Air Pressure Cylinder Motor

Air Pressure Cylinder Motor consists of hydraulic like cylinders with a bar that pushes against the crank bearing to turn the crank shaft. Air lines connect to cylinders to operate and piping system connected creates air flow to top and bottom of cylinders pushing pistons down and air lines attached to the input of air to the hydraulic like cylinder. An output of air line coming on the bottom of the cylinder pushes air out to the intake of the other opposite cylinders etc.The airlines going in cylinders pushes the bars out making the pistons return to the top of cylinder sleaves. Pressure tanks allow air pressure to flow thru the lines and piping system to operate the motor using an engine block that has separate cylinder sleaves.