REVAIR ANNOUNCES INSTALL OF HIGHLY EFFICIENT WIND TURBINE
Chaminade High School, Mineola, New York Selects ReVair as their Turbine Provider
Sacramento CA, April 30, 2013. On April 15th 2013, ReVair Inc. manufacturing at McClellan Business Park/Sacramento, California delivered and installed the first of their new vertical axis wind turbines. ReVair staff extends special appreciation to Chaminade High School, to Green World Marketing (GWM) of Northport, New York who facilitated the sale, and to the local community for supporting new technologies and clean energy initiatives.
All ReVair products incorporate only the most innovative technologies for ultimate performance. “Our goal is to bring positive change to the wind industry and provide significant value to customers interested in sensible alternative energy solutions. Chaminade’s turbine is just the first expression of our objectives” quotes ReVair staff. Chaminade’s turbine measures 12’ (3.6 meters) tall, 10’ (3 meters) in diameter, and weighs less than 1500 lbs (.68 metric ton). Though rated for 5 kW, this model is adaptable for higher output with scalable modifications, and replicable up to 500 kW models.
ReVair’s lift-based vertical turbines are designed with laminar flow foils. “The turbines begin producing power as soon as there is air movement” says Ollie Oelofse, founder (ReVair), “creating considerably more power from a given wind velocity enhancing operating parameters. Our turbines run completely quiet and can operate safely in hurricane force winds”. Enhanced operating parameters equates to greater annual output and accelerated ROI. “ReVair turbines are the quietest, most efficient turbine in the world” quotes Gerry Fitzpatrick (GWM).
Best described as ‘simple but sophisticated’, ReVair products are manufactured using a combination of proprietary advanced composite and revolutionary magnetic technologies. The composite materials were originally developed for extreme marine environments; impermeable to water and corrosive factors, ultra-durable, and temperature tolerant, rendering ReVair turbines especially suitable for installations in even the most challenging environments.
ReVair vertical turbines are low-profile with few parts to assemble. Installation entails a much smaller footprint than competitor products, reducing visual pollution and habitat impact. ReVair’s magnetic motors operate with no gearboxes, no mechanical bearings, no hydraulics, and no complex controllers. Customers will experience considerable savings in installation, maintenance, and operating costs. Deliberate integration of the magnetics into the composite components augments maintenance and environmental related benefits.
ReVair is accepting orders for 3 kW to 500 kW turbines for residential, commercial, and utility scale applications including “Power in a Box” with up to 3 MW of storage in a 20’ (6 meter) trans -model container for remote and portable installations. The company expects to hire more than 300 employees over the next 12-18 months. To learn more about ReVair and their unique technologies or to place an order visit www.revairwind.com, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call 916-546-3608.
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