Start-up or Cut-In Wind Speed for RoofMill™ Wind Turbine

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Start-up or Cut-In Wind Speed for RoofMill™ Wind Turbine

Postby Rooftop Wind Turbine » Sat Feb 11, 2012 2:02 pm

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>> I'm ready to buy and want to become the local dealer here in
>> New Mexico. There's not much wind power in most of my counties
>> that I want as territory but the solar panel kits will sell very well.
>> I'm going with your recommendation of a heavy solar 4.2kW kit.
>> the 1 wind turbine with 16 solar panels will give me power on
>> windy nights and like you said. The stormy days are never sunny,
>> so having wind power is always important with solar panels in NM.
>> The quote was better than I expected so check my New Mexico
>> counties and if still open, send me the invoice for wire transfer.
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>> I forgot one Question: what is the ideal wind speed? what is the
>> start-up wind speed to get turbines spinning and making electricity
>> on a RoofMill™ HO wind turbine? Thanks, Jim.

Hi, Welcome Aboard! Sounds good and I'll get the instructions to you this evening. Well the ideal would be a high wind, 30 mph or so, so you would make the most power. They start making power at under 6mph. The energy varies with the windspeed. The cut in or start-up wind speed is between 5 and 6 mph. That is a mere breath of wind and won't even raise a flag.

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Anyone wanting a small wind turbine, fill out the contact form and I can connect you with the dealer for your area. There are still areas open in most states for new dealers but many counties and a few entire states are taken up and several people are saying they are going to get their territory. So, if you are interested in becoming a dealer fill out the same form and we can see if your area may still be open.
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