MWI technology is a microwave-based cavity ignition process that can be used in all internal combustion engines that are supplied with liquid or gaseous fuel. The technology promises a drastic reduction in fuel consumption (up to 30% achievable) while maintaining full engine performance.
At present, we are measuring a reduction of 13-20% in test series, although the optimization potential has not yet been fully exploited. The technology of the MWI spark ignition process meets the latest EU requirements from 2021 to 2030 in terms of fuel consumption and pollutant reduction. A great advantage of MWI technology is that the previous engine designs do not have to be modified; only the ignition system needs to be replaced. In addition, at least in theory, a sharp reduction in pollutant emissions (up to 80% achievable) can be expected. No measurement results are yet available for the pollutants, however, a reduction in fuel of 15%, for example, can also be assumed to reduce CO2 by 15-30%.
Board of Directors
Armin Gallatz, Volker Gallatz
Form of Enterprise
“With this technology, we can operate all internal combustion engines that are running on liquid or gaseous fuel. Regardless of whether gasoline, kerosene, diesel and of course synthetic fuels, which will become increasingly important in the future ”
Chairman MWI AG
REDUCTION OF FUEL CONSUMPTION
The technology promises drastic reductions in fuel consumption (up to 30% achievable) while maintaining full engine performance.
DECREASE IN POLLUTANT EMISSION
With the technology of the MWI spark ignition process, the latest EU requirements in terms of consumption and pollutant reduction within the engine can be met.
MWI technology can be used in all internal combustion engines that are running on liquid or gaseous fuel. Diesel, kerosene, alcohol, gasoline fuels and regenerative fuels such as e-fuel and blue Diesel are possible.
"With the first series of measurements, the MWI team has already proven that the technology has huge potential for saving fuel and reducing pollutants."
Dr. Heiner Pollert
CEO Patentpool Group