Internal Combustion

Think of an internal combustion engine as an incinerator. The higher the temperature the incinerator can safely reach, the more powerful it is and its efficiency increases. Piston driven engines have three inputs to produce the explosion within the combustion chamber (power) that drives the piston (which is attached to the connecting rod) down and turns the crankshaft, which channels power through the transmission, which ultimately turns the wheels of the vehicle. Those inputs are Air, Fuel, and Spark. Increasing these three inputs creates more heat (a more powerful explosion when these inputs combine). Heat equals power. Again, the hotter the incinerator, the more powerfully it operates and efficiently it burns its inputs. Air and spark have no consumable cost attached to them. So what we are focused on is fuel. Creating an environment in the racing space where more power can be produced through higher tolerances, or in the commercial space where more power can be created efficiently on the same amount of fuel, lowering emissions and decreasing our dependency on foreign oil.

Internal Combustion

Pandalloy Pistons will allow for higher temperatures (power) to be seen in the combustion chamber, Pandalloy Compressor Side Turbo Wheels will provide more air efficiently in to the combustion chamber, and Pandalloy Connecting Rods will strengthen the transfer of that increase in power while also lowering the rotating mass of the engine, reducing vibration and strain, and increasing life span and efficiency. Air enters the system through the compressor side Turbo Charger Intake(1). The Compressor Side Turbine Wheel made of Pandalloy will spin faster and easier while being thinner to compress the maximum amount of air possible. The air then travels through the system and enters the combustion chamber (4) where it mixes with Fuel and Spark to create the explosion that drives the piston downward. The Piston, made of Pandalloy, can now withstand a higher temperature and create more efficient power on the same amount of air and fuel by burning its inputs completely. The power created through the explosion is transferred to the crankshaft through the connecting rod, which made of Pandalloy is now lighter and stronger, lowering rotating mass and decreasing vibration. The exhaust gas (5) is now forced out of the combustion chamber as the piston comes back up, spinning the turbine wheel and restarting the process.