Mats Lewan of NyTeknik has published a special report shortly after the Zurich Conference, covering potential investments from Northern Europe. Here’s what the article says:
“Investor Group had instructed the SP Technical Research Institute of Sweden, to monitor the measurement, and the researchers who attended measuring an input electrical power that was two to three times higher than Rossi himself measured. The measurement used the SP called True RMS instruments.”
As the Hot Cat is still a product in development that requires a lot more development and testing, it’s maybe a little too soon to speak about investments in this device.
Hydrofusion, the Northern Europe licensee of the original E-Cat and E-Cat plant also issued an official statement on their web site, strictly related to the Hot Cat. Here’s the content of the press release:
“Hydro Fusion witnessed a new independent test of the high temperature ECAT prototype reactor on September 6th in Bologna. Although no full report has yet been received, early indications are that the results of the July 16th/August 7th reports could not be reproduced. Hydro Fusion cannot at this stage support any claims made, written or other, about the amount of excess heat generated by the new high temperature ECAT prototype.”
In the recently concluded e-cat conference held in Zurich, Italian inventor Andrea Rossi said that the testing reports were not final and added that there are more testing being undertaken by Leonardo Corporation, the manufacturer of his e-cat LENR based products. There have been widespread talks that Rossi will be providing further details about the e-cat certifications process in the e-cat report, which will be published by a scientific magazine.
On his official blog Journal of Nuclear Physics, Rossi revealed that the high temperature e-cat or Hot Cat has yet to be validated because the tests and the measurements have still to be completed. Rossi said that it would take at least 2-3 more months in order to complete the validation process.
In his post, Rossi shared that the work of the professors and engineers making these necessary tests is very complex and provided an explanation:
“For example, the measurement of the energy consumed has to be made in a way that is beyond any reasonable doubt, so now we are repeating the measurements using a variac to avoid that energy used by resistances is not measured by the voltmeter and the amperometer. (This is an example of the many issues that are under probe).”
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