Brian Frymiare Fly's the Boast Buster and Tri-Nado Elite rotors

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The Tri-Nado Elite

On an SC-120 Hornet Alternator

Both of Brian's units and a very nice looking home.

I did warn Brian of the poles he used.
He has since gotten them welded up.

Comments from Brian

Getting back to you on the pair of blades I bought from you. Everything is up and flying, and working fine. I have seen 66 volts from the system (on 15 foot poles, below the tree line), and its obvious that the Tri Nado Elite starts rotating first but shortly there after the Boast Buster starts rotating and as the wind speed goes up the boast buster's rotational speed quickly out paces the Tri Nado Elites rotational speed. So, its obvious that the Boast Buster is carrying the SC120 load.  I was putting 30 volts (100 watts) into my hot water heater element (4500 watt, 230 volts) yesterday afternoon, on just some gentle breezes.

Now that I have everything sorted out (thanks to your blades), I plan to put the two turbines on a much taller towers (out of the tree line, and above the house, probably on 36 foot towers). I also plan to build a 3 to 1 drive for the Tri Nado Elite, as its rotational speed needs to be sped up for the SC120.

If someone wants to do this on there own, I suggest they use one Boast Buster with one SC120 Hornet, and go from there. It will drive a hot water heating element, or other 120 / 240 volt resistance load just fine - with variable voltage - a real KISS.

Please feel free to put all of this on your sight so that others can build on what I have learned.

Take Care,

Brian Frymiare

Below is a Microsoft Word document that tells about Brian's experience with direct resistive heating.
Heating Domestic Hot Water


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