Solar Hydrogen Trends just got their third set of third-party test results on their hydrogen-production from water technology. A world-class engineering firm measured 97% hydrogen output (from H2O input), and much more than 2800 liters per minute output from 414 watts input, making this perhaps the most promising technology on the planet.
by Sterling D. Allan
Pure Energy Systems News
Well, they did it -- more than did it -- making them perhaps the most promising energy technology company on the planet.
Hakop Aganyan (Jack) ofSolar Hydrogen Trends, Inc(SHT) in Pasadena, California, USA told me they had another third party test done of their hydrogen-generating technology by one of the top 20 or 30 engineering firms in the world, who does testing for billion-dollar corporations. That firm has more than 100 engineers just in their gas-flow measurement division, he said. "They build power plants and bridges."
This was an improved variation of SHT's "Symphony 7", with some tweaking done to further optimize it by one of their Ph.D. scientists, so they were able to produce even more hydrogen gas with even less power input. With just 450 watts input, they were producing hydrogen gas at a rate of "much more than 100 ACFPM" (actual cubic feet per minute, which is over 2800 liters per minute). SHT expects that with some additional fine-tuning that they can reduce the input by another 50% to get the same output.
They shot a video of the gas escaping from the 1/2-inch pipe opening. "It was whistling", Jack said. The test ran for about 1.5 hours. The testing group, who sent three engineers, was instructed to follow the EPA guidelines and protocols for such testing. "We can run it quite a bit longer than that -- several hours. We're working on improving it to be able to run 12-24 hours."
Jack had called me a few days ago, before the third party engineering firm had tabulated the flow rate, to report that the qualitative analysis came to 97% hydrogen. He said that four canisters of gas were collected to send two each to two different independent qualitative analysis labs, whose results were within 0.5% of each other.
Bear in mind that the starting product is water: H20, and 97% of the output is Hydrogen. So, apparently, the oxygen is somehow being transmuted into hydrogen in their "symphony" of 16 different functions happening simultaneously (none of which have anything to do with "solar" in the classical sense). This implies that some kind of clean nuclear or similar phenomenon is in play. We're talking new physics.
Jack told me today: "Our oxygen content with the last test result are two times lower. What this means is that synthesis of atoms of hydrogen from atoms of oxygen are more active. This confirms that we have a manageable low energy nuclear reaction."
Last night, when he called me, Jack said that the results were so phenomenal, that his team decided not to publish them because people wouldn't believe them. "It is more than 1000 times overunity!" he said. (Put another way, that's over 100,000% efficient.) But they will allow qualified entities to view the results under NDA (non-disclosure agreement), starting with the investment groups that have already been in contact with them. And he said I could fly in and see the test results and the videos that were taken.
He pointed out that it was, after all, because of my skepticism about the previous AirKinetics test results showing as much as 577x overunity (story), that spurred them to do this additional third party test to further validate their claim, he said. When I saw the unit demonstrated in May, I couldn't hear any sound from the 1/2" opening, and so I was doubtful that they were anywhere near 1000 liters per minute. My rough calculations based on the anemometer that was the only flow rate tool available, was that they might be 10x overunity, which is still phenomenal. (Story)
Konstantin, the inventor, thinks they deserve to be back in #1 position in our Top 5 Exotic Free Energy Technologies listing. I'm torn, because they're a year from market, and the present #1, Hydroxy technologies, has been in the market for years, and is presently making a significant difference. However, hydroxy pales in comparison to the degree of difference SHT can make once they are in the market.
One of the iterations Konstantin foresees for their technology is to go straight to electricity, without the hydrogen step. I don't fully understand the physics of that, but I have a glimmer, and don't think he's being outlandish to say that.
Jack pointed out that "You only need to run this for a few hours to produce enough hydrogen to power your house for a week."
A primary consideration for Top 5 ranking is nearness to making a difference in the market, not just potential to do so.
What do you think? Should I put them back in the #1 spot? I think they at least deserve to be in second place, even though they are a year from market.