C-M Machines

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 CRDC's answer to conclude this quest.

The basic mechanical principle and concept of C-M Machines

C-Ms are collaboration of very simple and practical scientific principle and mechanical concept that led to the invention of the following powerful machines: C-M1 and C-M87 – the hydroelectric power generating machine through water recycling concept, C-M2 – the flying machine and C-M3 – the engine replacement machine. Both C-M2 and C-M3 are compact versions of C-Ms. C-Ms are different from the principles and concepts of known Perpetual Motion Machines and Conventional Prime Movers namely: fossil-fuel-based engines, nuclear, and nature’s prime movers, which all have drawbacks.



The C-M Machines



Conventional Hydroelectric Power Generation Plant versus C-M1 Hydroelectric Power Generation The Water Recycling Concept



Conventional Hydroelectric Power Generation Plant





C-M1 Hydroelectric Power Generation The Water Recycling Concept

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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 CRDC 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 CRDC 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 either pump:
             1. 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
             2. 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.

The C-M2 Machine

Flying Machine

G-Force Emulator, The Power Source of C-M2

USPTO Patent Application Number : 12/288,988

The C-M3 Machine

Engine Replacement

G-Force Emulator, The Power Source of C-M3

USPTO Patent Application Number : 12/288,988

The C-M87 Machine

Electric Power Generation

Hydroelectric Power Generation, Water Recycling Concept

USPTO Patent Application Number : 12/586,975