Borealis Exploration Limited is a technology development company that is re-inventing the century-old core technologies used by basic industries. Our efforts are currently focused on several key technologies. Further information on each can be found at their individual Websites:
The Chorus Motor is an AC induction electric
motor/drive offering dramatic improvements in torque, size, weight, and reliability. A
multiphase Chorus Meshcon motor can produce five times the startup torque of a same-sized
three-phase conventional motor. It is ideal for low-speed overload such as those with
start-stop and traction requirements, providing high torque at low speeds without compromising
high-speed operation and performance. Initial applications - such as the WheelTug® powered
nosewheel - are for aerospace (where power, size, and weight are all critical considerations),
and for starter-generators. Chorus is also ideal for powering industrial machinery, cars,
trucks, ships, and trains.
Cool Chips™ are revolutionary devices that use
quantum electron thermotunnelling to produce cooling, refrigeration, or air-conditioning
more efficiently than any existing thermal management technology. They are solid-state, small,
lightweight, scalable, versatile, and reliable. Applications include cooling electronics,
refrigerators and freezers, medical and industrial equipment, buildings, cargo, aircraft,
Power Chips™ are devices similar to Cool Chips that use
the same physical process to convert heat into electricity, more efficiently than any existing
technology. They can operate nearly anywhere there is a source of heat -- making them capable
of replacing many of the existing technologies for generating electricity. They can produce
power for laptop computers, buildings, and cars and trucks.
Recent advances in our work with Avto Metals™ have brought
Cool and Power Chips development closer to completion, and have significantly impacted our work on
Photon Chips™ (photoelectric devices designed to
efficiently convert solar energy into electricity).
In addition to these technological advances, Roche Bay plc, a Borealis subsidiary, controls the
Roche Bay Magnetite Deposits. Roche Bay holds one of the largest known undeveloped deposits of
iron ore. Located in northern Canada, they contain 4.3 billion tonnes of magnetite ore and 1.6
billion tonnes of hematite ore, as well as significant quantities of other minerals.