Italian inventor Andrea Rossi made the safety certificate of the 1-megawatt e-cat available to the public. Granted by SGS Italy, the safety certificate is entitled Voluntary Certificate of Compliance With Safety of Directive 2006/42/EC (Annex 1).
Listed as having a maximum electric power in of 200 kW, the e-cat device has potential power out as 1 MW. Here’s an official statement that should be of interest:
“The voluntary verification has occurred by means of inspection visit carried out from the manufacturer with a satisfactory outcome. The results of the visit are on Technical Reports RVV.DM.MI12.003 and RVV.DM.MI12.004.”
There are mixed reviews regarding the approval of the e-cat technology but mostly positive. Of course, there are still people who view things differently, such as the following one:
“The safety cert is a nontechnical story in my opinion. So, I have no comment on it. The story concerning the failed test is still important. Note that the e-cat people stated that, after the failed measurement, they had to change the way they tested power by adding a variac per the article below. Does anyone think that by changing the way they measure after the National institute test, the ecat people might be possibly acknowledging their measurement techniques needed an accuracy improvement?”
Another poster, named Daniel Maris, replied:
“What are you on about? Haven’t you read the list of safety issues that the certificate addresses, set out by Ged. How can you call that non-technical – unless you are trying deliberately mislead people?”
Poster Peter Roe has another answer:
“So rather than talk about a documented and published set of safety tests conducted by an established 3rd party tester in accordance with established procedures, you would rather try to amplify the significance of an unpublished, unsubstantiated ‘test’ of unknown purpose, quality or circumstances. Your intent in doing so is obvious, and indeed your entire purpose for posting here is becoming very clear.”
It is interesting to note that people are getting more and more interested about the e-cat progress as time goes on and, despite having different opinions, discuss about the technology scientifically and show their open interest towards a LENR alternative energy solution.