Rossi: Higher Power E-Cat Reactor being Tested
Date: Saturday, March 03, 2018 @ 12:13:40 EST
Topic: Devices


From e-catworld.com: Rossi: Higher Power E-Cat Reactor being Tested — QX Still to be First Product (Update #2: Prototype is 100 kW)

Anonymous, March 2, 2018 at 10:46 AM
Dr Andrea Rossi: From your comment of yesterday I understood that the new big reactor has a power of 100 kW: did I understand well?

Andrea Rossi, March 2, 2018 at 3:32 PM
Anonymous: That’s the prototype we are testing. Warm Regards, A.R.

That’s quite a change from a 40 W QX reactor!

We know that Andrea Rossi has never really been completely satisfied with any version of the E-Cat. From the very beginning of his going public we have seen various models, ranging from low temperature E-Cats to Hot Cats, to the E-Cat QX.


Now we learn of an even newer E-Cat which doesn’t yet have a name. From what Rossi has described it is a larger version of the E-Cat QX, in other words a higher powered plasma-based reactor which he says his team has just started testing.

According to Rossi, this does not mean that the E-Cat QX plans are now on hold, which has been the concern of some E-Cat followers. On the Journal of Nuclear Physics, one reader stated “There is a problem with you being a genius. The problem is that you never stop being inventive, and creating better technology. That, of course, has a downside – the product is never static enough to go into mass production, and potential customers will be waiting for the next big development. The world needs your Ecat NOW. Can you come up with a Quark based product, designed so that the smaller composites could later be swapped for the more powerful unit. If you were able to do that, and promise a FREE UPGRADE for early adopters – that would get the money flowing, and please me and the rest of your followers.”
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Full article: http://e-catworld.com/2018/03/01/rossi-higher-power-e-cat-reactor-being-tested-qx-still-to-be-first-product/






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