Brown’s Gas Articles and Photos

Although this is not new, this link is a treasure of information about Brown’s Gas.


A process which develops a “gas” from ordinary water invented by Yull Brown (originally a Bulgarian citizen who escaped to Turkey during communism time and later moved to Australia) and now deceased. The water is converted into a completely safe compressed stochimetric hydrogen and oxygen mixture. The flame of this gas under the right lighting conditions, normally almost transparently colorless, can be seen to possess a small blue cone, as it emits from a torch, with a longer, pale red-blue extension. Within its overall sheath are several distinct regions called “mantles”. The most unusual property of the flame is that it is not formed as a set of explosions, as are ordinary flames, but as a set of implosions. Read more 

Brown’s Gas Presentations

George Wiseman (, British Columbia, Canada

Mircho Tabakov, Gorni Bogrov, Bulgaria

Brown’s Gas Presentation, 1996