Tradler 1933

From the outset of this invention there has been one central thought: the energy generated by the explosion during the ignition of a motor. Wherever possible this should be directed without detour or deflection directly in the desired direction of action.

The resulting improved efficiency allows a significant reduction in fuel demand.




 The secondary effect of this new design is a very quiet running engine which has not been yet been achieved by any of the existing technologies.

Through the possibility of controlling the elements independently without causing an unbalance this engine is very well suited for use in motor vehicles – as a single power source, as a hybrid drive or wherever conventional engines are used: vehicles in general, nautical or aviation engines as well as stationary motors such as water pumps or electro generators.






Another characteristic of this engine is its light weight and the lack of abrasion. Considering the size and number of elements, the options for utilization are almost limitless. Depending on the requirements it is possible to create a chain of aligned engines. Emissions can be eliminated almost completely by inducting compressed air into the exhaust flame and thus addressing current environmental issues.


The production is considerably less complex than all other known motor constructions as the engine does not require a crankshaft or valves.


This is what the engine of the future could look like!