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Wind generator basics building

To build wind generators, one must be adequately familiarized with their many parts and their uses. A wind generator has four distinct components. These are: the body, tail, hub and blades, the tower. Building the hub and blades take about three times longer than the other parts. However, even though it is the most time consuming aspect, it is not as hard to build.

The blades and hub are made of material that can be obtained easily. Sometimes they are even free. While working on the construction of the hub and blades, the motor is ordered from a trusted dealer. This motor, which is the heart of all motorized wind generators, goes into the body. It is the motor that converts the energy of the wind into electricity.

New and recycled parts can make up the body and the tail. It depends on the builder which is to be utilized. The body of the wind generator can be made up of a stainless steel, double-walled chimney pipe recycled from old pipes replaced from homes. These can be easily obtained from any installer of chimneys or dealer of woodstoves. For those living in the south, furnace dealers can be approached.

This chimney pipe is sturdy, as it is designed for outdoor use. The exterior of old recycled pipes is usually still in relatively good condition. The interior, however, rapidly deteriorates due to the exhausts of the chimney or woodstove. The stainless steel material is adequate enough to protect the motor and other moving parts installed within it.

The artist in the builder can be expressed in the tail, for this component can be designed in virtually any color, shape, design, and theme. This adds fun to the construction of wind generators.

As for the tower, there are several options available. They come in various sizes and shapes. One can buy a ready-made tower, which is a bit expensive, or it can also be built from scratch. Wind generator tower designs can either be free-standing or tilted up.

The tower does not need to be too high. The basic rule of thumb regarding tower height is that it has to be higher by fifteen feet in relation to any obstruction occurring within a three hundred feet radius. Nevertheless, the higher the tower is, the better the wind current.

It is preferable to build one’s own tower, especially if budget is a consideration. A home-built pipe tower supported by a guy wire is relatively cheap. And there are also recycled television towers that are readily available and ideal. In terms of maintenance, a tilt-up tower is ideal. Simple poles can also serve as good towers.

TV towers are strong enough and are usually thirty to fifty feet long. They can be dismantled in ten-foot sections, and they can be found wherever households want to take down their old towers because of a shift to satellite TV, which is the craze these days. These households will even pay to get their towers down.

These are the basic considerations in building a wind generator. Now it is time to look at the various plans available online and get the construction going.

Hurricanewindpower.com Releases Cyclone Vawt

In recent years the residential wind turbine market in the United States has become highly competitive. The Vertical Axis Wind Turbine remeains somewhat underdeveloped despite consumer interest., Hurricanewindpower.com releases Cyclone (TM) VAWT

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

PRLog (Press Release)Oct 06, 2011 – Hurricanewindpower.com releases Cyclone (TM) VAWT in response to the consumer demand for the Vertical style wind turbine which has proven to be very popular with certain segments of the population. Market research has indicated that a gap exists between consumer interest in Vertically oriented wind generators and the market availability. Many segments of the population are intrigued by wind power , however are unable to utilize a tradition wind turbine due to housing restrictions, city ordinances or just a matter of persoanl taste. Many customers express interest in the Vertical design despite the fact that according to most the designs of this type are not as efficient.

The lack of availability of a product of this type has led Hurricane Wind Power Wind Turbine Technologies LLC to research, development  and manufacture their Cyclone (TM) line of VAWT wind turbines. According to Jones in a study conducted by Hurricane customers communicate a bi fold frustration of the lack of availability of Vawts in that  models currently available on the market are grossly overpriced in their estimation. Secondly most of the market is saturated with poorly made imported products that will in the consumers opinion will  not last long enough to provide a return on the customers expenditure. The Cyclone (TM) Vawt will represent one of the only affordable options made in the United States.

Vertical Axis Wind Turbine designs are very popular with experimental designs by the DIY community, however many who have a interest do not have the “know how” to fabricate design and put a project like this in actions. The new Cyclone VAWTS as Well as the full line of Hurricane (TM) Wind Generators can be seen at http://www.hurricanewindpower.com . They can also be seen in action at the Hurricane Vision You Tube Channel Located at http://www.youtube.com/user/hurricanewindpower?feature=mhum . Please join us in our quest to bring American Made Wind Power to the world join us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/pages/Hurricanewindpowercom/1645 … like us to get the latest updates on our rapidly changing line of clean power products.

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