About The Engine

Heat Process

  1. Fuel is atomized and burned in a patented centrifuge combustion change or heat from a different heat source.
  2. Superheated steam (a) enters cylinders (b) through an advanced value system (not pictured).

Mechanical Process

  1. Steam enters cylinders under pressures to 3200 psi.
  2. Six radial pistons on a patented spider bearing turn the crankshaft.

Cooling Process

  1. Steam escapes cylinders (a) condensing into water (b) collecting in sealed pan.
  2. Blowers force air through the condenser to speed cooling process.

Regenerative Process

  1. Combustion air is pre-heated from (a) condensing unit and (b) exhaust ports.
  2. 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.