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Presentation for HYZ Energy HYDROCELL

 HYZ Energy
We are based in Doha Qatar. Having researched Portable Hydroelectric Power Generation for more than 6 years constantly. Through more than 2700 experiments we have achieved successful results.
Info about the origin of hydro turbines.
The hydro turbine is a device used in hydroelectric generating plants that transfer the energy of moving water into kinetic energy which causes the peloton wheel to rotate the shaft that is connected to the alternator to generating electricity. These turbines rotate because of the water that is being pressurized on to the blades.
The word turbine was introduced by a French engineer Claude Burdin in the early 19th century and is derived from the Greek word "turban" for "whirling" or "vortex". The main difference between early water turbines and water wheels is a swirl component of the water which passes energy to a spinning rotor. This additional component of motion allowed the turbine to be smaller than a water wheel of the same power. They could process more water by spinning faster and could harness much greater heads. (Later, impulse turbines were developed which didn't use swirl.)
Hydro turbines only work with natural sources available to produce electricity. We have developed Hydrocell to enable this machinery to be portable working with the same water circulation to produce renewable energy.

Specs for our Portable HYDROCELL Generator.

Before building a dam space in Kilometers and a place to store the collected water is needed that can be thrown on to the peloton wheel to produce electricity. With our Hydrocell Portable Generators, we only need 2 Metre Height X width 2 meters X length 6 meters for 1MW.
Capacity off HYDROCELL Electrical Power Generators and Stations.
Portable HYDROCELL Electrical Power Generators are from 100 kw to 20 MW. HYDROCELL Electrical Power Generator Stations are available from 21 MW and above on demand.

Advantages of Hydrocell.
HYDROCELL does use water. All of the water is Recirculated to its source of origin. HYDROCELL can produce electrical power 24/7 continuously, providing that the body of water it is utilizing never runs dry due to evaporation or reservoir leaks. It is definitely a clean source of energy. The power plants once in place do not create any waste by products an zero carbon Emissions in their conversion.

  • Renewable Energy Source.

  • Operating Costs and Maintenance Cost are Low.

  • Pollution-Free.

  • No Wastes.

  • Quickly reaches synchronous speed.

  • Rapid turn-down and turn-up rates responding quickly to grid variations it supplies.

  • Cost of producing power is independent of any future market cost fluctuations, e.g. price of N. Gas or Coal.

  • After capital pay-off period, the cost of Generating power becomes extremely low maintaining very reliable low-speed low-wear machines.

  • It produces no CO2 Emissions with no long term fuel disposal problem such a Combustion power.

Clean, dependable non-polluting energy available on short notice. Once built, they are relatively inexpensive to maintain and the power produced is cheap.

  • More reliable power plant.

  • Low operating cost.

  • Low Startup time.

  • High production rate.

  • The fuel cost is Minimal.

  • Pollution-free.

  • Renewable Energy Source.

  • Longer power plant service life

  • Portable Hydrocell turbine.

Our HYDROCELL technology is similar to the waves in the sea. Small waves transform's into a very large wave because of the wind pressure the Same way our Hydrocell takes 5% input energy with each step it increases the power with the help of our hydraulic technology.
We increase the flow rate, pressure and horsepower in a way that it generates the exact power needed by the consumer. To keep safe margin we provide 15% more energy so that the consumer does not face any problem in the event of fluctuation from loads. Many devices break down due to fluctuation that occurs from multiple device load.

  • HYDROCELL can also be used for:

  • High Pressure Water Pumps.

  • Mechanical Pumps.

  • Irrigation Pumps.

  • Car Industry. 

  • Water-Cooling and Fuel Injection.

  • In the Energy Industry for Pumping Oil and for Cooling Towers Operations.

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