Tuesday, October 12, 1999
GEET Releases Technology for FREE!
by Bob Colvin
Paul & Molley Pantone founders of Global Environmental Energy
Technology and GEET Management, LLC today announced that they
will release their "Small Engine Plans" (< 20 HP)
for FREE! This will be a shareware release for "Private Use
Only" to convert small gasoline stationary electric generators
up to 10 kW! High school students with no technical background
have been able to successfully build and run an engine over a
weekend from plans.
They are doing this to benefit mankind and help save lives if
Y2K electric problems are a reality. They will also accept voluntary
contributions if builders would like to donate the original plans
cost of $75 to help defer costs of developing larger versions
for the market faster. Due to high costs, only licensed users
that pay the $75 will receive technical support.
For people unaware of the GEET Fuel Processor, it is a simplified
"Plasma Reformer" that takes any hydrocarbon fuel or
waste product and transforms it into Hydrogen rich "Synthetic
Natural Gas". The "Small Engine Plans" will show
how parts can be purchased and then built from plumbing parts
from any local hardware store. Benefits include Multi-Fuel availability,
and up to
99% lower emissions and double the run time or MPG!
This technology has the ability to be retrofitted to any internal
combustion engine, including any gasoline, diesel, or turbine
engine. Retrofit plans for larger versions will still be available
through GEET Dealers for use on most cars, trucks, etc and specialized
parts are now available for purchase for people unable or unwilling
to make their own parts.
The small engine plans should be ready within a week and will
be available for downloading on the GEET internet websites. Due
to the high volume of downloads, Mirror sites are being requested.
P>Please forward any questions or requests for interviews to:
Paul Pantone - Inventor
License fees or donations can be sent to
625 West, 5300 South,
Murray, UT 84123
(Stay tuned to http://www.electrifyingtimes.com for a direct link to
a web address where you can download plans. Bruce Meland, Electrifying
Times publisher, is currenlty working with Paul Pantone on modifying
a motorcycle with the GEET device. We'll keep you posted on its
progress. Remy Chevalier ed.)