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You are here: > News > October 30, 2014

The role of the Pelton Wheel in GDS Technologies' water generator

Geoff Miller points out a fundamental component of Greg Patter's device, which pegs the genre of the technology as not using water as a fuel but as a tool. The diminishing of the water comes from atomization of some of the water as it hits the Pelton wheel.

At 2:09, you can see the Pelton wheel as Greg opens the water chamber cover.

Pelton wheel image: courtesy of

You can see the Pelton wheel generator portion of the assembly inside the GDS unit.

PMA Generator, Inverter, Pelton Wheel Water Power 240 VAC 50 Hz 500 W Micro Hydro 
Product image: courtesy of

Image 40 in Geoff's photo gallery

by Sterling D. Allan
Pure Energy Systems News

We've all become enthralled at that GDS Technologies Portable Water Generator that came on the scene a few days ago, without the intention of GDS Technologies who had planned on announcing it later, when they were ready to handle the expected sales. One of the advantages of this leak of information by virtue of their YouTube video being publicly available is that now they have a much better idea about the level of enthusiasm they can expect when they actually launch into the marketplace, projected for December 15, 2014.

Meanwhile the speculation about how this technology works has been flying around the forums.

Three days ago, Mike Waters, President of NEST, pointed out to me another similar system that we covered at PESWiki six years ago. 

Yesterday I received a call from Geoffrey Miller of EnergyBat Labs in Pennsylvania, USA. He seems to have nailed it, because he's worked on a very similar system himself and understands the principles behind it as well as how to make it work. And it definitely works, according to Geoff.

I asked if I could call him back so I could record our call. He said "NO", yet later he relented to disclose some information about this.

He pointed out that as you look at the GDS video, at time stamp 2:09, as Greg takes the cover off the water component, you can see a Pelton wheel. Then, as Greg opens the cover to the remainder of the system, you can clearly see the generator with cooling fan that attaches to the Pelton wheel; and he sent me an email with some images to show the connection.

Geoff said the reason that the water diminishes while running the system is you get atomization of some of the water as it smashes against the blades of the Pelton wheel. So water, in this case, technically, should not be thought of as a "fuel." Rather, it is one of the components of this self-looped mechanism.

Regarding the heat issue Greg says they have, I'm not a degreed engineer, but I would guess you could loop some kind of radiator cooling system into the water chamber so the unit could run continuously, without having the limit of 8-12 hours before a cool down of 3 hours is required for longevity.

Finally, just a little stats update, for historic purposes. The GDS video now has over 57,000 views; and our PESWiki page about them is approaching 18,000 views.

I should mention as well that the guy I'm interviewing today on my show, Kent Bingam of LlodGoff. was a Walt Disney Imagineer and Chief Engineer of EPCOT, and now is working with HHO. We will be talk about his Oasis machine that extracts water from air, which would be a great match with Solar Hydrogen Trends. He is super excited about 

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