RFL headquarters is located in Sydney Australia and positioned a convenient 25 minute drive from the Sydney international airport. To see the location on a map click here.
Located within the Sydney headquarters are the Research and Development facilities and NATA certified test laboratory. All RFL motors and generators are designed and tested within this facility ensuring an efficient development process and fast validation of designs.
All RFL designs are developed using industry standard design tool including Solidworks CAD and Maxwell Modelling software. This facilitates design handover and maximises the integrity of the design throughout the handover process.
RFL designs are backed up in multiple copies off-site to protect your investment and for peace of mind.
RFL currently offers Chinese language support for both business communications and translation of technical documentation. If other languages need to be provided then RFL can accommodate these as required.
RFL partners with the following companies:
China Confidential represents RFL in the Chinese market. China Confidential is a specialist consultancy with offices in Australia, South Africa and the United States that provides supply chain management services for companies seeking manufacturing and distribution partners in China. Visit them at www.cconfidential.com
Global Capital Assets (GCA) represents RFL in the US market. GCA is an investment company committed to partnering international investors in building sustainable, mutually beneficial businesses, projects and infrastructure that add value to their communities – both locally and globally.
Radial Flux Laboratories has its origins in the field of solar car design and competition. The Solar car races began in 1985 and by the mid-1990s were technology showcase events for the latest in solar collection devices, lightweight composite materials and lightweight, high efficiency electric motors. RFL met this challenge with a radical new motor design which achieved a remarkable 85% reduction in weight and materials and yet increased efficiency by 10%. This technology breakthrough became the design basis for a range of motors branded T-Flux which were used in both Solar Racing Car and Boat design. Not surprisingly T-Flux based designs dominated the competitions and won 43 awards over the period 1995 – 2000. On the basis of this success the company saw the opportunity to transfer the technology to motors and generators which it develops today for use in widespread commercial applications using standard manufacturing techniques.
Left: Solar racing car using T-Flux motor.
Right: T-Flux motor compared to an equivalent AC induction motor.