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Single-Stroke Engines

Our technology is able to reduce GHG pollution (CO2) by a third using today’s globally available as-built infrastructure, while costing less than half of existing comparable engines (4-stroke)

Single-Stroke Engine Characteristics:

Compared to top-line automotive gasoline fuelled internal combustion engines used today.

Single-Stroke Engine Operation Animation

Innovative approach of the Internal Combustion with a few revolutionary solutions

Efficiency

Is 70% more efficient
– reduced fuel usage

Light and Powerful

Same power at 80% less weight – 500% improvement

Emissions

Produces 80% fewer pollutants and 33% less GHG’s
– clean engine

Simple

Has 90% fewer parts
– reduced complexity and improved reliability

Cost

Has 50% less cost to build,
and 33% less cost to run
– competitively priced

Alternate fuels

Designed to operate on Hydrogen and other bio fuels
– transitional technology

DUAL CHAMBER

firing in a single cylinder
– every stroke is the power stroke

QUIETER PERFORMANCE

2 Cylinder Boxer
– very good NVH

SIMPLY ASPIRATED

Direct injection
– no valves and no camshaft

RECOVERED HEATLOSS

Generated Heat is Harvested and Converted to MOTION FORCE

AXIAL ACTION

No eccentric loading on the sidewall of the cylinder

INNOVATIVE CRANKSHAFT

Innovative OPPOSINGLY ROTATING CRANK-SHAFT

Single-Stroke Engine Prototypes Videos

Welcome to the cutting-edge world of the AMP SS-2B 500CCA and AMP SS-2B 2600CCW Prototype Engines. These revolutionary single-stroke engines boast an innovative design backed by an impressive portfolio of twelve granted patents across various global jurisdictions. Its exceptional efficiency promises to transform the industry as we know it. To showcase the engine's prowess, we invite you to explore our selection of three captivating videos featuring this groundbreaking prototype in action. PCT patents validate its performance, guaranteeing the highest quality technology you can trust. Step into the future of engines with the Single-Stroke Engines Prototypes.

AMP SS-2B 500CC A Prototype - 1st tests March 2019

Discover the AMP SS-2B 500CC A Prototype Engine's initial tests conducted in March 2019. Witness the innovative single-stroke design in action, showcasing its promising performance and efficiency. Click to watch the video and explore the future of engines.

AMP SS-2B 500CC A Prototype - ongoing durability tests November 2020

In this compelling video, observe the engine undergoing rigorous ongoing durability tests conducted in November 2020. Marvel at its resilience as it endures extensive trials, ensuring it meets the highest industry standards. The engine's exceptional performance throughout these demanding tests reaffirms its groundbreaking design and unwavering quality. Join us as we witness the AMP SS-2B 500CC A Prototype pushing the boundaries of endurance and reliability. Click to view the video and witness the future of engines in action.

AMP SS-2B 2600CC W Prototype - building and tests Oct 2018  - Mar 2019

Prepare to be amazed by the 2nd Generation Single-Stroke Engine SS-2B 2600CCW! This captivating video showcases the pinnacle of engineering excellence, boasting an astonishing 260HP while weighing a mere 95 kg. Witness the power and efficiency of this innovative marvel as it outperforms its predecessors. From its enhanced strength to its unrivaled efficiency, the SS-2B 2600CCW redefines what a modern engine can achieve. Don't miss the chance to experience the future of automotive technology. Click to watch the video and witness the better, stronger, and more efficient era of engines.

Our Single-Stroke Engine Prototypes

SS-GEN1 Mk3

AMP SS-2B 200 CC A

Our latest build of the Single-Stroke Engine GEN1 has smaller displacement and is ultra-lightweight for applications in UAVs and other smaller special-purpose crafts.

The engine is entering the optimization stage.

SS-GEN1 Mk2 DCRC

AMP SS-2B 560 CC A DCRC

This version of the Single-Stroke Engine has a unique design with two Dual Counter Rotating Crankshafts (DRDC) on opposite sides and cylinders that are fitted in the center of the engine.
Specific design for use in UAVs and VTOLS.