Frequently Asked Questions

We advise all our customers to inform their insurance companies, from feedback most insurance companies just thank their policy holders for informing them.

No, the system is not pressurised and only produces Hydrogen when the engine is on, once the engine is turned off the cell stops producing
No, the system is not dangerous in any way.
CGON Cells have a 5 year guarantee as long as you have the technology serviced once a year, every service is then recorded in your owners manual and stamped by the certified CGON installation centres.
Yes, this can be achieved at your certified CGON centre and will be recorded in your owners manual which will maintain the 5 year guarantee.
You would top up approximately every 5,000 miles with CGON electrolyte solution, which is a weak alkaline mix of KOH (potassium hydroxide) for which we have MSDS certification.
Dependant on how your system is installed, you will either be able to top it up direct in the top of the cell or your system will be installed with a top up tube where the cell is not in view, your installer will guide you through the process.
Although your system doesn’t have any moving parts, we suggest you have your system serviced at least once per year by one of our certified installation centres, this will maintain the validity of your 5 year guarantee.
Yes, your system comes with a standard 1 year guarantee, however is you have your system serviced at least once per year at a certified installation centre we will provide you with a 5 year cover. Subject to terms and conditions in your owners manual.
You will have a wireless device which will indicate your cell is on and when it requires a top up.
This depends on the vehicle you drive and how you drive it. The system will provide you with a fuel enhancement of up to 25% and will reduce your emissions by up to 80%
Most installations take around 1-2 hours.
No, this is a specialised product and requires qualified personnel which are certified by CGON Limited.
It is normally installed within the engine bay, however if room is limited we will install behind the front grill of your vehicle.
Yes, this can be used for any fossil fuelled engine which includes LPG, CNG etc
It utilises the latest modern technology, is CE marked, manufactured to ISO 9001, has been proven to work by Government approval ground Millbrook, Emission Analytics in real road conditions and has been tested by Clarkes Laboratory in the USA as containing no harmful by-products like CR6 unlike other systems throughout the world.
It has been tested by Government approval ground Millbrook, Emission Analytics in real road conditions, Clarkes laboratory in the USA and against 7 British Standards.
International Patent applied
Yes, your vehicle will return to normal aspiration if there's not enough water to operate.
It is NOT solely distilled water that is added to our system, included is our electrolyte solution which makes the hydrogen. Just using distilled water will degrade the electrolyte concentration, this is why we sell and provide our own solutions.
The cell will only use approximately 50ml of water every 3000 miles, 1 litre will last approximately, 60000 miles. The water top-up is sold by the litre at £7.00 including VAT and p&p. (UK Mainland).
Some vehicles require connection prior to the air sensor and some post air sensor - it is dependent on the vehicle and our installation staff are fully trained to know which is best.
The electrical connection is direct to the battery, however it is connected to our electronic control system which is a separate system which monitors the condition of the cell and manages the powering on and off.
Through the CGON electronic control system controls all the production of gases specifically for your vehicle.
It does not increase the BHP, however for those towing or carrying heavier loads you will find a slight increase in torque allowing for less gear changes and a smoother drive.
The system and its components have no moving parts, the metals used within are pure metals so they do not degrade.
The system is switched on and off by the car’s ignition. You also have a wireless fob which indicates on / off. To switch the system off completely (e.g. to carry out mechanical works etc.) there is a fuse connector holding the fuse which can easily be removed.


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