The team of Solar Hydrogen Trends, who claim a reactor able to produce huge quantity of hydrogen from water (more than what chemistry allow ), published an update about what they are doing :
After a lengthy silence Solar Hydrogen Trends, Inc. has decided to update the community on the current status of the company, the Symphony reactor development, and the new achievements of their team.
For the last several months the team was busy moving the operation from Hakop (Jack) Aganyan’s garage and back yard to a 2,000 sqft industrial facility that has some front office space, a large work shop, and a good size outdoor space for testing. Quite a bit of time was spent in remodeling the facility and upgrading the plumbing system and electrical panels. As of this writing the workshop has already been retrofitted with a lath, a drill press, and a milling machine.
Several test instruments have been purchased already and a few more will be acquired in a very near future. A very robust and accurate gas analyzer has been purchased and used many times already, but the search for an accurate and reliable in-house hydrogen gas flow meter still continues after purchasing and testing several instruments in the $3000 to $7000 price range without success.
All this is already a great accomplishment by the team, but it pales in comparison to what they have done during the same time period in their research and development efforts.
About a month ago they celebrated the birth of two (2) new Symphony 7 class hydrogen reactors. As you may recall the first unit that was tested last year by AirKinetics and TRC Solutions was called Symphony 7A. The two new reactors are clones of the first one and are named Symphony 7A-M1 and Symphony 7A-M2. The purpose of cloning was to verify that the design and performance of the original reactor can be duplicated before moving ahead with production planning.
The team is happy to report that on the very first formal test conducted by Horizon Air Measurement Services, Inc. http://www.horizonairmeasurement.com/ the Symphony 7A-M1 showed hydrogen flow rate of 86.7 acfm, compared to 50 acfm (AirKinetcs) and 127 acfm (TRC) results from 2014 for Symphony 7A. This flow rate at 417 watts of input and hydrogen purity of 92.5% translates to COP of 900 (900 times more energy output than is inputted to the system).
Konstantin Balakiryan believes that the clones have the potential to outperform the 7A reactor with a few tweaks. But since the first objective was to clone the original 7A unit without any additional modifications or improvements his “hands were tied”. As soon as the first stage testing is completed, Konstantin with Suren and Ashot will implement the improvements they have already prepared to boost the performance of the 7A-M1 and 7A-M2 clones to a new level.
One of the clones has been run successfully for eight (8) hours continuously. The near future tests will push the reactors for 24 to 48 hour continuous operation. This will require some automation for process control, since the current reactors are only manually controlled.
I have no doubt that the team will once again surpass their prior records and raise the bar for themselves and those who will follow them. It’s as if they have arrived here from the future and are constantly pushing the envelope with their devices to show the world that the over-unity energy transformation is the way of the future and the mankind of the present should believe and accept this undeniable fact.
The future of plentiful clean energy is just around the corner. All that is required is a transformation of beliefs, support for these pioneers, and a strong demand to the power and financial structures to implement these safe, inexpensive, and limitless energy and fuel production technologies.
Hydrogen will fuel the future and Solar Hydrogen Trends has created the technology that can supply that fuel today!
This seems great, but that time I'm on the side of the skeptic... This mean I would like to test myself .
What I understand of the claims is really not the classic LENR.
The evidence seems ok, but it is not really confirmed by a recognized entity...
Anyway many of our boringly confirmed LENR startup started by looking unconfirmed. Why not, but I wait for SHT to organize good test. It is not easy, the story about Lugano, Mizuno, Defkalion, is there to remind us to be careful and patient.