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Old 06-08-2016, 04:12 PM   #1
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Any one have exp. with Canyon Hdro ?

I am begining to take an intrest in them ...



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Old 06-08-2016, 04:33 PM   #2
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Don't recall ever hearing of them before but their projects look pretty interesting.
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I haven't had the Chance. Some things still linger in my mind. one company out of China makes a inverter from 750w to 55kw for controlling pumps Sandi Electric without the need for batteries or being grid tied. Many rural places have LP tanks. air can be pressurized to point of be a liquid. Alternative ways of storing power over batteries and Canyon might help in some areas such as hydro electric of energy recover the same as the large utilities do.
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??? Why don't we have more homes and apartments that use natural gas run a generator and use water cooling for heat and absorption cooling? A desuperheater more for hot water and use it to supply duct fresh air for drying cloths?
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I know in Brazil they use a lot of submersible diaphragm pups 127 v 0r 220 volt. Most of Brazil is a 3 phase wye so 127v x 3 / the square root of 3= 127 x 1.73=219.97v 0r other parts 220v wye and 380v 3 phase as in Peru and South Korea. The reason for mention the pumps is the have a lot from 300 watts to 800 watts. Yes the diaphragm only last a couple of years before need of repair is the low inrush current compared to rotary motors. but the need to dry up a lot of marsh land in the tropics to provide a buffer that mosquitoes can't cross is needed to prevent disease. Pushing the water up hill or providing head pressure to use to turn back into electricity at night and use the water in a way to prevent disease. Japan uses 40% of there energy storage by hydroelectric. Since Canyon makes micro generators from 4Kw to 25mw it would be worth looking into.
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