The 8 advantages of a vertical wind turbine compared to a horizontal wind turbine
What are the advantages of the wind turbine we offer and how is it different from other wind turbines on the market?
The Philéole vertical wind turbine stands out on 8 main points.
The choice of materials used, starch and corn and aluminum accentuate the biodegradable and recyclable side of our wind turbine.
Produced and designed in Europe, the Philéole wind turbine reduces the carbon footprint that emanates from the production, the purchase of parts and the routing of the wind turbine.
3. Lightweight and efficient
The very particular design of the blades and air outlet vents, covered by patents in Europe, makes the Philéole propeller light and efficient. Its low weight only results in low tipping torque, even in an elevated position in the masts or on roofs.
4. Strong and resistant:
The one-piece or three-piece construction propeller is made from recyclable PLA (corn starch). Its design is thick and rigid in the center, more flexible towards the periphery. It reduces centrifugal forces to better cope with turbulent winds.
Of the Savonius type, our mini wind turbine has a vertical axis, which means that the peripheral speed at the end of the blade does not exceed that of the wind and avoids any whistling or noise.
The low speed at the end of the blade and the reduced inertia of the propeller (weight 4 kg) avoid any danger for the user such as for birds or the sails of sailboats.
7. Reliable and space-saving
Its vertical axis makes electricity production more regular because it is independent of the direction of the wind and vortices. The small dimensions of our wind turbines allow easy mounting at the top of the mast or on a roof.
8. Without vibration
The choice of using three blades instead of two, and their helical design, in tunnel tests in support, avoided vibrations.
We offer you a unique and successful product for independent and renewable energy production!
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