Saturday, October 8, 2011


** Looking inside the experimental ECAT steam generator from LOW ENERGY NUCLEAR production. Contained in a 20 ft standard shipping steel container. The heating pipes are wrapped in a lead cover, it is said; as there is a burst of x-ray and gamma rays, when you start up. There is no residual radiation though, when you turn it off.

" TEST RESULTS- Temperature was kept above 110 C, or 230 F., from 15 to 19 the difference in average temperature of steam was 5 ° C (water inlet and outlet water), for 0.6 cubic meters / hour"

The engineers will have to play with these numbers, but my gut feeling, is that you need a hotter temperature, to produce enough steam to turn an electrical generator producing, either kilowatts, or megawatts of electricity. Especially under full load. There is neither enough heat, or enough steam to make this experiment practical yet, is my opinion. Could with a better design for heating water, do better, but you still are going to need much more heat. So far, I don´t see this working?? Interesting to read and note that; additional heat is required from an outside source every 30 minutes to keep the reaction going.( Ray Auxillou, Belize, Oct. 9, 2011 )

The Rossi E CAT iron nickel catalyzer heated steam generator, plant, often referred to as cold fusion, which is more of an ion transfer mechanism in physics, producing copper as a by product is supposed to be functional this month.

The information available is still secretive for the first pilot project. The deal to produce this in Greece as a 1 MW plant has fallen through. The pilot plant is being built in the USA and will be tested there. October this year 2011 was the announced commencement of production of electricity for the first experimental pilot project.
Oct 7, 2011. Recent news is the USA deal fell through and now the expected 1 mw plant test is to be in Italy someplace lae October.
Heat output of energy is expected to be 5 x more going out, than going in.
Self sustainability takes about 4 hours, to preheat the reactor. Then you can turn off the outside electric fed heater.
Some are saying it is not enough heat power to produce electricity?
It is apparently very important to get the nickel dust as fine as possible. Nano size prefered. There is apparently a lot more energy locked up in nickel, than in OIL, or diesel. Roughly 100,000 more times energy in nano sized nickel dust particles, of 1 gram, vs diesel fuel of 1 gram weight.
****Oct 6th, 2011, test demo of ECAT said successful.

Comments Dan A | Wednesday, 14 September 2011 at 2:43 pm

This article is badly in need of some corrections. First paragraph: MW used where it should be KW. If the individual E-Cats are 3 KW, 52 of them don’t make a 1 MW plant. If it’s four rows of 52 each (not clear in the wording) that’s still only 624 KW for the plant, not 1 MW. Second paragraph, the plant was built in Bologna. Is this correct? Originally, the plant was to be built in the U.S. and shipped to Greece. The last I read, it was to be built in the U.S. and to be tested at the currently undisclosed location in the U.S. A lot of people that I know are paying close attention to this project and hoping for its success. Let’s keep accurate information flowing.


In Belize, the new proposed electrical generating company still awaits the successful demonstration of the ECAT system in the USA now, instead of GREECE. The plans are in place, company shareholdings set up, though not yet registered and a steam generating electrical generator is on standbye for purchase from Europe.
The company, as yet unregistered and unnamed in Belize, has it´s eye on a steam generator in Europe, used in military ships. Investment will be required for the first pilot project to produce electricity for the National Grid in Belize. It is planned to go modular and add on units as finances and experience is gained from the first pilot unit. Land has been located, but not purchased and location chosen. Whether or not we go ahead depends on selling shares in the company to generate electricity for the National Grid of Belize. Start up capital will control how fast, or even IF we go ahead with the first pilot project.
We will require as a new company, $2 million US dollars in initial share offerings as start up capital. Ray Auxillou is Chairman of the Board, of the as yet unregistered company in Belize. A) Everything depends on whether the first ECAT system works in producing steam in quantities feasable at a cost that is realistic. b) The second factor is availability of the necessary risk capital for shares in the new proposed electrical generating company.
The container above does not produce electricity, but produces the steam to run a steam generator of 624 KW. The actual electrical generator and steam engine is a seperate unit. Our initial plan is to buy a ready made steam electrical generator of around 250 KW, or whatever is immediately available on the second hand market. The heating unit using pioneer ECAT technology to produce steam will be built locally in Belize.

*** ship steam generating electrical power plant. This is the one we first selected to purchase, about six months ago, if it is still available? The company can build to our specs on demand anyway for new units. We would have to ship it from Europe to Belize and install it. I forget the details now, but this one is around 265 KW. A turbine steam run electrical generator is not practical in low power units, steam pistons are better. For sustainability, the plan is to add units until we fill the DEMAND requirements of the National Grid. By having more modular units of lower power, we build in emergency capability in case of breakdown, thus ensuring cash flow revenues, at the same time, come what may in the way of emergencies. It is easier to grow and overcome the teething problems with a first time start up operation, using smaller units and capital investment, building in the necessary technical, long term expertise.

We are simply waiting to see the results of the first pilot project now being done in the USA. Originally slated to be built in Bologna, Italy and constructed in Greece for a 300 heater unit steam generator, the project has been sidetracked to the USA. This particular experimental pilot project in the USA is based on 52 heater units contained in a 20 foot steel shipping container. The actual steam generation of an ECAT heating system is straight forward and simple. There is nothing complicated about it.
Interested investors should contact Ray Auxillou, Box 276, San Ignacio, Belize, Central America. At this point we are not actively seeking financial investment in the proposed new National Grid of Belize, electrical producing company, but are so to speak, putting our ducks in a row, ready to go ahead, should all systems produce a green light. Initial preferred share offering price will be announced at a later date, once the question of a successful ECAT heating system is proved valid or not. We would prefer just one investor if possible for the projected $2 million USD startup capital. This is however, not carved in stone, but just to make the initial phase if we get that far, as simple bookkeeping wise as possible. The DEMAND capacity of Belize for electricity is 9 mw. currently.

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