FeTu is an R&D based business, start-up SME, incorporated May 2016, that was created to host the founder's novel invention. The FeTu 'Roticulating' concept seamlessly converts between volumetric and rotational energy in the purest of forms. This disruptive invention affords a light, efficient, oil-free engine of only two moving parts.
It is a 4-chamber compression device and yields drastic friction reduction whilst also inherently 'downsizing', 'down-weighting' and 'down-speeding'.
It is perfectly suited to electrical vehicle range extension, or as a primary drive, scalable to even the largest of applications.
The concept offers a replacement technology with significantly increased efficiency, reduced energy usage and thereby reduced fuel consumption and resultant Carbon Dioxide and Nitrogen Oxide pollutants.
Offering true positive displacement, self-priming and load-variable speed, this pure design also presents the most elegant and efficient pump, compressor or thermal/hydro turbine.
FeTu's range of applications and its innate characteristics could potentially transcend the energy landscape and forever change how we create and use energy.
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