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The implementation of "ROTOR-SYSTEM 546" as drive unit in various machines and equipments offers an

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Rotor System 546
Rotor System 546

short-text:

In a cylindrical housing, a ROTOR SYSTEM rotates about the axis of rotation Z - Z.
A force F from the pressure cylinder acts on an angle-shaped lever parallel to the rotation axis Z - Z and generates a torsion force which is introduced by a bearing shaft in the output shaft as a rotational force in the rotor system.
Permanent piston force F gives a permanent output torque.

technical data:

rotor Ø 280 mm
 4 pressure cylinder Ø 80 mm
 gas pressure 30 bar
 lever arm e = 60 mm
 piston force F = 15000 N
 
 rotor-power = 1800 NM

Application examples

Box Ø in mm (GH) 200 500 1000 1600
Compression cylinder D in mm Ø 56 140 280 448
Gas pressure in bar 30 30 30 30
Piston force F in Newton N 7320 45900 183000 471000
Lever arm e in mm 50 125 250 400
Twisting moment in Nm 732 11480 96400 376800

Results Summary

The "ROTOR-SYSTEM 546" makes it possible to gain permanent energy from "static force" or “gravity”. This allows an L-shaped lever - this extends obliquely (45 °) to the drive shaft. The lever takes the static force from the power supply and converts it into a torsional force, which is introduced as a permanent torque into the drive shaft. This results in a permanent drive torque.
The "Rotor-System 546" basically consists of only 4 main components:

  1. A drive shaft with disc
  2. A power generator (e.g., a pressure cylinder, compression spring, or a weight)
  3. An L-shaped lever
  4. A cylindrical housing

The "Rotor-System 546" is protected by international law.
Advantages of this Rotor System are:

By simple construction cheap production costs. Virtually no wear parts The variety of possible applications stimulates the economy. No emissions - contributes to improving the climate and provides a better quality of life for humans and animals as well as a green environment.
Alois Wimmer