The Next Generation of Power Generation
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Milestone Reached: (September 24, 2010) AC Prototype 3 was re-assembled incorporating a series of refinements and it became immediately apparent that the rotating torque was very low. (Lower Torque = Less Horsepower will be needed to spin the Mag Force Generator Technology) thus (Less Horsepower = **Better Overall Efficiency).
In house testing confirmed that by setting up AC Prototype 3 with a ¼ horsepower electric motor and testing its ability to spin the Mag Force Generator Technology. The ¼ horsepower motor was able to rotate the prototype, revealing the lowest rotating torque requirement to date.
A series of in house functionality tests will now validate all 8 output circuits on AC Prototype 3 and use the new shielding features to improve the output voltage and circuit isolation. This is the preliminary internal testing that will precede independent testing and many adjustments will be made to keep the generator in a reliable operating condition through varying temperatures.
**In comparison, a ¼ horsepower motor simply could not spin any conventional generator with similar output wattage under full electrical load. This is a major breakthrough in our development. Preliminary efficiency measurements are being taken and documented.
AC Prototype3 currently going through final in house improvements before being sent out for Third Party Independent Testing.
Milestone Reached: (May 24, 2010) Mag Force Generators tested a new configuration with AC-Prototype 3 and proved its successful function to greatly reduce the required rotation torque. This permits a far smaller horsepower motor to spin the Generator, which should significantly boost the overall efficiency.
Mag Force Generators announces that inventor Richard Rogala has furthered the refinement process of its cutting edge technology and advanced electrical generator design with Mag Force AC Prototype 3.
This refinement progression is possible because Mag Force Generators proved with AC Prototype 1 that its revolutionary design and technology did not slow down under full electrical load. Mag Force Generators then built AC Prototype 2 and began the exciting fundamental step by step processes needed to move Mag Force Generators forward and take this ground-breaking technology to the threshold of commercial production.
Mag Force Generators has taken what was learned from AC Prototypes 1 & 2 and incorporated many improvements while building AC Prototype 3. Potentially each of these improvements could provide very positive results. These are summarized as follows:
1. Standard magnets are being replaced with seven times stronger Neodymium Iron magnets.
2. Laminated Silicone Iron is being replaced with Neodymium Iron for the Coil Bars.
3. Improvements are being made to allow multi-module attraction and repelling forces to be counteracted along a common shaft.
4. More efficient 120 Volt AC Coil output obtained from increased wire diameter.
5. To double the amount of power produced by the overall Generator, by increasing the number of circuits from four (4), to eight (8) independent circuits, each capable of potentially providing 120 Volts AC.
Close expert analysis of AC Prototype 2 has revealed both an opportunity to improve on the nullifying of rotation-resisting forces and also produce more power from doubling the available circuits with the added anticipated benefit of a reduction in the torque requirement to spin the Generator. On May 24, 2010 Mag Force Generators tested a new configuration and proved it successfully functioned to greatly reduce the required rotation torque. This does permit a far smaller horsepower motor to spin the Generator, which should significantly boost the overall efficiency.
Within weeks AC Prototype 3 will set in motion testing to determine how high the voltage is on the old Coils with the new stronger Magnets and improved conductors. Then, within days take this important data and rewind the Coils to bring the voltage back to 120 Volts AC and re-assemble the device. Our target is, to have AC Prototype 3 fully assembled and testing all of our improvements. This testing should continue to confirm that the Mag Force Generator does not slow down under load, provide some greatly anticipated total Mag Force generator wattage output measurements and give the first indication of Mag Force generator efficiencies.
If in house test results are favorable we will immediately enlist Lake Superior State University’s Department of Engineering -- Prototype Development Center for independent third party verification. Mag Force Generators will then, embark on the move toward the manufacturability and production phases needed to bring this product and technology to the world.
Milestone Reached: (March 19, 2010) Began Drafting plans and acquiring parts for AC-Prototype 3 Testing to begin mid May
1st Quarter 2010 Video Update
Milestone Reached: (December 17, 2009) * IMPORTANT NEWS * Claim verified in house on Prototype 2
Our claim and mission to success is that our product does not slow down under load and our first prototype, Prototype 1 actually sped up when it was put under load (see test results from Lake Superior State University).
Recent testing on Mag Force Generator Prototype 2 revealed that, with all 4 circuits under load, it performs just as Prototype 1 did and, as we expected, Prototype 2 sped up under load. The measurements were as follows:
Speed with no load - 1680 rpm
Speed under load - 1730 rpm (4 circuits in play)
This is very significant to the future of Mag Force Generators, because remember, all other conventional generators (our competition) slow down under load.
Milestone Reached: (December 15, 2009) AC 120 Volts output from all 4 circuits
Mag Force Generators was able to initially test all four circuits powering conventional incandescent light bulbs simultaneously.
Milestone Reached: (October 5, 2009) Prototype 2 Complete
Now assembled, efficiency testing is beginning to take place on the Mag Force Generator Prototype 2 and modifications are being made.
Upper Peninsula Inventor Richard Rogala answers questions about his patented new electrical generator, a breakthrough in clean, affordable energy.
AC-Prototype 2 and DC-Prototype 1 are ready to roll out any day now.
(September 16, 2009)
Milestone Reached: (March 31, 2009) Drawings Complete
Final drawings for our second prototype are now complete and out for bids.
Once assembled, efficiency testing will take place of the Mag Force Generator Prototype 2 and modifications will be made.
Milestone Reached: (March 25, 2009) Nullgrav in the News - Mag Force on TV-6 News
Milestone Reached: (September 26, 2008) Mag Force Generator Test Complete - LSSU Test Report
Current electrical generators, when put under electrical load, have inherent inefficiencies.
Suppose you could increase power generation by up to 15 %, just by eliminating inefficiencies.
Suppose you could harness the physics of magnetism to allow a generator to continually spin with a net output of free electricity?
A new patented electrical generator to dramatically increase the efficiency of power generation
About Mag Force Generator Milestones: Progress in Prototype development is being managed by Richard Rogala (Inventor / President). The documentation and business end of the corporation is managed by Ed Janisse (Chairman of the Board / Chief Operating Officer).
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