About The Engine
- Fuel is atomized and burned in a patented centrifuge combustion change or heat from a different heat source.
- Superheated steam (a) enters cylinders (b) through an advanced value system (not pictured).
- Steam enters cylinders under pressures to 320 psi.
- Six radial pistons on a patented spider bearing turn the crankshaft.
- Steam escapes cylinders (a) condensing into water (b) collecting in sealed pan.
- Blowers force air through the condenser to speed cooling process.
- Combustion air is pre-heated from (a) condensing unit and (b) exhaust ports.
- Water is preheated by (a) passing through coiled tubes around exhaust ports of cylinders before (b) entering primary heat exchanger coils restart cycle.
Water-lubricated 6 cylinder engine
- generates extremely high front-end torque in a compact, lightweight package.
Condenser with air-cooling
- compact, efficient, and closed-loop (no top-off).
Three heat regenerative processes
- increases engine efficiency.
All Fuel combustion chamber burns cleanly completely to create super-heated steam in layers of coils. No pressure vessel.