How does it work?

We understand that the news about our AirGravityMill raises a lot of questions. You will understand that we are careful when providing information about our intellectual property. Nevertheless we will try to answer the most important question.

Question: How is it possible that, with just a minimal amount of external energy, the mill can drive a secondary system with 100% gravity?

Answer: The AirGravityMill is equipped with at least two “MDS” systems, one per mass. The working masses in the mill are set in motion with a small amount of external energy, activating the MDS systems. The ‘law of conservation of energy’ will make sure that approximately the same amount of energy remains in the mill for the next rotation. But the motion of the wheel and thus activation of the MDS systems has additional consequences that do not take energy from the rotation.

The MDS systems in the AirGravityMill will shift the masses to a height exceeding their starting positions by several meters. The “Inertia attachment points”* of the working masses (weighing 1000 to 15000 kilograms) are lifted to a higher position, generating potential kinetic energy.

One of the phenomena is that each mass wants to move up to 40 degrees of arc above the top of the AirGravityMill. Of course the mill will guide the mass along a fixed trajectory, so it can use the energy that is released in the free fall (quadratic acceleration). The energy is used to compensate the resistance on the side of the mill that is moving upwards. The remaining energy is used to drive a secondary system.

*The inertia attachment point is the position (anchor-point) where a mass would settle if the mill was stopped. Several anchor-points are used during the rotation.