Lack of Ecat SKLep Heat is a ‘Feature’

Numerous questions have arisen over the amount of heat generated by the Ecat SKLep. People have asked Andrea Rossi about whether an assembly of multiple SKLeps would require any special cooling system, or if they needed to be spaced in such a way as to prevent overheating. Rossi’s answer has alway been the same, there is no cooling required.

Yesterday on the Journal of Nuclear Physics in the following Q&A, he was even more explicit on this topic:

February 7, 2022 at 2:39 PM
Dear Mr Rossi

Because SKLEP is very small, I would like to know if the internal temperature of SKLep at the max output power is significantly higher to the ambient temperature, and so it is important to make a thermal design of the system in case multiple SKLep are connected in series or in parallel to create high output power system


Andrea Rossi
February 7, 2022 at 3:46 PM
No, the heat is irrelevant. That’s a feature of our technology.
Warm Regards,

I think this ‘feature’ – lots of power without heat – is also one of the mysteries of the Ecat SKLep.