‘First heat’ — Calibrating a Model 'T' LENR Reactor (Alan Smith/Looking For Heat)

The following document has been submitted by Alan Smith of Looking for Heat, the newly-formed company that has been formed to supply LENR experiments with equipment and materials for their research.
Here’s a description of the ‘Model T’ test-bed that is used in this experiment from the LFH website:

We call this LENR test and development system the ‘Model T’ in part as an ‘homage’  to Henry Ford’s first simple motor car. The supplied parts assemble into a very inexpensive and reliable device. It is a rapid test-bed for investigating and comparing potential LENR fuel recipes since samples under test can be swapped instantly in and out of the heater unit with no need to power it down. Having the ability to compare two samples at any one time makes the Model T stable and sensitive too.  It can be upgraded readily and simply, and it is easy to feed data to our in-house designed and built data-logging system. The kit comes with a dummy or ‘control’ fuel rod containing the Nickel powder alone, and two empty fuel tubes for your own experiments.




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