical input can be from any renewable source such as solar etc. or from conventional grid power.

Inventor Spiros

patented Hydroxy generators

Australian Inventor of our breakthrough hydroxy systems, and more.

What is Hydroxy Gas

  • Hydroxy is the mixture of hydrogen and oxygen gas that comes out of the generators.
  • It separates the water from H2O to HHO
  • HHO – makes the Hydrogen available – and has the unique qualities when you burn
  • It reaches high temperatures – hence can be used for waste management
  • Environmental impact : Reducing pollutants, toxins and C02 
  • The Hydrogen is easily separated from oxygen- using molecular sieve or cryogenics
  • HYDROXY GAS IS 2 parts Hydrogen  with 1 part Oxygen
  • HYDROXY GAS reaches 3000 degrees Celsius 

Conventional Electrolysis

The main components required to achieve electrolysis are:
  • A liquid containing mobile ions – an electrolyte
  • An external source of direct electric current
  • Two solid rods or plates known as electrodes
  • Electrolysis is commercially important in the separation of elements
  • Electrolysis of water produces Hydrogen with Oxygen.
  • Use internal diaphragms which clog up slowing down production, increasing maintenance costs
  • Use expensive noble metals such as nickel as electrodes, which makes a very expensive hydrogen production system
  • They have very limited scalability, because they cost too much to run and manufacture

Hydrogen Made From Fossil Fuels

Referred to as ‘Steam Methane Reforming’, natural gas is passed through a catalyst reaction with an external heat source.
It converts methane into hydrogen and carbon monoxide.
It also produces CO2 in this process.
More separation is required to get pure hydrogen.
It is a dirty and costly process..