Stockholm E-Cat Demo in Six Minutes (Video)

If you want to get in idea of what went on at the November 24 2017 E-Cat QX demonstration, but don’t want to watch the full three hour show, a new video has been posted on the ecat.com website which condensed down the show to just six minutes. It includes Mats Lewan’s introductory explanation about Andrea Rossi’s technology, Rossi explaining his experimental setup and taking measurements, and talking about his industrial goals for the E-Cat.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5KkYMPp4c68&feature=youtu.be

  • greggoble

    Observations kept in mind,

    For the home or individual public use… Rossi LENR Tech.

    Yes, safety certification and new licensing hurdles loom ahead.

    Yet…

    For commercial (industrial) use little licensing is required; consider these points…

    No pollution / Exhaust gasses/ Discharge fluids.

    No ionizing radiation.

    No radioactive materials in the fuel cycle.

    Very little slag.

    …therefore any such (licensing) approval is certainly not required at all.

    Why worry about these?

    Rather consider satisfactory approval by each of the parties involved.

    Warm regards of course, is needed for each to be satisfied.

    Certification for high pressure steam lines or pressure vessels is a no brainer.

    Shielding certification for non ionizing radiation is a no brainer as well.

    No-brainer i.e. easily-aquired.

    Blessings be… a bit of prose for you’s and your’n.

    Alights

    The nest instinct through

    True imaginings delight

    Leads to what’s right

    Color the lining new

    Tufts soft and light

    Bits shiny bright

    Into completion it grew

    Winged creatures alight

    Home for the night

    —gbgoble2010—

    Alights

    1. To come down and settle, as after flight.

    2. To come by chance: alight on a happy solution.

    3. To dismount from a horse or vehicle.

    Word Origin & History

    Alight: “on fire,”

    early 15c., apparently from M.E. aliht , pp. of alihton (O.E. on-lihtan)

    “to light up,” also “to shine upon”

    Middle English alighten , from Old English ālīhtan : ā- , intensive pref. + līhtan

    to relieve of a burden

    (from līht , light ; see light)

    (orig. an animal mount) of weight

  • Andreas Moraitis

    Apparently, this collection has been made by a layperson that mixed up flow calorimetry and optical thermometry. Of course, the energy of heated water would not be calculated on the basis of the Stefan-Boltzmann law (2:00 – 2:20).

  • and where is the full video?

  • sam