Mark Koppin on Noble-Gas Engines

September 24, 2012| Noble Gas Engines|1 Minute|By AAG

Mark Koppin describes a prototype of the Inteligentry noble-gas engine, which is driven by what they call a “Plasmic Transition Process” based on Joseph Papp’s older engine technology. The noble-gas engine, demonstrated at TeslaTech 2012, is claimed to generate 270 horsepower with a completely reversible noble-gas expansion process, which means that it requires no intake or exhaust in order to run.

Koppin functions in a training capacity with PTP Licensing, a subdivision of Inteligentry that is involved with building community support for the technology and creating a dealer base for Inteligentry’s noble-gas engine technologies.