The Original Horsepower
|The achievement of a certain output demands an investment of a certain amount of energy. The less energy needed to obtain a certain output, the higher efficiency.Power output can be expressed in Kilowatt (kW) or in Horsepower (HP).According to James Watt the definition for one Horse Power is the energy needed to lift 33,000 footpounds 1 foot off ground for 1 minute. Or translated into Scandinavian terms: 1 HP is the energy needed to lift 75kg 1m off ground for 1 second.
HorsePower Scandinavia is incessantly seeking solutions, which gives the best possible long termed output according to the energy invested. In our solutions we always seek to take base in the actual need, yet also relate this to future needs. In our work regarding electric motors, the efficiency is always an important parameter.
In HorsePower Scandinavia we also seek to increase the efficiency of ‘the original horsepower’ – essentially by visionary and result oriented work on youngstock horses, a.o. through physical and mental training, focused on horses welfare and optimum feed composition to reach the very best conditions for best performance and best breeding.
Our ‘material’ for this process is ‘the Islandic Horse’, which very well can be regarded as a unique Nordic horserace – a horse that already from natures hand has a very ‘high efficiency’.
We feel strongly about the importance of our work, but of course this is a long term process, which is the reason that we are presently not yet able to document our results. If you are interested, you can gain general information regarding the Islandic Horse among following links: