Toothpick Size Device Has Power Rating Of 100 Watts

A 7 day test of a version of the E-Cat known as the E-Cat Quark X was recently completed. This new reactor is truly amazing. It is cylindrical in shape and smaller than a toothpick, with actual dimensions of only 30 mm by 1 mm.

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A toothpick you say?

It produced 100 W continually for the full 7 day test duration without running out of fuel. Remember, the fuel has to fit in to that tight little space so you can’t get more than 1 gram in there.

Even more amazing is that while producing 100 W of power it was consuming only 0.5 W. That’s 200 times more energy produced than electrical energy consumed. And if the reactor is allowed to run indefinitely, the fuel can last an entire year.

How’s that for a game changer? Obviously with added safety implementations and BoP (balance of plant) components for systems integration, the efficiency of the device will be diminished to a certain extent but will still remain impressive nonetheless.

The E-Cat Quark-X directly produces light, heat, and electricity. However, it is presently still limited on the total light and electricity it can output. See below:

  • Maximum Light Production Possible- 50% of total energy generated.
  • Maximum Electricity Production Possible – 10% of total energy generated.
  • Maximum Heat Production Possible – 100% of total energy generated.
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2 Responses to Toothpick Size Device Has Power Rating Of 100 Watts

  1. Paul Maher says:

    Are you saying that you could power a 100 W light bulb for 1 year. How many toothpicks would it take to keep that 100 W light bulb on for a year. I hope it’s not like asking how many angels can dance on the head of a pin.

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  2. Amos says:

    Yep, one toothpick can power a 100 W light bulb for 1 year.

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