Why are manufacturers not more interested in doping with Giller-Pantone water?
The good practical results of a water injection using a Gillier Pantone system are undeniable, as proof of the montage at the Town Hall of Vitry. Why is this system not currently being developed more by manufacturers?
Here are some food for thought
- They are interested, but marketing is not yet planned
- Reproducibility or stability of results that are difficult to master
- Poor understanding of the system
- Intellectual laziness
- Fear of the establishment
- System in the public domain, difficult to patent
- System too simple to interest engineers (doping led to equivalent or better results than the development of high pressure diesel injection, the development of which took more than 10 years and millions of engineering hours).
- Bad image of the system relayed by Pantone but also by certain "actors" (formation of certain very dubious "organic" groups).
- NIH (Not Invented Here) see here
- Industrial or especially mental inertias
- Improved lifespan that is not profitable for engine manufacturers (who alone have the means to really develop this kind of system)
- Applicable on old engines not favorable to the purchase of new engines