Equipped with a Constant Velocity (CV) engine, vehicles would produce far more sustained torque throughout almost the entire RPM range with the same displacement, would burn less than half the fuel and reduce emissions by 70% or greater. These benefits are delivered in a smaller and lighter package that contributes to even better overall fuel economy, yields manufacturing cost savings and offers the virtual elimination of oil and filter changes and their related waste.




In marine applications, improvements to torque significantly impact performance.  Imagine an outboard engine half the size and weight producing the same output. How much better would the vessel perform?  Conversely, in a larger boat, how much more space could be devoted to accommodations if the space the engine occupied was nearly half of what’s currently required to produce the same or better output and performance? The CV Engine can deliver both.




The trucking industry lives or dies by fuel consumption.  Whether the user is an independent trucker or a large fleet operator, slashing fuel use by more than half drives up profits. The reduction in weight of the CV engine and related components allows for more cargo carrying capacity. Carrying more cargo while burning less fuel makes each trip more profitable.




The Constant Velocity Hydro-Drive is a positive displacement piston driven mechanism that uses nearly 100% of the incoming water flow to power a generator to produce electricity. The CV Hydro-Drive is calculated to require less than 20% of the volume of water needed to generate the same amount of electricity produced by turbine based hydro generators today.



Recreational Vehicles

All-terrain vehicles, snowmobiles, personal watercraft and off-road motorcycles would enjoy tremendous performance improvements when equipped with a high torque CV Engine.  Recreational vehicle users would be able to enjoy the activity longer without refueling. Emissions reductions of more than 70% would aid in acceptance of RV’s operated in sensitive land and marine environments.




Municipalities and school districts operating buses equipped with Constant Velocity engines would experience significant fuel savings. Configured to burn natural gas, which is an optimal fuel for a CV Engine, not only would emissions be slashed, but engine durability would be greatly improved over current crankshaft engines that perform poorly when converted to natural gas use.




The CV Engine delivers the same power in a smaller and lighter package.  The fuel savings results in significantly longer run times from the same fuel use, while the already low emissions improve even more when configured to run on fast burning fuels like natural gas.  Fuel flexibility is a hallmark of the CV Engine, allowing for the use of gasoline, diesel, propane, natural gas and other fuels depending on the application.



Heavy Equipment

Burning less than half the fuel of a crankshaft diesel engine, the CV Engine allows for longer intervals between refueling stoppage, keeping equipment operating for more hours of the workday. Diesel fuel degrades when not in use and harbors micro-organisms that can clog fuel filters and results in costly downtime. The ability to use non-deteriorating fuels like natural gas and propane in the CV Engine eliminates these issues.



Ocean Freight

Over 90% of the world’s goods travel over the oceans.  Equipped with multiple CV engines on a common centerline shaft, engines can be engaged for speed or disengaged to reduce fuel consumption and emissions when in harbors, while providing both redundancy and allowing for underway repairs and service. Cargo ship and cruise ship operators would experience massive reductions in fuel consumption, directly impacting shipping costs and carrier profitability.



Rail Freight

The diesel-electric engines in today’s locomotives still consume massive amounts of fuel. The CV Engine could directly replace the diesel engine component, slashing fuel use, lowering emissions and increasing bottom-line profit. Refrigerated rail cars would benefit from the CV Technology configuration as a compressor, allowing for cross country travel without time consuming refueling stops required for today’s less efficient compressors.




The superior power to weight advantages of the CV Engine Technology allows for unique configurations and applications not currently possible with today’s heavier crankshaft-based engines. Helicopters would have a safety advantage, with multiple engines on a common center line shaft, able to operate without an engine should there be a failure. General aviation aircraft could be configured with a lightweight diesel engine. Military drones benefit from a unique multiple module fueled  engine/compressor/air motor configuration, operating on a common center line shaft.



Pumps & Compressors

When configured as a pump or a compressor, the motion transfer efficiency of the CV Technology pump/compressor design requires far less input energy from either a fueled engine or an electric motor, reducing operating costs while providing nearly pulsation free operation from a smaller and lighter package.


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