|HBT recently began marketing and selling the Rafstillir. This is a
unique item of equipment that combats reactive power, resistance and
fluctuations in electrical systems connected to mechanical equipment.
The Rafstillir was originally designed for use onboard ships to correct
fluctuations and reduce the load on electricity generators. The
properties of the Rafstillir have been thoroughly researched since it
was first installed in a fishing vessel in 2003.Continued development
and expansion led to the Rafstillir’s final design in 2005, and this
product has been in uninterrupted use since then. It works just as well
on land as at sea, and it has been installed in many locations where it
has had a hugely favourable effect.
Using the Rafstillir brings many benefits. First and foremost, it helps
reduce fuel consumption markedly, while lowering pollutant emissions.
This equipment reduces the working amperage of the electricity system
and thus electricity usage.
Additional observations show that equipment breakdowns are fewer and
mechanical efficiency is improved. Excess heat production and
electricity supply disruptions become a thing of the past.
HBT is also carrying out research into electrolysis technology. Nearing
completion, this technology will produce hydrogen which is bled into an
engine’s combustion chamber. The bleeding results in cleaner and
quicker combustion of the fuel that is used.
The bottom line is better fuel consumption and greatly reduced
pollutant emissions from the engine. In some cases, almost all toxic
compounds are eliminated. This research is an ongoing process.
HBT will shortly open sales offices in Belgium and in Norway.
Additional offices will be opened in the future in other European
countries, Indonesia and South America. It is only a matter of time
before HBT becomes a leading international force in the development and
sale of energy-saving equipment.
Northern Lights Energy and HBT are working closely together to develop the Rafstillir for use in network of electric recharging points and high-speed recharging
You can find further information on HBT’s website, www.hybotech.com