The springless valve system was invented by the company in 2005 and few months later a prototype was created and installed on a standard engine. The construction allows saving of over 30% of the aluminum compared to the ordinary valve system. The practical tests showed 13,5 times lower rotation resistance as compared to the ordinary valve system. These two characteristics result in 5-8% of fuel economy and reduce the release of harmful emissions in the atmosphere.

The invention features great wearing-out resistance, lower production, material and maintenance costs, simplified design and implementation without changes in the mechanism of the current automobile production lines.

The company analysed the currently patented inventions in this field and has not found models with the characteristics presented by the proposed innovation. Moreover, the market research showed that none of the current inventions are part of a batch production cycle.

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