Chorus Motors plc Announces New Chorus Motor Patent

Motor boasts very high start-up torque and greater efficiency, at lower cost within standard operating temperature limits, than for conventional AC and DC Motors.

Published: 07-Mar-2001

GIBRALTAR--(BUSINESS WIRE)--March 7, 2001--Chorus Motors plc, a subsidiary of Borealis Exploration Limited (BOREF:www.Pinksheets.com) announces that a patent, titled "High Phase Order Cycloconverting Generator and Drive Means" No. 6,198,238 was issued by the United States Patent and Trademark Office on March 6th, 2001. This patent joins our growing Chorus (tm) technology patent portfolio, with numerous further patents still pending.

The Chorus(tm) Motor uses new windings and controllers to greatly increase the torque and the efficiency of AC motors. For more information about Chorus(tm) see the Chorus Motors plc web site at http://www.chorusmotors.com. The new patent is available at our web site under Latest News.

Characteristics of the Chorus(tm) Motor include very high start-up torque and greater efficiency, at lower cost within standard operating temperature limits, than for conventional AC and DC Motors. Industry experts may view a Chorus(tm) Motor prototype in operation at our US facility in Boston.

Isaiah W. Cox, President of Chorus Motors plc, says "Chorus(tm) is the ideal solution for many applications, including electric and hybrid-electric vehicles. Manufacturers and end-users looking for more powerful and efficient diesel electric drives, like those used in locomotives, will find this new patent of particular interest."

Borealis Exploration Limited has 5,000,000 shares outstanding.

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