It is not surprising if sooner or later the e-cat would replace the current industrial and commercial heating systems that are expensive, inefficient, and major contributors to environmental pollution. Boilers seem to be the ideal application for Italian inventor Andrea Rossi’s invention. Unlike these present boilers, Rossi’s LENR device does not use coal, natural gas, and industrial waste for fuel.
Do you know that in order to produce steam, hot water, or electricity, boilers use huge quantities of energy? Truth is, a large boiler system is among the big polluters of the environment. The importance of boilers in commercial and industrial facilities cannot be denied. They are among the company’s top priorities especially in manufacturing, schools, hospitals and many other public buildings. They use boilers to heat the rooms and for hot water or steam. To produce hot water for kitchen use, for example, a boiler is required. Whether in small offices, home or big facilities, boilers take centerstage.
Using the e-cat device can be a very brilliant idea especially now that pollution standards everywhere in the world are getting stricter. Unlike Rossi’s LENR device, industrial, institutional and commercial boilers contain oxides of nitrogen (NOx) that cause smog and acid rain formations.
On September 05, 2008, South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD) ammended rules for emissions of oxides of nitrogen (NOx) from industrial, institutional, and commercial boilers, and process heaters.
In the US alone, almost 163,000 industrial and commercial boilers consume about 8,100 Tbtu per year that account for about 40 percent of all energy consumed. This is why the commercial boiler market in American is estimated at $1.1 billion and rapidly growing.
If Rossi and his associates would consider manufacturing e-cat as a replacement for boilers, they would certainly make a large amount of money. However, we just have to wait for further study and research that would test the performance of Rossi’s controversial technology.
So, I guess the only question that still remains is: what can we do to make this better world possible?