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Screen shot from Magnacoaster video from around July 2011
Screen shot from Magnacoaster video from around July 2011

Canadian inventor, Richard Willis of Magnacoaster Motor Company, Inc., claims to have an over-unity generator he calls "Vorktex" that produces electric power without using fuel.

The crux of the design is a solid state system that involves some very high-powered permanent magnets and some specially-wound coils, along with some proprietary circuitry. The coils are immersed in a dielectric oil that is pumped through the system to prevent arcing between the coils from the high voltages and frequencies that otherwise create plasmas that destroy the coils. A lead acid battery bank serves both as the input and the output. The unit has to be shielded or it broadcasts EMF.

As of July, 2009, the company's website lists a number products of varying power outputs (including 4.8 kW; 9 kW; 12 kW) for sale. As of June, 2012, units have begun to be shipped to back-order customers.

Ongoing caution: While the company is taking money for product, they don't seen to be forthright about how long it will take for delivery or about the fact that they are deep in research and development / troubleshooting.

These will be tied to Solar panels so that the install permitting can ride on the Solar coattails, which is legal, since his device does not require fuel to run. He says he's merely augmenting what the Solar is doing.

Several demonstration videos have been posted.

The company says they are in the middle of putting up a plant.

The name Vorktex came about by a typo that stuck when looking for available domain names.

Contents

About

Official Websites

Interviews

  • Stream | Download (13 Mb; mp3) - On July 6, 2009, Sterling D. Allan conducted a 1-hour live interview with inventor, Richard Willis as part of the Free Energy Now radio show. They discussed how the Vorktex units work, the power output, progress of the company in making them available commercially, including follow-up from the Dragon's Den appearance on CBC television last Fall.

Videos

MEMO: videos do not give enough information for definitive conclusions. They do not give:
- volts in/out
- amps in/out
- AC or DC in/out
- wave form in/out
- duration of experiment
- load and its duration - battery capacity before and after
- etc.

Products

Image:Vorktex units collage jp60.jpg

Made to Order

Website says: "The Magnacoaster Commercial this unit will be available from 15 KW. to 10 MW our units will be made to order."

No orders have yet been filled, as the company is still in R&D phase.

Patents

WO2009065219 (A1)

Figures of WO2009065219 A1 from espace.com
Figures of WO2009065219 A1 from espace.com
Abstract 
An electrical generator comprises an induction coil having a first end and a second end. There is a first magnet disposed adjacent the first end of the induction coil so as to be in the electromagnetic of the induction coil when the induction coil is energized, and for creating a magnetic field around at least the first end of the induction coil. There is also a second magnet disposed adjacent the second end of the induction coil so as to be in the electromagnetic field of the induction coil when the induction coil is energized, and for creating a magnetic field around at least the second end of the induction coil. A power input circuit portion provides power to the induction coil. A timer is disposed in the power input circuit portion for creating electrical pulses and controlling the timing of the electrical pulses to the induction coil. A power output circuit portion receives power from the induction coil.

Profiles

Company: Magnacoaster Motor Company, Inc.

Company head, Richard Willis, "has hand picked a team to come in and create a plant that can produce a world class product on time with a quality control that has no rejects from the assembly line. Over the next months we plan to bring two plants online. The first plant to be located in Cambridge Ontario and the second in Portugal." [1]

Inventor: Richard Willis

Image:Richard Willis Magnacoaster 150.jpg

Development Coverage

Latest Developments

$1 Million Deal

12/8/2008
Eric Rzepecki wrote:

Hi Sterling,

"...Just wanted to let you know some local latest Canadian news.

Richard Willis from Magnacoasters just got a 1 million dollar deal, with if his device, if it tests 2600 % + OU, via CBC's Dragon's Den"

August 28, 2012 update

I called Magnacoaster and asked what the present status is of this 1 million dollar deal. The person I talked to said that as far as he knew, it was still on the table; but that with all that has happened, Richard is not so sure it is a good deal anymore and may back out. Sterling D. Allan

  • Dragon's Den - Vorktex MagnaCoaster Power Generation (YouTube; December 14, 2008)

Prototype Progress: June, 2007

The most recent prototype has run continuously in one setting for about 50 hours, and a combined time of about 100 hours. It puts out 12v x 10 amps = 120 Watts, as measured by a clamp-on meter, with an input energy at 12 volts x 1.5 amps = 18 Watts, as measured by a clamp-on and pass-through meter.

The device has not yet been independently tested. This alleged 7x output over input has not been analyzed as to the AC characteristics (phase angle discrepancies, area under the curve, etc), which can significantly skew results.

In the News

  • Magnacoaster: "10 out the door" - last time I checked, they were still moving at snail pace (sending out about 2 generators per month). They were looking for a warehouse to expand their operations, and they already have trained a group of employees to assemble generators. So once they get the warehouse, they can expand to 20 - 30 generators per month. (Free Energy Blog; November 13, 2013)
  • Featured / Best Exotic FE: Electromagnetic > ZPI / Magnacoaster >
    Magnacoaster allegedly shipping - Rasa writes: "Magnacoaster officially sent out it's first of the back orders two weeks ago. In January they will be opening their new production unit (hopefully). It is expected that they should be able to produce several dozen generator per week. Of course, delays might come up in the process (as can be seen from their track record)." (PESN; December 30, 2012)
  • Best Exotic FE: Electromagnetic > Solid State > Magnacoaster >
    Skepticism about Magnacoaster Shipping - Those who are still waiting after more than 4 years to receive the ~5 to 15 kW Vorktex power units they purchased from Magnacoaster, remain skeptical, and a wonder why new customers are still being accepted during this prolonged time of development and troubleshooting. (PESN update; June 13, 2012)
  • Featured: Organizations > PES Network > NEST >
    New Energy Systems Trust (NEST) update: June 12, 2012 - We've been busy at NEST reviewing and assisting the best exotic free energy technologies get closer to market. Here is a brief report of our recent activities. Highlights include vetting a 2.5 kW solid state generator in Uganda, discovering that Magnacoaster is shipping back-orders, and Zydro gearing up for licensees. (PESN; June 12, 2012)
  • Featured: Electromagnetic > MagnaCoaster >
    Magnacoaster Vorktex nearing commercial rollout (Interview) - Canadian inventor, Richard Willis, claims to have a solid state device that amplifies input power, such as from a solar panel, to produce many more times output -- enough to power a home, for under 20,000 USD. The technology involves pulsing (kHZ) the input power through a coil next to large, permanent magnets. (PESN; July 10, 2009) (Comment at Examiner.com)
  • Episode 10: Magnetic energy attracts Dragon dollars - Richard Willis, founder and president of Magnetcoaster Motor Co., won over one dragon with his electricy-generating magnetic energy multiplier and deals to supply power -- if it really works. (Finanical Post; December 15, 2008)
  • Magnacoasters - Richard Willis from Kitchener, ON claims he has discovered a way to multiply power that defies the laws of physics. Claims his unit takes 18 Watts of power to produce 15 kW of power. (Dragon's Den by Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC)) See $1 Million Deal.

Other Coverage

Comments

See Discussion page

AC input/output throws results into question

On June 26, 2007, New Energy Congress member, Ken Rauen wrote:

AC or DC? If AC, the measurements could be out the window by phase angle discrepancies that result in phantom power calculations that reflect reactive power along with true power.

Convince the Famous FE Skeptic

On July 12, 2009, New Energy Congress member Eric Krieg wrote:

There is nothing new about this company. I've seen dozens of such claims over the last 12 years. There are very common power mismeasurement mistakes that lead people to believing they have an over unity machine. Joe Newman has also claimed imminent mass production of such systems for more than 30 years now. I don't claim to know which people are mistaken and which are knowingly operating a criminal enterprise. My open offer to all these companies and now magnacoaster via this email is:

"If you really do have a power multiplier or something that makes net energy out of nothing, then your device would usher in a golden new age of cheap energy. It would greatly turn around our dying world economy, reduce pollution, roll back global warming and help every people group except a small number of oil producing countries who tend to hate us. But what stands between you and massive wealth and world adoration is credibility. You must have a problem of being considered delusional or out right crooks by the majority of people you deal with. Allow me to take part in a simple test that would give you instant credibility and help you more clearly stand apart from a pathetic century of history of crooks and kooks who pretty much have been regularly making the same claim as you. Please take a look at my open $10,000 offer for real proof of one of these things at: http://www.phact.org/e/freetest.html
"Far more useful than just the 10k from me would be the positive media exposure I could get you. I have gotten many TV and newspaper stories done about free energy claims for years and the producers always tell me that they would jump on a story about me actually finding one to really work."

Contact

http://www.magnacoaster.com/magna/html/contact_us.html

Magnacoaster Motor Company Inc
500 Fairway Rd S 23-333
Kitchener, Ontario, Canada n2c1x3

phone: 519-896-3354
secondary: 519-957-2501
Fax: 519-489-1355

email: info@magnacoaster.com

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