Frank Acland recently asked Andrea Rossi some really good questions about E-Cat manufacturing, and got some good answers from Andrea Rossi. In response to Mr. Acland’s question, Rossi replied that hybrid systems are, indeed, quite possible. We were all excited to learn that the E-Cat could be powered by gas, since this makes it far more possible to set up E-Cats in remote regions to provide power. The acknowledgement that hybrid units can be made available sweetens the pot.
Mr. Acland also asked:
“Approximately how many reactors can be manufactured in a day at the moment?”
Mr. Rossi’s answer was surprising:
“With the outsourcing network already organized, if necessary we can manufacture thousands per day, if necessary.”
This is really exciting news, and we can’t help but wonder how soon the Hot Cat plant being manufactured will go online, so that the world can see for itself that LENR actually works.
Another question from Mr. Acland got a newsworthy answer:
“Approximately how long does it currently take to build a hot cat plant?”
“One module of 10 kW take 5 man hours, right now, but with a robotized line this number can be reduced to less than 1 hour.”
It sounds like the robotized lines are already being planned. In addition, the man hours required for the manufacture of a 10 kW unit is remarkably low. This is exciting news. It sounds like Leonardo Corp. and the U.S. partner are ready to hit the road running, as they say in the U.S.