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For decades, the quest for alternative, sustainable, clean energy has been continuous and rigorous.  The campaign for this quest has never been stronger than it is today.  C-M Machines are CIT's answer to conclude this quest.

 

 

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The C-M1 Machine
 
 

Electric Power Generation

Hydro Electric Power Generation, The Water Recycling Concept

USPTO Patent Application Number : US 12/231,697

Publication Date : December 17, 2009


The C-M1 types of Perpetual Motion Machine
 
1. Absolute Perpetual Motion Machine
 

We at CIT define it as a perpetual motion machine that runs without the need or aid of a prime mover - the electric motor. If an A/C motor is used, it is mainly for speed and revolution controlling purposes. Therefore the Input/Output Ratio is 1:100 or more.

 
2. Dependent Perpetual Motion Machine
 

We at CIT define it as a perpetual motion machine that runs with the need or aid of a prime mover - the electric motor. The Input/Output Ratio is about 1:25.

 

The C-M1 Model
 

NOTE : The machine can be used to pump any liquid that is heavier or lighter than water as preferred and as designed.

 

Pipe : 1 inch/schedule 40 with an inside of 2.6 cm

Vertical Length : 286 feet (87 meters) high

Input : 1 watt AC/DC motor maximum

Output : can pump out 100cc of water every 4 seconds, more than enough to drive a 25-watt electric generator

 

NOTE :  If C-M1 model is used to pump out water for consumption, it can pump:

2.1 cu. m. of water per day at 286 feet high or deep. This amount of water is more than the average daily consumption of 2 average Filipino families. Each family is composed of 5 members and consumes .85 cu. m. of water per day.

OR

48 cu. m. of water per day at 15 feet high. This amount of water can supply 56 average Filipino families using only 1-watt AC/DC motor.