Market Benefits

Greater Power

Significantly more torque output compared to a similar sized diesel engine. This is a result of the linear transfer drive rollers following a sinusiodal cam lobe having a 45 degree angle [1 to 1 slope] over two thirds of the entire combustion cycle, whereby the position of the linear arms provide a constant lever length throughout the power stroke.

Cheaper to Run

Smaller in size, lighter in weight, and offering greater kinetic efficiency. The engine has an extremely low operational rev range and can idle at slightly below 200 rpm. This means that fewer combustion events occur when idling or running under normal load. Simple stated less fuel is required. These factors result in dramatic improvements in normal day-to-day operational fuel efficiency.

Environmentally Cleaner

Less friction and heat create a cooler running engine as the engine has no side loadings between the piston skirt and cylinder wall, substantially reducing it's requirements for oil lubrication. Residual diesel on the cylinder walls in conjunction with ceramic coatings should provide the lubrication needed. This in turn will reduce total hydrocarbon emissions, providing a cleaner burning engine.

Cheaper To Build

Fewer parts [less than fifty core parts], no intricate castings or extensive machining. The engine can be assembled by hand using a single assembly technician. No specialised tooling or training is required.