Electric Moto Details Patented Cooling System
CONGERS, N.Y., Feb. 5, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Electric Moto Corporation (OTC Markets/Pink Sheets: EMOT) released details today of the patented electrical vehicle cooling system that it had recently acquired.
In an announcement on January 16, 2013 Electric Moto released the news that it had acquired a unique system for heat dissipation in electric vehicle operation. Brian Belton, Director of Research and Development for Electric Moto, offered a more detailed description of the technology, and the impact, of the acquired patented process.
"Reducing heat is especially important in the efficiency and longevity of electric vehicles, as improper heat dissipation robs power from electric motors. But the dilemma for designers of electric vehicles is that traditional methods of reducing heat added weight, wind resistance and the complexity of multiple systems---all of which reduced vehicle performance as well. We believe that we have mitigated all those problems with one simple system: use the empty space in the frame as coolant storage, use the frame itself as heat dissipator, and employ the motor as a conveyor of the coolant.
"No added weight, no added surface area, no additional moving parts---this is straightforward, extremely effective, and a major enhancement to the performance and durability of electric vehicles."
EMOT is a leading technology and lifestyle company dedicated to the development, manufacturing and distribution of zero-emission vehicles and related products. The 72 Volt Dual Sport Gen 1 Electric Motorcycle, and its Gen 2 successor, lead the charge of EMOT's "Green vehicles," along with its "pit bike," commuter motorcycle, scooter, electric bicycle, ATV, three-wheeled enclosed vehicle, and personal watercraft.
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Contact: Robert J. Lancellotti
Chairman, Acting CEO
ElectricMoto Corporation, Inc.
SOURCE Electric Moto Corporation