For Immediate Release

CXC Introduces The Snö Maker

 

The Future of Skiing is Here.

Skiers all around the world are frustrated with the warm temperatures and the lack of snowfall over the past few years. Dizzy from skiing around 1km loops on manmade snow, our engineers here at CXC have been working around the clock using state of the art equipment to develop the first skier portable snow machine, The Snö Maker. Using all natural elements, no GMO’s, and zero carbon emissions, The Snö Maker blows a thin strip of snow right in front of each ski.

Sno Maker

The Snö Maker

Our Secret.

This revolutionary approach uses liquid hydrogen. Rather than carrying around an entire water molecule, we simply carry the hydrogen and pull the oxygen from the atmosphere allowing for a weight savings of over 900% as compared to traditional water systems. Hydrogen has an excellent safety record, with only one minor German incident in 1937. It is all natural and non-carcinogenic. Even Jerry Brown, Governor of California, has given our machine his gold seal of approval.

How Does it Work?

Conventional snow making requires air temperatures below freezing. This limits skiing to only when the weather cooperates. With our patented dual purpose water and power generation fuel cell unit, hydrogen reacts with oxygen to generate electricity and water which then passes through our Kjølerom© where a refrigerant and fan work together to freeze and propel the snow forward. One simply fills their drinkbelt tank with the liquid hydrogen and goes skiing. Initial results are promising with 10% more snow production than our simulations predicted.

From Our Lab to Your Trails

With the Holiday Season upon us, we have moved from the design and testing phase to full production. There was a small mishap involving a research assistant, but they were considered expendable and easily replaced by another “volunteer.” Progress has continued and The Snö Maker will be in stores across the country by January 2016.

With the release of this innovative new product, our friends at Toko have agreed to develop a brand new line of waxes specially designed for the conditions produced by the Snö Maker.

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1st working prototype at CXC Labs

(Disclaimers)

100 meters of skiing requires just 40 liters of liquid hydrogen. Skiing at a 3:20 pace only takes 2000 horsepower to freeze the water. Expected system weight is less than 10,000kg. CXC is not liable for fires, explosions or any property damage and bodily injury, including death and dismemberment, resulting from the use of The Snö Maker. Do not attempt to modify the The Snö Maker as this will void the warranty and may result in accidental suborbital skier launch. The Snö Maker should be stored in a cool dry place, with the standard safety procedures of an ammunition bunker.  

Don’t wait! Pre-order you very own Snö Maker today at your local ski shop.

 

(Special Thanks to Co-Author and Inventor Andy Brown for helping to prepare this press release)

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2 thoughts on “The Snö Maker

  1. This is a great product. Once you have the first version shipping, I think your customer base will really appreciate two options that you can readily add: (1) Use deuterium instead of protium, so the “heavy-snow” will drop faster in front of the skis. Elite skiers will like this feature especially and you ought to be able to tap into the alpine market as well. Anyone who can carry the 10-kiloton device around won’t mind an extra six pounds for the deuterium. And, (2) Add tritium to the mixture as well and make “Glöw-Snö” for night skiing.
    Finally, I figure if someone can generate 2000 HP to drive this thing, you may well be able to make a “Mö-Snö” maker: If someone is moving fast enough, a ram-jet based air collector ought to be able to collect enough air to allow you to do a couple of things more. First, using the right catalysts you can break the air back into oxygen and hydrogen. Use part of that gas mix to provide a jet-assist to the skier for those days when they are on a recovery day or want to help an elderly relative get out and enjoy the outdoors. Second, for the purists, they can just keep making snow using the “Gö-Mö-Snö” feature. A perpetual motion machine for sure. No more canceled Birkie’s!
    I bet if you work hard you can roll one or more of these new products out soon, probably by the first of April.

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