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The Kinetic Energy Storage

Everyday we waste a precious energy - kinetic energy.So,to save kinetic energy is to save oil.The working functions of the machine is like the F1 of KERS system. The structure is compact and easy to operate.It's more compact and efficient.Conversion efficiency around 99%. Dou you whant know more? cgcow1@gmail.com


 


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