luv wind LLC presents the International Certification of the LWS 500

luv wind will be at Intersolar North America 2015, July 14-16 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, Booth 7983

SAN FRANCISCO, July 7, 2015 -- The LWS 500 Flow Turbine is the first non-rotor (propeller) based wind harvester to ever be certified. In addition to the certification required by the IRS for tax incentives, 61400-1, 61400-11 and 61400-12, the LWS 500 will obtain its own International certification class and number!


With a starting speed of 1.2 m/s and delivering 500 Watt at 11.4 m/s, the LWS 500 combines the best of German engineering and manufacturing. Light, durable and easy to install, the vertical and horizontal axis turbines are suitable for residential, commercial, marine and remote telecom usage.

The LWS 500 is ideal for wind locations with directional wind. The units can be installed parallel to solar modules or used on their own. Their low profile makes them less of an eye sore than traditional turbines and they are completely safe for wildlife, including bats and birds.

The LWS 500 is vibration-less and at 25dBA, is whisper quiet, resulting in restful sleep and happy neighbors. The turbines are self-braking at extreme wind speeds, in connection with the charge controller, and cannot overdrive.

Stacked in an array, the LWS 500 can be used as an Energy Return System (ERS) for commercial HVAC exhaust vents, a tremendous power output source, yielding a return on investment in months instead of years!

The LWS 500 Turbines are available though luv wind. For more information, contact us at info@luv wind.com or visit us at the Moscone Center, West Hall, Level 1, Booth 7983.

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