The high temperature e-cat report that Italian inventor Andrea Rossi presented last weekend at the Zurich Convention was a preliminary measurement of the e-cat technology. Rossi stressed that the final e-cat report is yet to be published. And the estimated publication date? Within months.
Rossi did not provide a specific date of the publication of the final e-cat report but he made it quite clear that the Hot Cat is a device still in R&D with specialists having to do more tests on it in the following months.
Anyway, Rossi provided the results of some of the tests done so far and some important details about his Hot E-cat technology:
“The external surface of our reactor is 933 cm2. The temperature we reach when it is stable is 1050 celsius on the external surface. The max power of the resistance is 8 kw. With these numbers only, the enegy produced is about 17 kwh/h, without considering the energy from the internal cylinder (whatever it is), the convection energy (which is a lot). Now: In the next 2 months we have to arrive to a precise determination of the maximum COP, but just from these very basic and constant numbers (independent from the measurements of amps and ohms) we have a cop around 2. The iter program to make energy with nuclear hot fusion, is costed 100 billion of euros and got not even 1.01 of COP.”
Furthermore, Rossi said that a list of many professors and engineers who are making the necessary measurements for months would be included in the final e-cat report. For the meantime, Rossi asked the public to let him and his team of professors and engineers work first.
For sure, they are very busy because the fusor units are under validation and certification process. It seems to appear that we have to wait for more information surrounding the e-cat technology as there are some differences following the reports from the 2-day Zurich conference. The name of the certifying agency has also been disclosed and that is SGS which is responsible in the testing and patenting of the nickel-hydrogen reactor. Fabio Penon, the nuclear engineer who has done some of the testing, has also been mentioned. Penon is involved in testing the e-cat.