Podcast: Scuderi Group Patent Portfolio Continues Growth

Posted on 19 March 2009 | 0 Comments

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With only a few weeks to go until the first public unveiling of the highly anticipated Scuderi Engine, the Scuderi Group announced today it has secured patent protection for its critical valve technologies. The company now has more than 200 patents, including 72 issued in more than 50 countries in its global patent portfolio. The latest patents represent further protection of the engine’s intellectual property as the Scuderi Group enters an important time for the technology and its licensing efforts. "The valve train is one of the most critical parts of a working engine, which is why these patents are so significant to the progress of the Scuderi Engine," said Scuderi Group Vice President and Patent Attorney Stephen Scuderi. "The better the valve train works, the better the engine works. These latest patents cover the technology allowing the Scuderi Engine to run in all conditions." Three Scuderi Engine valve technologies recently patented worldwide:
  • Valve Seating Control Device that adjusts valve speed to prevent wear and damage in a camless split-cycle engine
  • Valve Lash Adjustments that adjust valve speed to prevent wear and damage in a cam-driven system
  • Valve Seat Insert designed to accommodate the high impact stress of outwardly opening valves in the Scuderi Split-Cycle Engine
  • The following is a podcast with Stephen Scuderi about these latest patents: View RSS XMLSubscribe to the Scuderi Group podcast