Himansh Coming to Europe to Entertain Licensing for Self-Looped Motor-Generator Technology

Himansh Verma in Zurich, April 19

Himansh Verma in Zurich, April 19

by Sterling D. Allan
Pure Energy Systems News

Last Fall, I posted a page about Self-Looped Motor-Generator systems in which a smaller motor is able to power a larger generator, which is able to provide enough power to loop back and keep the smaller motor powered, while also producing excess power left over for practical use.

For example, a 2 kW motor is able to power a 7.5 kW generator, providing a net 5.5 output for practical use. Apparently, some kind of resonance or harmonics is set up with the environment, making this possible. And this uses off-the-shelf motors and generators.

This was first brought onto my radar by Himansh Verma, who few in from India to meet with me in Salt Lake City last Fall. He showed me a video of a such a system that he said they had seen run for 50 hours continuous before the belt started smoking on it due to inadequate engineering.

He and his engineers in India have since resolved the engineering issues, and they are now building fabrication plants to bring this into production, with expectation of commercial unites being available for sale in about six months in India. That is one of the reasons why I have listed this notion in #1 position in our Top 5 Exotic Free Energy Technologies listing.

Here Himansh Verma poses in front of their production facility.

Here Himansh Verma poses in front of their production facility.

Another view of the production facility in India.

Another view of the production facility in India.

Another reasons is that there are several other technologies along these lines, which involve the same concept, arrived at independently by other inventors or groups. I met another such group at the Yildiz Demo booth in here in Geneva (where I’m still at). They are a professional group in Germany that has a 10 kW system that uses this principle.

I mentioned last week that Himansh was going to try and make it to the last day of the Geneva expo, but he didn’t get his visa until today, so his trip has been postponed until Wednesday.

He gave me permission to list his itinerary in case there are groups that might be interested in meeting with him to discuss possible manufacturing of this technology elsewhere in the world outside of India. He’s covered for India.

What he is looking for is investment and manufacturing groups that are able to roll this out.

He said there are several prototype units available near New Deli, India that can be inspected by qualified, interested parties.

Here is his Itinerary at present:

April 18, ~8:30 am Arrive in Geneva, Switzerland.

April 19, 20 in Zurick, Switzerland

April 20 pm fly to Paris, France

April 22 am fly to Izmir, Turkey

April 24 am, return to New Delhi

If I’m not available for preliminary inquiries, you can reach him through his website: www.nfpc.bz

The best way to reach me is by Skype: sterlingda (mention why you want to establish contact, if you are already not one of my contacts, so I know you’re not a lonely spam girl in Russia)

Here are some photos of Himansh at a press conference about solar panels, which they also manufacture. He said he has also had a press conference about this new technology.

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