Engineering consulting firm TRC recently preformed a validation test on a new reactor that was developed by Solar Hydrogen Trends Inc. The reactor converts water into nearly pure hydrogen gas. The reactor is capable of producing 215,800 liters per hour of 97.5% pure hydrogen gas utilizing 4.6 volts x 90 amps worth of electrical energy in the process.
This means the reactor is transmuting oxygen into hydrogen, and it’s doing it at a rate of production that is 134,477% over unity in terms of energy costs. This reactor is, to date, the biggest breakthrough in energy production the world has ever seen.
The TRC validation report can be found here.
The performance report conducted by AirKinetics Inc. on January 25, 2014 which measures the hydrogen reactor electricity input and hydrogen output can be downloaded here. The full 28 page report by AirKinetics is available under NDA.
According to the AirKinetics test, on input of 500 watts, the mini reactor produces an output of 2,797 cubic feet of hydrogen per hour (electricity equivalent of 237 kWh). The estimated cost of inputs is $1.80 per hour.
SHT is making their reactor available to any credible engineer for third party testing upon request.
A recent press release notes that,
With this performance, the hydrogen reactor can convert 1 barrel of water into 200 kg of hydrogen, which is energetically equivalent to 3 barrels of oil…
The ratio of spent to obtained energy in hydrogen reactor Symphony 7A in percentage is 134,477%. Today, hydrogen reactor Symphony 7A, which is the size of standard suitcase [not including the water chamber and reservoir] can produce enough hydrogen in one day to be equivalent to 6.5 barrels of oil, at the mere cost of $1.68 per hour to operate.
1 barrel of water = 3 barrels of oil
An earlier press release talks about the processes involved. It appears that the rector utilizes replaceable electrode cartridges that need to be swapped out after about a week of continuous use. An upgraded model will use electrodes that need replacement about once every four weeks.
A demonstration in May for the PESNetwork: