FusionFlight: Unleashing the Power of Microturbine Technology
Welcome to the future. FusionFlight specializes in devices powered by microturbine technology to revolutionize how we use energy and how we move through space. The microturbine is a small type of jet-engine, the size of a large coffee mug, but it can produce incredible amounts of power.
The applications for microturbine technology are only limited by the imagination.
ARC Microturbine Generator
The ARC is the world's smallest and lightest 9kW generator fueled by Diesel or any other Heavy-fuel. It can be used to power electrical aircraft or as an on-demand power supply in an emergency situation.
Benefits of Microturbine Technology
The turbine engine has one of the highest power-to-mass and power-to-volume ratios of all air-breathing engines. As a result, FusionFlight products based on the jet-turbine are light, compact and powerful. Additionally, the compressor of the turbine allows products based on this technology to operate reliably at high-altitudes and inclement weather conditions. The turbine can be made incredibly small: also known as microturbine, this engine can spin at a maximum of 130,000rpm at full throttle to produce plenty of power in a compact system.
In the age of electrification, the benefits of liquid fuel are often forgotten. Turbine-based aircraft and generators can use a variety of heavy fuels like kerosene, Jet-A, and Diesel. This type of fuel is readily available almost anywhere in the world. Liquid-fuel products do not require complex battery storage systems and charging stations like their electrical counter-parts. Most notably, kerosene-based liquid fuel has 40-times the energy-density of Lithium-based batteries. This means that products powered by turbines have an order of magnitude greater performance when compared to their electrical counter-parts. Last but not least, devices based on liquid-fuel have quick re-fuel capability.