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Author Topic: Old magnetic technology that seperates heavy steel plates with little work  (Read 2620 times)


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When I was a teenager I worked Saturdays in my dads warehouse loading sheet steel on trucks. They were 4' by 8' and we had to pull the sheets off a stack six inches thick. To separate them so we could get our hands under the sheet we used large magnets called fanner magnets. When put on the side of the stack it separated the sheets. I remembered that and when I started this overunity research it was the fanner that first came to mind. I drew overunity designs (5 or more) and ran tests and posted to the old Free Energy List and later to JLN Labs. I also have sent my collection of designs to countless people world wide over the years with the designs in the collection. They are also in my archives on Eric Vogel's site at this time. I have listed a link below showing one of the many fanners or so called separators I spoke of.
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I also have sent my collection of designs to countless people world wide over the years with the designs in the collection.

...but did you ever build any of these designs?

I remember a while back Al Francour (Spelling?) replicated a Wesley device and then built OU magnet motor - he then droppped out of sight.