Dakshidin Corporation through its wholly owned subsidiary RESTEC International Inc. produces the world’s most powerful pumping windmill. Over a period of several years RESTEC spent $5,000,000 on research and development. This created a completely new style of windmill; the RESTEC Mark 10.
This high performance water pumping windmill uses a unique rotating counterbalance system similar to pumps used in the oil industry. Consequently, it can draw water from depths of up to 4,000 feet and begins operation in wind speeds of approximately 4 MPH.
Testing over the last few years of the windmill has been carried out at Texas A&M, Lethbridge, Alberta, – Department of Agriculture and in the field in Mexico, China and Arizona. It has been documented to produce more water at a lower unit cost than any other windmill tested.
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