By Cameron Chai
Mass Megawatts Wind Power has confirmed through its initial findings that its water pump system, powered by wind, has a higher pumping rate when compared to other wind powered systems. A thorough analysis for validation will be carried out by the company in the forthcoming weeks.
Recently in Colorado, the company has delivered a larger water pump system that operates by wind energy. The patented pump system is inexpensive when compared to conventional diesel-powered pumping systems and can be used in ranches and farms across the central plains of the US.
The water pump is based on the patented wind augmenter technology and enhances the wind velocity directed towards the wind turbine. In turn, it considerably improves the torque for mechanics uses. Furthermore, the pump system can operate at places with low wind speed, brings down maintenance expenditure, and uses low cost off-the-shelf parts.
The manufacture of more wind powered pump systems is in progress at the company’s production unit, which is situated at Morrison in Colorado.
Mass Megawatts Wind Power is a pioneer in developing wind power technology. The company holds the patent rights for the Multi-Axis Turbo system (MAT) technology. The wind power product using the wind power technology can save electricity up to 30% when compared to other wind energy powered products.