Principle of the pantone motor and operation

Water injection in thermal engines and the famous "pantone engine". General informations. Press clippings and videos. Understanding and scientific explanations on the injection of water into engines: ideas for assemblies, studies, physico-chemical analyzes.
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View Capt_Maloche » 12/01/07, 13:55

A cool video from a Pantone experimenter on a mower

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=smQEBW9U ... ed&search=

It seems to work well, but at constant speed
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View Constantine » 28/01/08, 11:24

Hello everyone,
after reading the different articles, I asked myself the following question: is there a way to install a similar system on a home boiler?
I think that is a point that has not yet been ...
please
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View orangebleue » 04/02/09, 07:16

Bonjour.

Anyone know how to get me a Pantone engine? Thank you
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View Hedge » 08/12/09, 14:26

Hello,

I read as much as I could in forums and articles about the Gillier Pantone system. : Cheesy:
I post little because I have not yet had the time to read / understand everything, it is not always easy, there is a sacred quantity of pages and it is sometimes dense and dense for a neophyte.
So I take care not to post things already mentioned unnecessarily. :D

I also read the famous note about the kits.

But I am surprised to see that, now, you recommend it bluntly and quickly!

Which is rather encouraging for a neophyte like me, it almost emboldens me!
Indeed my little knowledge of mechanics slows me down a bit to get started in a self-assembly even if I study it while reading all the posts ...

In short what do you think of the retro nano kit:
http://www.hypnow.fr/retrokit+nano-82.html

and external mounting on a petrol engine:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ka8Mdc39gQU

I have an old 2l 4cyl gasoline engine cooled by forced air all that is more mechanical with 2 double body carbs ...

Voila, I repeat myself, but I can read as much as I can on forums or on Quanthomme, but the soldering and other manipulations and prerequisites that must be known before starting make me hesitate ...
And to see that despite this even those who know a radius go through phases of adjustments and tests - error that I could not even understand or interpret make me think before wrecking everything in the engine ...

So I thought maybe it would be possible to make an external assembly approaching this kit?

Why do the kits always stay on a bubbler system?

In addition, on another aspect of the problem, if Ecopra has received from AGF a document certifying that they insure equipped vehicles, is this valid for all kits or even personal assemblies by extension?

By hoping for my 2nd or 3rd intervention not to pollute neither this thread nor the forums.

Sincerely,
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View gildas » 31/03/10, 00:46

Good evening everyone,

Well, we would have to meet with Christophe to go see an engine manufacturer, telling him that love is better than petroleum money.
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View Hedge » 31/03/10, 21:17

Well obviously it works your tests it looks like !! : Cheesy:

For love you are right I say!
There is a good chance that it will save 30% in addition to water doping ca !!
:D :D : Lol:
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