Research & Development
The patent pending Pole-R-Power generator has the potential to be a highly efficient turbine or generator because of the unique configuration of the rotor magnets. Unlike every other electrical motor, generator or turbines which have the orientation of the rotor and stator magnets symmetrical around the centreline, causing electromechanical friction, and stalling as the magnets reach a state of equilibrium. The Pole-R-Power rotor is comprised of a staggered magnetic array, with the perpendicular faces of the repelling magnets oriented to be at maximum repulsion either above or below the centreline to induce rotation with a minimum or electromagnetic flux.
When examined under a magnetic field viewer, the differences between the Pole-R-Power rotor and that of a conventional rotor are clearly evident. The flux field around the magnets in a conventional rotor is very uniform, equal in size in all directions. The staggered magnetic array rotor has an area of intensified magnetic flux at the transition point of the two distinct magnetic fields. This phenomenon has been documented regularly and universally dismissed as an anomaly with no practical way to benefit from this area of intensified magnetic energy, or "hot spot".
DSHI will commercialize the world's first magnetic generator, a patent pending technology that potentially changes the way electrical generators are designed and manufactured.
DSHI have a range of patent pending technologies under licence development, ensuring a consistent flow of products to support its mandate as a global leading innovator of renewable and clean energy solutions.