Welcome to IEC
Powering humanity by delivering affordable, reliable electricity and mechanical work via MAGNETISM, the world’s most efficient energy source.
Following eight years of Research & Development and 25 prototype models, IEC is a newly formed, privately held company focused on the development and delivery of electrical energy & mechanical power with the application of Magnetic Propulsion.
Technology – Magnetic Propulsion
- Innovative, breakthrough technologies in the applied science of magnetism
- Product design, development and engineering
- Intellectual property and phased plan for patent filings
- World class manufacturing and supply chain management
- Led by an experienced senior management team, IEC and its flagship technologies are poised to revolutionize and fulfill the growing global demand for energy.
Inductance Energy Corporation (IEC) is the exclusive licensee of Magnetic propulsion technologies and is charged with the development, sale, leasing, and distribution of products for industrial, commercial, military, and consumer use. Magnetic propulsion is the science of moving a mass (such as a flywheel, vehicle, elevator) in a rotary reciprocating, linear, or vertical direction solely by means of controlling permanent, imbalanced magnetic radiation (field). Using the repulsion (opposing force) as a fuel source, the IEC Earth Engine, driven by Magnetic Propulsion, eliminates the need for any other fuel source, such as traditional fossil fuels, wind, solar, geothermal, or biomass.
Magnetic propulsion also allows for the zero-contact operation of variable speed transmissions, drive shafts, reducers, and other devices that normally require gears, sprockets, chains, or belts. This provides a near friction-free connection between power source and final selected device, such as a pump, compressor, or generator.
The pursuit of creating electricity via a magnetic device is not exclusive to IEC. However, the company has successfully manufactured engines that deliver significant torque using only Magnetic Propulsion.
Currently, IEC has developed, manufactured, and is installing 7.5 to 25-kilowatt engines, capable of driving up to 6,500 pounds of inertia power and delivering in excess of 41 kilowatts.
The discovery of rare earths and successful commercial use in recent years (since 1982) have made the discovery and applied science of Magnetic Propulsion possible. IEC manufactures its own fuel, and rare earth magnets have a documented radiation (field) half-life of 17 years.
IEC has multiple patentable innovations, but will file patents in the United States and other countries as necessary to protect trade secrets for as long as possible. These patents will be based on observable intellectual property, and all other IP will be held as trade secrets for as long as is deemed prudent. As of August 2018, IEC has filed two US patent applications as well as three trademark applications.
Flagship Product – The Earth Engine
The Earth Engine uses the rotary motion of a large flywheel mass (4,500 to 6,500 pounds) to induce a spin in a power ring that can produce a powerful magnetic force of up to 30,000 pounds. Think of this force as two magnets with two similar fields (North to North or South to South) "pushing" against one another.
We measure these forces at one-centimeter distance from one "fuel" segment (imbalanced magnet) to the other segment. We use the term fuel to describe our magnetic shapes, instead of the word magnet due to the fact that we imbalance the magnetic force and we do not use the attraction side of the magnetic field.
Let it be understood that IEC fuel is a depleting fuel source. In other words, over a period of time, the magnetic potential (strength) weakens over a period of many years. This magnetic potential is where the kinetic energy is gained in Magnetic Propulsion.
We "push" the large mass by controlling the magnetic field. When the two opposing fuel sources (magnetic fields) driving the flywheel mass are in the correct position, the Engine fires a small electromagnetic charge measuring about 52-watts. This charge allows the opposing fuel sources to "see" each other, and can produce significant force to spin the large flywheel mass. This rotating mass inertia is then transferred via separate magnetic coupling to a generator which produces electrical energy. This power can also be used mechanically.