- Neil Dazo has been awarded as the "Outstanding Filipino Inventor of the Philippines" for his water gasoline invention.
- The Tubig na Gasolina can run all types of vehicles that were previously powered by gasoline or diesel.
- The people are hoping he would get the support from the government
Noli Dazo, a Filipino inventor, has discovered a way to minimize the cost spent on gasoline for the Filipino people, Philippine residents, and maybe the whole human population.
Called the Dazo Water Fuel Hydrogen or better known as the Tubig na Gasolina or Water Gasoline, the Outstanding Filipino Inventor of the Philippines has discovered that water can take the place of the gasoline and run vehicles of all kinds, including trucks, cars, motorcycles, and more. The Tubig na Gasolina can take the place of either the gasoline or the diesel.
On a video posted on Dazo’s Facebook page, Dazo explained what his discovery can do. The video has since become viral after citizens were amazed by his invention.
The inventor, a computer science and engineering graduate from College of Southern Nevada, also talked about how his invention works and how the people can benefit from it, especially the tricycle drivers from all around the Philippines.
According to Dazo’s post, he said that his invention burns quickly and is cleaner and more powerful.
“With 3 times the power as standard petrol or diesel, and this, in turn, helps to fully ignite and burn the standard fuel going into the engine,” Dazo wrote.
In addition, Dazo said that “Tubig Na Gasolina” is able to provide a more improved power as “you need less acceleration, therefore, less fuel to go the same speed.”
“Finally, as the bi-product of burning ‘Tubig Na Gasolina’ is water (more specifically steam) this will cool the engine, making it run cooler, therefore, more efficient, plus you get a ‘steam cleaning’ effect on the old carbon deposits inside the engine, giving more benefits for the engine,” he added.
As of present, the people are hoping that the inventor will get the support of President-elect Rodrigo Duterte and the incoming administration.