New turbine engine developed by International Automated Systems operates at approximately 70% work efficiency

AMERICAN FORK, Utah, March 29, 2001 — Neldon Johnson, president and chief executive officer of International Automated Systems, Inc., announced today that, while low-temperature, low-pressure testing continues at Brigham Young University, initial data collected by the company concerning high-temperature, high-pressure applications indicate the new turbine engine developed by IAS yields approximately 70% work efficiency, representing a major improvement over traditional turbine engines.


By the OGJ Online Staff

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