Perendev is Tooling Up for Magnetic Motor Mass Production in Europe
All-magnet motor poised to be first to reach market. German
manufacturer licensed to manufacture 20 kw unit for Europe and Russia.
Estimated cost for first units: $8500 Euros.
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JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA -- For centuries, inventors have been claiming to
come up with magnetic motor designs that use nothing more than the power of
permanent magnets for the motive force; and for the same amount of time,
mainstream science has responded that this is impossible. "It has
been proven mathematically that no combination of permanent magnets in any
arrangement will generate power." 
History tells us that what has been proven in many
people's back yards and garages does not always coincide with mathematics of the
Author with Mike Brady
Dec. 2002, Johannesburg
June 17, 2003
in rotor repel
magnets in stator. Shielding
enables net thrust.
attached to generator.
Governor regulates speed
by adjusting gap between
rotor and stator.
Refusing to be daunted by what he considers to be
petty dogmas of academic science, inventor Michael J. Brady of Johannesburg not
only claims to have produced such a device, but reports that his company,
Perendev Power Developments Pty (Ltd) is now in process of manufacturing it on a
large scale for markets in Europe, Russia, and Australia.
Perendev's new website was published recently at Perendev-Power.com with the
assertion that they have achieved the milestone of producing "the world's
first fuelless magnetic engine."
Other inventors who claim to have built working all-magnetic motors would take
exception to the Perendev claim to being the first, as stated on the site.
Brady mentioned that he had noticed some inaccuracies on the wording on the site
and that he would be addressing them.
What is yet to be attained by anyone is a market-ready device. If Perendev
continues on the track claimed on its site, it could achieve that distinction,
and set the hitherto balking scientists community into motion to come up with
theories of why it works.
Brady estimates that the first units will sell for around $8500 Euros, but that
the price will decrease as volume sales increase.
The site features video footage of an earlier prototype running as well as
computer simulations of the newer designs. The prototype video is not
skeptic proof, as it does not do a walk-around during acceleration. Brady
has been promising another video that would do a walk around before, during, and
after motor engagement and acceleration followed by disengagement and
A page about the motor says that the motor works "by focusing the magnetic
field, the angles of the magnets and a special method of shielding."
Also, "the motor does not require external power to start up."
Brady reports that tests run have shown no diminution of magnet strength over
period of motor operation, which was two months in one instance.
As the stators become engaged, the three rotors with off-set magnet alignment
begin to spin. The speed is controlled by a governor. Without the
speed control, the device would accelerate to destruction.
Brady also states that a 4 megawatt unit is plausible with this design, and has
been rendered in conceptual blue print form.
A German company has licensed the manufacturing and marketing rights for all of
Europe and Russia, excluding the U.K., and is in process of tooling up to begin
mass production. Two other groups are in process of negotiating licensing terms
with from Perendev. One is in the U.K., for rights to manufacture and
market in the U.K., and the other is in Australia, for rights down under.
Brady brought a prototype to the Germans in mid March, and said they have been
testing it since that time. The prototype has been undergoing testing by
TάV, a German consumer quality control agency.
The name of the German company will be revealed when they have finished tooling
up and are ready to begin production, which Brady estimates will take place in a
month or two. He said that these units will be consumer ready for
application in home use, pending the stamp of approval from TUFF. Brady
also plans to allow German television crews to document the device for public
Twenty kilowatts is adequate to handle the peak load of most homes. Ran
continuously at that rate, the excess produced during average use, which is five
percent of peak use, could be sold to the grid for a quick return on
investment. It will put out quite a bit more than twenty kilowatts, said
Brady. "That is what it is rated to produce continuously."
In May he reported to have tested the unit with a larger alternator rated
at 60 kw "with very little degrading of the motor's performance."
Brady has been churning on this idea for thirty years, and actively developing
it for approximately the last five.
"We've been through hell -- no money coming from anywhere -- but we made it
through." A German citizen working in South Africa for a Hollywood
project came and talked to them and told them, "Let's put that behind us
and move forward."
# # #
- June 29, 2004 phone interview with Mike Brady.
- Visit by author to Johannesburg to meet Brady in December 2002.
- Three years of regular contact with the inventor.
Quote 1: posted to MXLO discussion group; June 30,
2004, just prior to the posting of this news article. The person making
the statement calls himself ali bali gumba. He has not yet come forward
with his real name though requested to do so.
Perendev Power's Official Website (page quicktime video functions take a long
time to work, be patient. The above images)
Perendev's Prior Website
List of Magnetic Motor Claims by Various Inventors
TάV Rheinland Group documents the safety and quality of new and existing
products, systems and services
Q. Did the author of this paper, Sterling Allan, see
the magnetic motor work?
A. "I did not see a working prototype. I saw the
prototype as it came fresh from the machine shop and helped assemble it, but
we were not able to tune it while there. The video is of the unit we worked
Soliciting Investment & Licensing Payments - Magnet Motor
claimant, Perendev Power International AG, has been distributing a letter
inviting individuals to invest in licensing or stock. (FreeEnergyNews;
March 12, 2005)
- Pure Energy Systems News Service Exclusive:
Magnetic Motor to Demo Soon - Magnets shipped were made wrong,
corrected set pending arrival Monday, completion estimated Wednesday. TάV
safety report pending next week as well. No diminishing of Gauss measurable.
Office being established in Munich. (PESN; September 30, 2004)
Page composed by Sterling
D. Allan June 29, 2004
Last updated March 22, 2006