Aero Marine Engine and Perma-Tune Electronics announce meetings with Middle East engineering firms
Aero Marine Engine and Perma-Tune Electronics have jointly announced that they have been invited to meet with representatives of several consulting and engineering firms in the Middle East in December.
They plan to showcase the Dyna-Cam Engine and advanced Plasma Ignition System, and explore their applications for electrical generation in oil fields by burning oil well waste gases.
Representatives have worked closely with engineering firms with offices in Bahrain, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) in an attempt to determine the feasibility of these products currently being developed for the oil industry. After numerous discussions, the applicable use of Perma-Tune and Dyna-Cam products in the Middle East markets, appears to be valid. A representative from the company will travel to the Middle East in December.
The Dyna-Cam engine is an internal combustion engine where the pistons drive a cam to generate power to the main shaft. The main shaft is in a parallel direction to piston movement, without connecting rods or crankshaft. The engine has approximately 40 percent fewer moving parts than a conventional internal combustion engine, has a greater power to weight ratio, produces high torque at low rpm and operates with less vibration.
Perma-Tune Electronics designs and manufactures high-energy electronic ignition systems for street vehicles, race cars, scientific and industrial applications, space and aviation applications, as well as clean-burning alternative fuel applications. Perma-Tune sells to a well-established network of wholesale distributors. — (menareport.com)
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