MEC is made up of a modular system (multi turbine) that centrifuges wind. The structure of the single MEC turbine diverts the eolic flow in an entirely innovative way.
The flow is redirected thanks to special diverters producing more power than other eolic systems with the same amount of wind.
These flow conveyors increase the angle at which the wind hits the blades. For the first time the wind spinning on it's own axis causes a “centrifuge effect” that maximizes thrust on the peripheral parts of the rotors.
Another advantage of our system is modularity. It avoids inefficient, expensive and excessive rotor size that would result in a weaker and heavier structure. Physics prove that bigger rotors are less efficient and profitable than smaller rotors put together. On the contrary, adding rotors to the structure, it can be taller and still be productive where winds are stronger. This can be achieved without changing the size of the rotors but considerably boosting energy production.
The centrifuge effect and modularity are revolutionary features that make MEC efficient even with very weak winds. Moreover, as wind speed increases, energy production exponentially increases too.
Each module is made of 100% recyclable nylon and aluminum and consists of two fundamental parts: one fixed, the stator, and one movable, the rotor.
A steel cable framework supports the rotors (that revolve) and the stators (that are fixed, lightweight nylon elements with an aluminium structure).
MEC's stators make it the first ever active (wind turbine blades are passive) eolic wind turbine, able to divert the natural direction of the wind to maximize production.
At the core of each module is a conical decentralizer that directs incoming air towards the external side of the stators thus enabling the centrifuge effect and providing energy as never before.
The rotors are placed within MEC's square structure. It is built diagonally and, for the first time in a wind turbine, is supported from above with steel cables secured to the ground. Thanks to this design it can withstand tremendous torsional forces that other systems cannot.
This unprecedented shape gives MEC excellent stability and at the same time allows it to rotate towards the most favorable wind.
This revolutionary solution makes MEC far cheaper. The very simple flat profile and the way in which MEC turbines centrifuge and process the wind as explained give a significant advantage over the complex and very expensive wing profile.
With our system costs are reduced significantly thanks to more affordable construction procedures and light, ecofriendly and low cost materials. Maintenance costs are low, it's easy to construct, transport and install, both on the ground or on many other surfaces because of its strength and lightness.
Furthermore, it requires no extremely expensive BRAKING SYSTEMS. MEC can easily and safely present itself neutrally to the wind.