Balabar This page was last edited on 14 Decemberat Dingel believes that the reason why government refuses to recognize his invention is because many government officials actually hold interests in the oil industry. Stan Meyer may have had a successful unit but it is still not properly understood by most people. Host IP Address Country ns1. Spin The Lucky Wheel! Dingel explains that his invention splits producing hydrogen from water in an onboard water tank  and does not produce any carbon emissions. Not Applicable Facebook Comments: It has a global traffic rank of 4, in the world.
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Daniel D. Americans from Clark and Subic provided the lad opportunities for a predominantly technical education. Dingel admits that he once nurtured the ambition to study for the priesthood but Providence willed otherwise, Still, he firmly decided to commit his God-given talent for invention to the service of humanity. Skeptics It was in the early 80s that Dingel came into the national limelight with his declaration that he had discovered a way to make a vehicle run on water.
This was in the wake of the first world oil crisis of the mids which stunned everyone into realizing that petroleum was fast-dwindling natural resource and that western nations had to knock their noggins together to come up with alternative sources of fuel, fast. Covered by international media Foreigners came flocking to grill Dingel about his invention, and a year or so later, one of them declared that the claim was hoax.
But Dingel stuck to his guns and let Philippine authorities objectively evaluate his claim. Test drives In , Dingel said, he drove his car from Metro Manila to Laguna over a distance of kilometers mi. Then water passes through two reactors in the engine which splits it into hydrogen and oxygen to trigger off combustion. More demos Dingel is wary of securing a local patent for his water fuel invention, but papers for this are under process.
Although he would like to help our struggling country resolve its economic problems, Dingel hesitates to deal with government agencies. For instance, in one project costing a double-digit sum in millions of pesos he was told that he would clinch the deal if he were willing to come across with about 80 per cent of total project cost in kickbacks.
That, he says, left a bad taste in his mouth. So he abandoned it. Other dreams Dingel too has dreams of his own. He has embodied those in an organizational chart of sorts in which future firms of his projected conglomerate — consisting of real estate, housing, solar energy generation, agribusiness, newspaper and magazine publishing ventures — would pool all their profits for the benefit of the poor in what he would like to call the Dingel Humanitarian Foundation.
The shifting of gears was flawless, the acceleration was effortless and the ride as a whole as normal as you can get from a well-tuned, well-maintained luxury car except that this was not an ordinary car. From the outside, however, the Lancer Super Saloon was like any of the thousands turned out by the assembly plant. The body, the tires, the suspension system, the cooling system, even parts of the engine. The main difference, however, is that this car runs on water.
Yes, ordinary, tap water which you and I get from our faucets. The car generated so much interest and inquiry that Dingel at one time or another had to explain the concept to representatives of American and Japanese car companies, top government officials, Filipino scientists at the National Science Development Board, Philippine Inventions Development Institute, mechanics, car buffs and many others and almost singularly, all agreed that the thing works. The Bulletin chief mechanic, Rolly Salazar, also had doubts in the beginning.
But when he observed the system, he too, joined the ranks of believers. The car, by no means, runs on water alone. Gasoline is also needed but only to start the engine. Once the engine starts, the gas supply is automatically cut-off.
This was attested to by BT mechanic Salazar who himself blocked the fuel line leading to the carburetor. Dingel says that an engine powered by water becomes very efficient and more powerful. Dingel says that his research showed that gasoline shortens the life of an engine because of carbon formation. This formation, he adds, serves as a grinding compound on the parts of the engine and contaminates the oil.
True water causes rust, but rust burns along with water and that burning of water reduces wear, tear and friction. Dingel also claims that the car is a proven fuel saver. From Manila to Laguna, a distance of kilometers, he said he consumed 15 liters of water and half a liter of gasoline. He said he also tested the car in America and run it from Detroit to Florida. He used up 60 liters of water and two liters of gasoline during the travel.
It was also there that some American experts viewed his invention. He said they were satisfied with the results. Someone from BMW, the German car firm, also came to visit and though satisfied with the car, he wanted to be convinced some more and requested that Dingel dismantle the car. Dingel refused. He has always been wary of people wanting to open up the engine because he is afraid that someone might steal the concept and use it for their own benefit.
Dingel says that the secret of his car is in the innovations he put in the engine which was a product of 14 years of research. It was, at first, a hit-and-miss thing, he recalls. Sometimes the engine would overheat, other times, the compartments would be flooded, on occasions the spark-plug would malfunction or some important part would rust.
Finally he corrected all the flaws and the engine now works perfectly. Dingle says that the benefit from a water-powered car, once it is mass-produced, is so staggering that it simply will bogle the mind.
For instance, he said, if the Philippine government would invest into it, which he, however, doubts, there will be a big drop in the consumption of oil and therefore a giant saving in foreign exchange.
The money saved will then be plowed back into the economy, creating more jobs and so forth and so on. What then is stopping Dingel from producing it in a joint venture with other interested persons?
I just want to make sure that these inventions get into hands who will not use them for their own selfish motives. I was able to come up with this car because I have always wanted to make life better for the people, especially the poor. Eduardo Tan, assigned by the Filipinas Foundation Inc.
They all congratulated Dingel, says Atty. Tan and that was the last time Dingel heard from them. Tan, who has tested the car on a km. Who can say what their motives are? But I do know that no private company would be in a position to manufacture the car here. The investment would run into hundreds of millions or billions of pesos. Only the government has that money.
What happened to the proposals of foreign investors? Dingel says flatly that he was not pleased with any of the proposals. I am looking for selfless, honest investors. Alarilla; Motoring Section, Philippine Daily Inquirer Thursday, August 12, The year was a landmark year for a number of reasons, including the conquest of space and cyberspace. In the Philippines, was also the year that a Filipino inventor claims to have started tinkering with a revolutionary concept for the automotive industry.
His idea? To power cars using hydrogen derived from ordinary water. And, 30 years later, inventor Daniel Dingel is driving around in the only water-powered car in the world, still complaining that Filipino government officials and scientists refuse to support his invention. Dingel attributed this to the influence of multinational companies, notably the oil companies. In fact, while hydrogen is being touted as a viable alternative fuel in the US and other countries, these prototypes do not make use of ICEs but fuel cell engines, nor do they run on ordinary water but on liquid hydrogen.
Also, Dingel claims that his reactor can work with any existing ICE-based car. According to Dingel, some investors from Taiwan now plan to commercialize his car and help him get an international patent.
Sounds like something the Jeep ni Erap could use to reduce friction with the media. Moreover, since, as Inquirer contributor Vernon Sarne pointed out, the Jeep ni Erap is alcohol-fed, EMF would make the jeep even more environment-friendly by reducing the emission of noxious fumes. Dingel, who has never revealed the secret to his invention, which he began in , questioned the verdict but said he did not mind going to jail at his age. As of late Friday, he remained at large.
John Ding Young of Formosa Plastics Group, a Taiwanese company, which gave it to him as research and development funds. They were also told that fuel from water had clean emissions as it did not produce carbon the way gasoline did.
He said it was then that Dingel began ignoring his communications. But I must say the guy made a lot of sense. Dingel believes that the reason why government refuses to recognize his invention is because many government officials actually hold interests in the oil industry.
Dingel told me that he presented this invention to a number of Presidents but only Erap expressed interest. Dingel is something already. He might not see the day when his invention is finally recognized by any government. Up to now, he says he is not interested in selling his technology to foreigners because he wants Filipinos to benefit from it first. Let us do away with egos and ambitions and open our eyes, minds and hearts in finding solutions to this worsening problem.
He also used his EMF Oil treatment which is a plant-derived synthetic oil additive which reduces the coefficient of friction to almost zero in any mechanical device which is lubricated with oil.
No air filter and he had slightly modified the air intake to let more air in past the throttle valve and to incorporate the HHO gas feed pipe. LPG engines should be a lot easier to work with and convert as they should have hardened valve seats in them already. All the best,.
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Daniel D. Americans from Clark and Subic provided the lad opportunities for a predominantly technical education. Dingel admits that he once nurtured the ambition to study for the priesthood but Providence willed otherwise, Still, he firmly decided to commit his God-given talent for invention to the service of humanity. Skeptics It was in the early 80s that Dingel came into the national limelight with his declaration that he had discovered a way to make a vehicle run on water. This was in the wake of the first world oil crisis of the mids which stunned everyone into realizing that petroleum was fast-dwindling natural resource and that western nations had to knock their noggins together to come up with alternative sources of fuel, fast. Covered by international media Foreigners came flocking to grill Dingel about his invention, and a year or so later, one of them declared that the claim was hoax. But Dingel stuck to his guns and let Philippine authorities objectively evaluate his claim.
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I encourage people to have a read about oil and water emulusion to understand it more which will give you faniel on improving economie or using the system as an add on to your fuel system to understand it. But I must say the guy made a lot of sense. Orphaned articles from October All orphaned articles Articles with hCards. Meta Tags of moe-joe-working. Gallery is a fine art photography and digital print studio located at 29 N. Updated 3 years 11 months ago.