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AIR-X wind generator - an update

Discussion in 'Home Power and Microgeneration' started by JERD, Nov 2, 2007.

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  1. JERD

    JERD Guest

    To those who may have been following the original posting on the Air-X this
    is an update. While I am yet to hear back from the manufacturers technical
    assistance department of some 2 weeks ago now (I have given up on them by
    the way!) I have made contact with someone who is extremely knowledgeable on
    the Air-X.

    The answer to the problem of blades being furry/prickly as the result of the
    casting/die process is to use some light grade 'wet & dry' and smooth out
    the rough spots. This will make an improvement in the airfoil shape and
    operation of the unit.

    Go the true airfoil (smooth)!!

    I knew my pilot's training did not go to waste even if the Air-X has nothing
    to do with airplanes.

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