(Pao Chang) According to Project.Nsearch.com, a company in Europe has done the near impossible. They have built a working “free” energy device that can deliver an output of over 7500 watts at 220 volts without consuming any fuel. The overunity or free energy generator is designed to inexpensively power private homes or small workshops.
by Pao Chang, January 31st, 2017
I am aware that free energy technology has existed since the early 1900s, but is the following free energy device a working overunity generator? There is not much information in the public domain about this free energy device, so we will have to wait and see if it is truly running on free energy.
Below is an excerpt from an article published on Project.Nsearch.com about the free energy generator.
A company in Europe has just changed everything! They have just released a working free energy device to the public. You can see the device in the video above. Their device is an electricity generator delivering an output of over 7500 W at 220V without using any fuel for it’s work! This device uses elements found in other devices on the market since the 40s and 50s with some innovative additions. The device will come in a locked box protected and insulated from noise and to protect the company’s intellectual property.
This unit is designed to work in private homes, cottages or small workshops. It has been given a certificate that it’s not harmful to humans and the environment. The user must sign a contract not to open the device for a period of 5 years which is the period of the warranty. The company says you can test the device for 30 days for free before you buy it! If you do not like the device, you can send it back within 30 days. They will not refund the transport costs but say if there is any problem with the machine, contact them first. The device will not get hot and also has an overload protection circuit.
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