Thanks to Christopher Calder for posting the following regarding Solar Hydrogen Trends:
An article on the kochari.info web site states that the operations of the company have moved from a garage/back yard into a 2000 square foot industrial facility (pictures at the post).
The article also reports about a test performed by a company called Horizon Air Measurement Services, Inc. on one of SHT’s Symphony 7A hydrogen reactors, and the test results are made available in the document below:
The article states, “The Symphony 7A-M1 showed hydrogen flow rate of 86.7 acfm, compared to 50 acfm (AirKinetcs) and 127 acfm (TRC) results from 2014 for Symphony 7A. This flow rate at 417 watts of input and hydrogen purity of 92.5% translates to COP of 900 (900 times more energy output than is inputted to the system).”
I haven’t seen any details posted about how the Solar Hydrogen Trends reactor works, so there are naturally many questions that need answering to get a full understanding of what might be going on here. The full report by Horizon Air Measurement Services is not posted on this site (just the summary). I wonder whether the reactor includes catalysts that are consumed in the reaction process? It is stated that this reactor ran for 8 hours for the test reported on here, so I wonder what the limitations are.