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The importance of motors with "Slavyanka" for the planet's ecology

Humanity's need for electricity is constantly growing. At the same time, the increasing energy production is one of the most harmful factors affecting the environment. 
  • Energy production leads to the depletion of the planet's fossil resources.
  • The atmosphere is polluted. The main contributing factors are emissions of sulfur and nitrogen oxides, fly ash, solid pollutants, and combustion products. Emissions increase the greenhouse effect and climate warming. 
  • The soil is polluted. Some of the slag and chemical waste from power plants cannot be disposed of, so they are either buried in the ground or dumped into huge chemical waste landfills. 
  • Water resources are polluted. Power plants are consumers of process water. During use, this liquid is saturated with solutions of hydrochloric acid, sodium hydroxide, ammonium salts, petroleum products and is discharged into natural reservoirs, thus poisoning them. 
All these factors are recognized as the main environmental threats to humanity and nature as a whole. The governments of many countries are seriously concerned about the situation.
Today, there are no safe ways to produce electricity, and the large-scale use of wind farms and solar panels is also detrimental to the environment. Therefore, the only way for humanity to reduce the degree of environmental pollution is to switch to energy saving mode, to use energy more wisely. People need technologies that will help reduce electricity consumption, otherwise the planet will face an environmental disaster.
The main consumers of electricity in the world are electric motors. Most of the motors that are currently in use have a low energy efficiency class. In other words, such motors consume a large amount of electricity, so there is a need to generate huge amounts of electricity by processing coal, oil and gas, using nuclear power plants.
Electric motors with the "Slavyanka" combined winding technology can be a solution to this problem. Their energy efficiency is confirmed by patents, research and many years of operational experience. The technology makes it possible to produce motors of high energy efficiency classes IE3, IE4 in the connecting mass and size dimensions of motors with low energy efficiency class IE1. In addition, four combined winding motors can be made from the same amount of raw materials as three classic electric motors. Motors with "Slavyanka" are operationally reliable: many of them have been operating faultlessly for many years. Therefore, their mass application will significantly reduce the consumption of electricity, fossil resources and the degree of environmental pollution.

These electric motors will be developed at the "Sovelmash" design and engineering technology department, which is being built in the special economic zone "Technopolis "Moscow" within the framework of the crowdinvesting project "Duyunov's motors".