In the world of e-cat or energy catalyzer LENR based product of Italian inventor Andrea Rossi, certifications remain the buzzword. People who have been following the story behind this new technology have been talking about the updates on the e-cat certifications as Rossi recently made statements that are both interesting and intriguing in the positive way. In just more than a year since he announced the e-cat to the public, Rossi has obviously had amazing successes. It is indeed a marvelous achievement when he has finally developed a working e-cat LENR device. In addition, he has developed more than one in just a short period of time. It seems that every time Rossi succeeds with his work, he always works on a new fusor unit.
In the past reports, information surrounding the designs of the e-cats are discussed. Today, with four fusor models, it has become a daunting task to distinguish which one is the domestic version, the industrialized unit or the high temperature e-cat. The e-cats that are under certification testing and patenting are the following: 10 kW original, low temperature for domestic use; 10 kW Hot Cat, also for domestic use: currently under self-sustained studies and tests; 1 MW original, low temperature for industrial use: already in production, with orders for at least 13 more units and 1 MW Hot Cat, also for industrial use.
Rossi confirmed on his official website JONP that he is under a strict non-disclosure agreement so he cannot provide further information about the certification process of the e-cat units that are under the certification process. The good thing though is he promises to reveal details once certification is completed. As of the moment, he will focus on getting his units certified.
“First of all, the certification process must be completed in Europe or in the USA at least before we make an installation, and this is valid also for Africa: it is deontologically unacceptable to install a not certified apparatus in a Country just because in that Country the safety issues are not addressed,” Rossi underscored.
In a separate post on the JONP blog, Rossi says that a scientific magazine will publish the e-cat report this September. The e-cat report will be presented in the upcoming Zurich Convention by no other than Rossi, the man behind the nickel-hydrogen reactor. It has been reported that the people who will attend the Zurich Convention will be the first ones to get access to the e-cat information.