We are company specializing in developing the TozoniMAGLEV magnetic levitation and propulsion technology, using Magneto-Dynamic Suspension (MDS) and Permanent Magnet Linear Motor (PMLM) systems invented by Dr. Oleg Tozoni.

TozoniMAGLEV is a fulfilled dream of engineers, achieving what was once thought to be impossible. It is a high speed, magnetic levitation transportation system that is capable of completely stable and safe flight with a speed of up to 340 mph (though limited only by power and air resistance). It is based on permanent magnets and steel cores and employs a new principle: the interaction between permanent magnets installed on a vehicle and specially designed steel tracks. Thanks to the electro-mechanical design of the system, a suspended vehicle reacts instantly and automatically to any shift from its assigned position and trajectory using its own internally generated magnetic forces. TozoniMAGLEV is based only on rare-earth permanent magnets and laminated steel cores covered by an aluminum layer, and does not require superconducting magnets, or complicated electromagnetic control servos.

Table-top rotating wheel test model
TozoniMAGLEV is capable of maintaining a levitation force of over 33 times the weight of the levitated magnets. Permissible lateral pressure is up to 6 tons per vehicle with a guaranteed deviation of less than 2mm. It is also capable of developing a propulsion force up to 9 tons with the vehicle weight of 25 tons and its capacity of 100 passengers. TozoniMAGLEV may also be employed for fast shipping of perishable goods. Its power system (three-phased current of constant frequency) is simple and reliable. Minimal radius of curves is 3000 feet with speed 170 mph, which makes it compatible with existing highways and railways. TozoniMAGLEV's passive magneto-dynamic suspension combined with combustive gases is also applicable for "Gas-Gun Acceleration" for launching of heavy objects into outer space.

A physical rotational desk-top model has been worked out for TozoniMAGLEV system that allows measuring the stabilizing and destabilizing forces acting on a flying vehicle at any speed at its deviations from assigned trajectory. The measurements can be made during the designing stage of MAGLEV for evaluation of stability of each designed variant of the system, thus circumventing the stage of full-scale modeling.