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re: Case study: JV Industrial solves power outage issues with battery-free flywheel
Thomas Markert   2/23/2012 3:31:51 AM
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I'm impressed with Vycon's Flywheel system & hope that the medical field starts using them

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re: Case study: JV Industrial solves power outage issues with battery-free flywheel
WKetel   3/4/2012 3:42:26 AM
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I was hoping for a much more detailed description of the flywheel system, but it must be a big secret. Oh well .

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re: Case study: JV Industrial solves power outage issues with battery-free flywheel
cchospital   3/16/2013 3:38:50 AM
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First of all, I would like to set this record straight. Dearl was not even a manager of IT Infrastructure when this was technology researched, bought, and brought into the company. He was only involved in the last 5% of the project. The credit for discovery belongs to Jacob Southard. He found this technology, researched it, procured it for JV and left just a little bit before it was implemented. Also, if you read this article, you will realize that Dearl has no idea of what battery life is like in a UPS. He was a Telecom Director, who used politics to get to a new title. JV didn't keep replacing batteries. That was done, once every 4-5 years. Artciles like this need to be banned. Flywheel technology is great. But the source information on this is false. And yes, I have proof.

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re: Case study: JV Industrial solves power outage issues with battery-free flywheel
Mr Sparky   3/19/2013 8:58:31 PM
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Its a shame. CCHOSPITAL must be doing what she does best. Causing trouble AGAIN!

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re: Case study: JV Industrial solves power outage issues with battery-free flywheel
cchospital   3/16/2013 3:41:02 AM
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AS far as flywheel technoloy goes, it is a great investment. It delivers as it promises. I do recommend it.



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