May 23 2013

Rossi E-Cat HTs 3rd Party Test Report

J. De Herrera @ 3:05 pm

A third party validation report was published on May 16, titled “Indication of anomalous heat energy production in a reactor device”, whose purpose was to verify if the Andrea Rossi Energy Reactor is or is not producing more energy than it takes in. The validation test results were positive and are evidence that the Andrea Rossi Energy Reactor is producing vast amounts of heat energy.

The validation protocol was designed to test the reactor output energy – not to resolve the nature of the reaction, which was earlier called ‘cold fusion’ but now is called ‘Low Energy Nuclear Reactions (LENR).’ Scientists do not yet understand the process occurring in the Andrea Rossi’s Energy Reactor (E-Cat). Calculations of heat density show this is NOT a chemical reaction and therefore must be nuclear.

In the report conclusion, more testing is planned: “In the next test experiment which is expected to start in the summer of 2013, and will last about six months, a long term performance of the E-Cat HT2 will be tested. This test will be crucial for further attempts to unveil the origin of the heat phenomenon observed so far.“

The validation tests were performed by the following scientists from Italy and Sweden:

Giuseppe Levi, Bologna University, Bologna, Italy
Evelyn Foschi, Bologna, Italy
Torbjorn Hartman, Uppsala University, Uppsala, Sweden
Bo Hoistad, Uppsala University, Uppsala, Sweden
Roland Pettersson, Uppsala University, Uppsala, Sweden
Lars Tegner, Uppsala University, Uppsala, Sweden
Hanno Essen, Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden

There were two, four-day tests and data was gathered as the E Cat HTs performed continuously. The tests were funded by Elforsk and Alba Langenskiöld Foundation.

For detailed discussions and analysis of this report, see: .

Special thanks to all those who were involved in the validation testing of the Rossi E Cat HT reactor. They did a great job and should be applauded. People everywhere in the world will thank you and welcome this amazing device.

Now that we know that the Rossi Reactor is real, we can continue with the discussions of applications of this new technology on this web suite. There will be lots of work for the scientists, engineers, and technicians who will harness the incredible heat energy output from the Rossi Reactors. This heat must now be converted to electrical energy and used to power everything that requires energy.

For detailed discussions and analysis of this report, see:

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