There is no benefit in denying what is apparent, but the intelligent-spark plug helps transform not only mitigate the emissions from your car engine but also the performance with a small investment on your part. In fact, just by implementing this sort of contrivance in your car, you can save up to 300% in emission thus helping to reduce your overall carbon footprint and protecting the environment.
Aside from that, it also helps save on fuel consumption and eventually money. Moreover, improved torque at low RPMS provides a higher turning force for your automobile wheels when driving.
Spark plug timeline
It is essential to have some basic information on the evolution of the spark plug:
The spark plug is simply an electric device that helps deliver current from the ignition system to the combustion area of the engine to help ignite the compressed air-fuel mixture by an electric spark while simultaneously accommodating the pressure in the combustion engine.
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Edmond Berger invented the first popular spark plug in 1839. In 1860, the first time it was used in a gas engine was by Etienne Lenoir. After these two periods, there have been marked upswings in the conventional spark plug- most notably the Intelligent Spark Plug.
The intelligent-spark plug
The intelligent-spark plug mainly works by delivering the sparks via a circle shaped area positioned appropriately from the cylinder walls, from the top to the bottom of the piston chamber and adorned 360 degrees around the center electrode. The LPC Smart Spark Plug can detect where the fuel mixture is most potent and ignites the spark at that exact point.
This sort of ignition spark helps generate higher torque and contributes to the reduction your overall carbon footprint. While the conventional spark plug comes with only four electrodes with a finite number of spark options, the intelligent-spark plug features an infinite number of spark paths that all around the center of the electrode.
Furthermore, while the conventional spark plug has only a range of 2 to 5 cubic millimeters, the spark plug has an astounding 100 millimeters for the ultimate efficiency.