Denny Klein is the founder and chairman of Hydrogen
Technology Applications out of Clearwater, Florida
and the inventor of its main product called Aquygen.
Aquygen is created by the electrolysis of water,
when H20 is turned into HHO gas. The HHO gas is
then run through an internal combustion engine
to help it displace some fuel and burn more cleanly.
This in turn will increase gas mileage and reduce
Denny Klein has been the figure of controversy
over the past several years as critics have decried
his product as a scam or fraud. However, Klein
has proven his Aquygen product time and again
in trials before the media such as the 1994 Ford
Escort Wagon, a 1998 Ford Ranger pickup truck
and in a Hummer he is developing for the U. S.
It must be noted that although Denny Klein has
demonstrated a prototype of his HHO
generator in cars, he does not have a commercially
available product offered yet. The product that
is being offered is an Aquygen gas generator for
the welding industry based upon generating HHO
gas from water via electrolysis.
HHO gas is sometimes referred to as Klein gas
(because of the innovation of Denny Klein) or
Brown's gas (because of the innovation of Yull
Brown). Hydrogen Technology Applications was founded
in 1997 by Klein and all of its products are based
upon the innovations by Denny Klein.