Use of existing engine

Our product is based on preserving the engine and converting it in such a way that it belongs to the highest environmental class we know, completely emission-free.
How do we convert all engines, this applies to both petrol engines and diesel engines. Engines that run on LNG can be converted in the same simple way.

We remove the head from the engine and put our head on the block. Our head no longer has inlet valves, because the air is forced into the former combustion chamber under high pressure. As a result, a turbo is no longer necessary and the engine retains the same power due to the high pressure. Heat is no longer generated in the former combustion chamber, because the pressure that used to be required to detonate the fuel is now the air itself that forces the cylinder down.
The energy loss caused by the heat that was needed for the fuel is now no longer necessary, this saves a lot of energy that can now be used to make the engine more efficient. The radiator, the water pump and the thermostat are no longer needed, because there is no longer any coolant present. Of course the fuel pump is also canceled because there is no more fuel in the car, fuel tank is no longer required. The camshaft is replaced because it no longer has to control the intake valves. The pistons that have a hollow combustion chamber are replaced by pistons that are flat, so less energy is needed to run the engine more efficiently. Because one needs many unnecessary parts and none
heat development, the air motor has a very high efficiency. Petrol and diesel have an efficiency of 60%, the air motor has an efficiency of 85%. The very high-quality air bottles that we use have an air pressure of 600-800 atmospheres. Because of this we can be very variable in the distance we can drive, delivery vans must be able to drive 630 km as standard.
If you add an air bottle, they can drive 1,000 km. Thanks to this technology, we don't have to destroy 10 million vehicles and vessels. Converting to electric is not possible.