SEFE, a technology- and solutions-driven sustainability company, today provided the investor community with a summary of its proprietary Balloon Launch Assist system and a thorough description of its role in the company's flagship Harmony III product.
The Balloon Launch Assist system covers the use of a secondary stabilizing balloon on top of the primary lift balloon, allowing the simple launch and retrieval of the primary balloon. In addition to eliminating the need for the extra manpower usually associated with the initial launch of a balloon, the secondary balloon provides upward lift and prevents the primary balloon from tipping over, ensuring stability during the critical stages of initial balloon deployment, as well as during retrieval. The invention is in the patent application process with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office; as of yet, a patent-pending number has not yet been issued.
"Safety and efficiency are paramount as we build out the design of our Harmony III units," emphasized Mike Hurowitz, SEFE's Director of Engineering. "The Balloon Launch Assist accomplishes both, while minimizing the size of the team required to manage the operational procedures. And, of course, it fits into our overall intellectual property strategy, as the leaders in developing and bringing atmospheric energy to market."
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