Hyperion E-Cat Rossi: all the details and specification of the Hyperion E-cat made by Defkalion Tech
As early as June of 2011, the Greek company Defkalion Green Technologies was planning on manufacturing and marketing a new product called the Hyperion E-Cat. This device is essentially the same design as the E-Cat invented by Andrea Rossi and Sergio Focardi, except in a much more attractive package and optimized for home use. The type of science involved
in the E-Cat is called LENR, meaning low energy nuclear reaction. Though it is not known what type of reaction is actually occurring when the nickel hydrogen fusion occurs in the body of the E-Cat, it has been shown to produce a consistent amount of energy, much rivaling the results of the cold fusion experiments of 1989. Originally, Rossi was interested in two companies, Defkalion and Ampenergo in striking up a production deal for his E-Cat devices. Defkalion is a Greek based company, and Ampenergo is American.
The Hyperion model was meant specifically for home use, and there were various models designed to produce different amounts of heat, between 5kw and 30kw. Larger units designed to create
1 mwh of heat were designed to fit in a container sized between 20 and 40 feet. The device was meant to take energy from the reaction between nickel and hydrogen and use that energy to create heat. The reaction would also produce a small amount of copper which would need to be taken out every once in a while. The design features the main body of the E-Cat which consisted of nickel charged tubes in which the hydrogen was to be dispersed and a closed thermal circuit which aided in pushing out the heat and keeping the tubes cool. There was also a cooling liquid pump located elsewhere in the body of the E-Cat that assisted in the process of cooling. All of this would be contained within a sealed inner box that was then encapsulated in the container, and there would be a small electric radiator in order to cause the reaction to begin in the first place.
In addition, there was a series of different models made numbering a through f, tailored to fit different environments, such as fixtures for agricultural industries, lighting industries, residential areas, as well as areas that require special
applications. The Hyperion was designed for heating, but with a few additions of third party content, it could just as easily be modified to supply electricity too.
This was the planned outline for the Defkalion green technologies E-Cat. However, this was released as of late June. As of early August, Rossi has chosen to discontinue his involvement with the Greek company. The company sited pressures from various energy markets and investors as the reason that Rossi chose not to continue, but Rossi has said numerous times that the reasons were purely financial. Whatever the reasons for discontinuing his contract, Rossi has stated that all of the information that was shared with Defkalion was publicly available, and that there were no secrets shared with them that might have compromised his position. Though both Defkalion and Rossi have tried to make it seem as if their split was amicable, Rossi has stated that he has no desire to ever work with any companies based out of Greece again.
Since the split, little information has been released about the status of the product. It is not known what stage of development their Hyperion line was on, or if any of the production had been started yet on any of the models. Even though Rossi severed his contract with Defkalion, he was still involved with Ampenergo. Ampenergo has stated that their product will only need to be recharged once every 6 months with new nickel, and that there will be different models released at different price ranges. Ampenergo has not released as many details about the product they plan to release as Defkalion had before their split, but it is assumed that they will have a similar approach, as the design will basically be the same. Sometimes collaborator and
friend of Andrea Rossi, Francesco Piantelli is also researching some kind of new cold fusion technique though he has said little about it. He is forming his own company around it though and he is expected to research it further. Possible manufacturing details like what we see with the Hyperion E-Cat may not be far off sometime in the future if his idea succeeds, though now it is much too early to tell.