Curret windmills have a 2 or 3 blade system where most of the winf passes between the blades without effect. It is inefficient in capturing the motive forces of the wind.
The design of the blade does not lend itself to be structurally sound as a windmill blade. High winds create a racking motion which causes a deformity of the blade.
The material of the blades is also in question. Being made of a graphite composite materials the blades are more vulnerable to cracking in high winds and made brittle by the ozone.
The design of the blades is causing a very high-pitched noise to resonate ever louder as developers increase the size of the windmills
The existing windmill technology has become very expensive to build and maintain. Because of its theoretical limit of efficiency, a totally different design is needed in the markplace.
The ideal solution is to capture more of the wind as it passes over the blades. Wind sail receptor has a design which allows very little wind to pass between the blades. Thereforw, its system captures the motive forces of the wind.
The design of Wind Sail Receptor's blades is structurally sound eveb in high winds which when they occur, stiffen the blades for maximum performance.
The material of the blades is proprietary to Wind Sail Receptor. They are made of polyurethance and can handle high and low temperatures without creep or cracking. The abrasion resistance is also much better than a composite.
The design of Wind Sail Receptor's blades does not cause noise in low or high winds. They also stay in true alignment when in use.
Wind Sail Receptor's system is smaller, lighter, stronger, and more durable and efficient than current technology. Because of it's smaller, more efficient size, the wind turbine is less costly. READ MORE