Radfields is a world-class, cutting-edge, green, transmission system for marine and wind turbine engines.
Founded in July 2018 by Inventor Rad Iliuta, the innovative transmission system for engines is revolutionising the marine industry. It is based on the principle already known of permanent magnets, used on commercial ships or large vehicles, but too expensive until now for pleasure craft. Unlike a conventional gear, the pinions are not in contact, but an electromagnetic field prevents them from being brought closer together. When a crown moves, it is this repulsion that causes the second to rotate without them touching each other.
At Radfields, our goal is to facilitate the transition to electric boats, thanks to a better propulsion efficiency allowing more autonomy.
While electric pleasure boats often do not require a transmission, Radfields' solution allows them to benefit from it without losing comfort. They can thus reduce the rotational speed and increase the propeller diameter for better hydrodynamic efficiency.
The elimination of mechanical losses related to the transmission also increases the boat's or wind turbine autonomy. The transmission ring can also be equipped with coils for use in hydrogenation.
It can also accommodate several motors, electric or thermal, for the same shaft line. Redfield’s product thus makes it easy to create a parallel hybrid propulsion system or an electric system with several low-power engines to optimise the cost and use of engines according to the type of navigation, in port or at sea.