IGNITION AND IGNITOR

Submitted by dougkeenan on Mon, 08/28/2017 - 01:51

The IGNITOR is an electromechanical assembly located between the RESONANCE CHAMBER and the COMBUSTION chamber. The IGNITOR includes a built-in capacitor with mobile plates. As current flows, charge builds on the capacitor until electrostatic attraction displaces the plates. This narrows the air gap between them eventually generating an arc in the form of a spark. The physical change enables the IGNITOR to retract inside the IGNITOR HOUSING providing unblocked access between the oxygen reservoir inside the RESONANCE CHAMBER and the hydrogen reservoir inside the COMBUSTION CHAMBER. IGNITOR OPEN IGNITOR CLOSED