UniMod Component Layout

The UniMod is a two-cycle opposed piston engine comprised of 2 combustion chambers with 2 pistons per chamber.  Internal combustions impact against a lever arm extracting as much energy as possible. This mechanical force is amplified across the lever arm and directly converted into fluid power. 

A built in super-charger provides air input and unlike most 2-cycles the UniMod engine has what we call “perfect scavenging”. Input air-fuel mixtures are forced up against the exhaust gases in a manner that does not allow the new air-fuel mixture to go out the exhaust ports.  The UniMod operates at a constant speed which keeps the air-fuel mixture controlled reducing harmful emissions. Our current Uni-Mod design is sized to produce roughly 40 HP per module.

UniMod Modularity

All components and operating fluids that make up a UniMod engine are contained in standard shaped modular cases.   Modules are linked together. A Uni-Mod operates solo or in parallel with as many modules needed.  A UniMod module can be easily swapped out of a system for service.  This significantly reduces down time and makes for a very "mechanic friendly" machine.  

UniMod and Crankshaft Engine Comparison

Uni-Mod Variable Stroke Engine
Crankshaft Fixed Stroke Engine

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