Pictures of 1 MGW E-cat Unit Now Available
The Swedish technology magazine Ny Teknik has posted the first pictures and video of Andrea Rossi’s 1 Megawatt e-cat cold fusion generator unit to the world. Rossi allowed Ny Teknik reporter Mat Lewan to examine the e-cat generator he is building there. This will apparently be the unit that will be turned over to an unnamed “American entity” for testing sometime in October.
The unit which looks like a cargo container it is apparently a portable steam generator designed for industrial, commercial or military purposes. Ny Teknik was allowed to witness a test of it. Lewan said the unit ran for 90 minutes after receiving a thermal electric power input of 2.6 kilowatts. After the power was shut off the unit ran for 35 minutes without external energy output.
The e-cat generated a temperature of 130 degrees but did not create any visible steam. Ross told Lewan that the e-cat could deliver about 27 kilowatts. These claims seem questionable since Rossi himself has stated he is not ready to generate electricity with the e-cat yet.
The e-cat plant Rossi intends to deliver would contain 52 E-cats. The devices are mounted along the rows of a 20 foot cargo container. The devices are connected to a valve for filling hydrogen, electric wiring and a water supply. Steam would leave the container through a valve which would apparently be connected to a turbine or other device. It is unclear whether this is the final design or simply a test model.
Lewan reported that Rossi told him the device was designed with the help of Swedish physicists Sven Kullander and Hano Essen who examined e-cat and met with Rossi at Ny Teknik’s request earlier this year. The design is apparently based on research done by Hidetsugu Ikegami who is described as a professor emeritus at Japan’s Osaka University.
This will probably be the device that Rossi and a group of scientists will test for a US organization for four months starting in October. Rossi has not stated what US organization he will be testing it for. So it could be a big corporation, the US military, the Department of Energy or even NASA or a combination of all of them.
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