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The New RUTLAND WG 913 WINDCHARGER

Ideal for stand-alone or combined wind/solar systems, the Rutland WG 913 gives 2 Amps at 10 MPH, 7.5 Amps at 22 MPH with still higher outputs as winds grow in strength.

The Rutland WG 913 maintains momentum between gusts because of its unique low friction 3 phase generator, is quiet in operation, built to take severe weather, and backed by a full warranty from a manufacturer and distributor committed to product excellence and customer satisfaction.

Inventory of all Rutland Windchargers is held in our Buffalo Warehouse.

Available in North America from

Inventory of all Rutland Windchargers is held in our Buffalo Warehouse.

Trillium Windmills, Inc.

1843 Marchmont Rd., R.R. #2, Orillia, Ontario, Canada L3V 6H2 Tel. 800-787-8470 Fax. 705-326-6513 E-Mail. [email protected] Web. www.catscan.com/trillium/trillium.html

Manufactured by Marlec Engineering Co. Ltd., of the u.k. Tel. +44(0)1536 201588 Fax. +44(0)1536 400211 E-Mail. [email protected] Web. www.dialspace.dial.pipex.com/marlec

Over25000 Rutlands in use around the world • Dealer inquiries invited

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