EBM Research & Development

Research & Development

Milestones of the EBM Clean Energy Technology Development

1983 Completed a series of tests on small rotating permanent magnet units.
1985 After test results from 1983-84 were compiled and deciphered, the base differential equation was solved.
1986 Established and staffed laboratories in Canada and USA for further
refinement of the differential equation, the research and procurement
of materials to be tested for introduction into the continuing research and development, including state-of-the-art metals and ceramics from the Laboratories in Houston Texas.

Opened laboratories in England and Hungary. Teams of engineers, physicists and design personnel were assembled and assigned the
challenge to create a unique and undiscovered geometry for the
stator and rotor designs to be built and make the refined differential
equation a reality that could be measured.


The Otto EBM Unit

After 108 prototypes, the first EBM unit was produced in Budapest Hungary, the ‘Otto Unit’. It weighed less than 80 kg, but exhibited
the desired excess torque on the shaft of the unit that the differential equation promised.  With the promise of this first demo unit, the entire
team was consolidated in Budapest, Hungary, to continue the research and development.


The BB-Lego EBM Unit

The Otto Unit led to the BB-Lego Units, in which the weight of unit
was increased by a factor of 10. Two of the four BB-Lego units were
2-pole units, while the other two units were 4-pole units. The results confirmed that the unique geometry did, in fact, produce extra torque
on the shaft.

The C 4/4 EBM Unit

The test results of the BB-Lego Units led to C4/4 Unit. Once again,
the weight of the entire unit was increased by a factor of 10, and
the resulting testing data solidified the original data from the smaller units - there is unquestionably extra torque being produced.

The 720 EBM Unit

Another increase by a factor of 10 in the weight of the unit led to two separate units called the 720 Units, named for the diameter of their
rotors being 720mm.

Three different EBM Sized prototypes were built and tested over 100,000 man-hours:

BB-LEGO (60W) 4 units
Excess could be considered as measurement error, not sellable power

C 4/4 (1.5 KW) 1 unit
1.5 KW sellable power

720 (10-15 KW)
15 KW maximum sellable power

For all tests, the thermal energy of the units were carefully measured under load, and included in the total energy produced.

2005-06 Fourteen types of EBM Units were designed to obtain manufacturing costs. Complete sets of drawings and specifications were produced
in both Hungarian and English.

Statutory Declarations were obtained.

To protect the privacy of the scientists who signed the Statutory Declarations (Certifications) the following is to be strictly followed:                                                   
You may check independently the credentials of the scientists by means available to you, except:
You do not contact them directly.

Thank you for your cooperation, Gamma Manager Kft., and Electro Erg. Ltd.

2007-11 Research and development of the EBM household sized units.

The SYNTECH Units are readily available manufactured synchronous motors or generators manufactured by large international companies,like:
                 Siemens (German)
                 ABB (Swiss)
                 Mitsubishi (Japan)
                 GE (USA)

and Gamma/Electric Erg. uses them together as driving units, like a SLIS, or a SL driving section.

A three phase generator is then attached to the shaft of these to be driven by the altered driving units.
This unique method reduces the cost of manufacturing and assembly of the finished EBM units.

The following EBM Household Unit was built, and its mathematical model tested:

SLIS-01A (1.5 KW)

The following EBM Unit is currently being developed:
SYNTECH (12 KW at present time, eventually 5 KW-40KW)