POWERTHRU introduces the PT190 flywheel system to improve reliability of the previously-designed Pentadyne GT product. The POWERTHRU PT190 product offers backward compatibility with the Pentadyne GT series.
The continued growth of the flywheel business necessitates the establishment of POWERTHRU as its own division of PSI. POWERTHRU continues support for the government and commercial owners of the Pentadyne product.
POWERTHRU completes the delivery of 30 spare flywheel systems to its government customer.
POWERTHRU provides their first commercial support of the Pentadyne product to Emerson Network Power.
July 15 2010
In order to continue providing uninterrupted service to the United States Air Force, Phillips Service Industries, Inc. (PSI), the parent company of Beaver Aerospace and Defense, Inc., acquires the production assets of the Pentadyne GT Series Flywheel. The assets are removed from Chatsworth, California and moved to Livonia, Michigan. The company is established as a business segment of Beaver Aerospace and Defense operating under the name of POWERTHRU.
Pentadyne discontinues the GT series flywheel operation.
June 2005 through May 2010
Pentadyne delivers 450 GT flywheel systems to Beaver Aerospace to support their actuator program. Pentadyne also establishes a commercial marketplace for 500 additional GT flywheel systems, in the UPS industry.
Beaver Aerospace and Defense successfully demonstrates the ability to power an actuator system, without any facility power, by utilizing the Pentadyne flywheel. A subsequent seven year contract is awarded to Beaver Aerospace to provide 450 actuator systems to the government.
Pentadyne Power Corporation is established.