Modular Electronic Cooling System,


A New Patented, "Pressurized Air Technology” to cool electronic circuits. A "Miniature 2.4 inch Super Air Pump," pushes pressurized air through small 1/8"-3/8” tubes. One Super Air Pump can replace 6 fans. Fans can push ai

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The Company’s Technology is smaller, lighter and less expensive than the technology that is used today. It has the potential to replace fans as the primary part used to cool electronic circuits and to become A Billion Dollar Enterprise within 10 years. If an electronic circuit cannot be cooled with air, then the only alternative is water or other liquid cooling. The Company’s Pressurized Air Technology can extend the range that air can be used to cool electronics into the water cooling zones, such as the cooling of electric car batteries.  
50 years ago, when an electronic circuit needed cooling the designer added a fan.
Today, they are still designing the same way except they use many Fans and heat sinks.  
A typical Desk top computer has 5 or more fans. 
50 years ago if you designed an office building you would design a Fan for Each office.
Today, if you were to desing an office building you would not use fans, you would place a centeral air conditioning unit on the roof and send the air through tubes to each office.  Each office has a Thermostat which can control the volume of air with a buterfly valve to each office.
This patented technology makes if possible to create a centeral air conditioning unit for electronic circuits or systems. The Miniature Super Air Pump sends the air through tubes to the hot components. Thermistors can be mounted on the hot components and a microcontroller board can adjust the quantity of air as needed with small electronic acuated valves to each component.  This simplifys the electronic cooling design and eliminates the need for multiple design change as the thermal engineers want parts mooved apart and the design engineer want them closer together to eliminate timing issues. 
There is no direct competition. The Company has the patents on this technology. The Company will compete with the fan and conventional heat sink industry and with the existing water and liquid cooling industry. Management believes that the Company’s Technology is superior to both of these existing technologies in price, size, weight and performance.
The Electronic Cooling Industry is a $10.3 Billing Market.  The Heat Sink and Fan Market is $7.6 Billion of that $10.3 Billion. Overtime, the Technology could replace 10%-25% of that market. The Company is projecting a 1% market share in 5 years and 10% in 9 years. Management projects revenue of $76 Million with a Net Income of $20 Million in the 5th year. The Company has the potential to become a Billion Dollar Enterprise in less than 10 Years.
The Company’s In-House Sales Organization will work through Thermal Design Engineers at Original Equipment Manufacturers, (OEMs), to assist them in using the Company’s Pressurized Air Technology in their new designs. The minimum customer order would be 1,000 units/month and would generate $1Million in annual revenue. A medium size customer would order 10,000 units/month and generate $10Million in annual revenue. A major customer would order 100,000 units/month and generate over $100Million in annual revenue. Just one of the Major OEMs, such as Intel, Cisco, HP, or Apple, could provide the Company’s 5 year revenue projection of $76,000,000.
The Inventor and CEO, Mike Blomquist, is a Mechanical Engineer with 30 years’ experience in Thermal Management of Electronic Systems. In the past 20 years, he was the Director of Engineering at IERC and later started two heat sink companies: PCS, which went from $0 to $12 Million in 3 years and Thermaflo, which went from $0 to $5 Million in 5 years. He has designed and sold heat sinks to: Intel, Cisco, HP, Dell and Apple, et al. 
Ray McLaine is an Electronic Engineer with 30 years’ experience. He has participated in numerous startups. His first company was Guardian Electronics, a Burglar Alarm Manufacturer, which went from $0 to $6 Million in 4 years; the Manufacturing was moved to Hong Kong and sold 2 years later. Ray has syndicated Real Estate development projects and raised money for two 3D Graphic Software
companies, Synthonics and 3rd Dimension Technologies. He received 3 Patents and participated in taking Synthonics public.
The 2.4” Super Air Pump and the Miniature Micro Channel Heat Sinks have been designed and tested successfully. Ongoing design enhancements and testing is in progress. Production tooling and molds need to be designed.
The Company has two patents on the Technology, which covers all of the components and the system patent of cooling electronic circuits with a "Pressurized Gas". Also, it includes a closed loop control system consisting of: Thermistors mounted on the hot components to measure their temperature; Miniature Piezoelectric valves inserted in the tubes, which are controlled with a microprocessor, which automatically adjusts the air flow if the temperature rises above a set temperature of any component.