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XYO Mechanical Balancer Products

 

PERPETUAL INDUSTRIES INC. has a mechanical patented balancing device called XYO. The expertise associated with the XYO technology is a result of over 20 years of R&D.

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The current focus is to re-design certain mechanical products, implementing the XYO technology as the core ingredient. This will allow XYO to reach its full potential, which in turn helps to provide better and more ENERGY EFFICIENT PRODUCTS.

 

We Build Better Products

Everything that rotates needs to be balanced and the XYO technology is the best solution.

It's all about the frequency.

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XYO harnesses rotor displacement energy to move compensating masses within components of the system, which corrects for the imbalance of the rotor and reduces vibration.

By using XYO we have reduced vibration by:

Washing Machines
89%
Electric Trolling Motors
41%
Boat Propellers
47%
Professional Angle Grinders
63%
Refrigeration Compressors
85%
Industrial Fans
83%
Engine Fan
80%
Automotive Driveshaft
91%
Optical Disk Drive
93%


Products Overview

Innovative Energy Efficient


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The market potential for the XYO technology is unlimited and can be customized for virtually everything that rotates.

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Washing Machines
Angle Grinders
 
Boat Trolling Motors 
XYO Truck Wheels 
XYO Drive Shafts 
XYO Clutch Fans 
XYO Compressors 
XYO Pumps & Motors 
 
Engine Fans 

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Joint Venture Opportunities


Perpetual Industries is looking for capable joint venture partners in a number of industry segments, shown above, where our technology, skills and know-how can lead to lower-cost and more energy-efficient and environmentally-responsible products. Our vision is that these partners will have deep knowledge of their industry, markets and competitors. We want to work with such partners to create products that offer significant performance benefits when compared to products currently being offered in their respective markets.


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