LENR Home Appliance – A Vision


29-9-2017  eMail from Bill to LC info@leonardocorp1996.com

Dear LC :  you write – “The home units are not yet ready for the market and we did not yet  decide the series of power (Specs not defined) . We do not have the basic certification yet.”  L.C.

Yes I assumed that from the website. I am just exploring your “target” design.

At https://ecat.com/news/ecat-quark-x-preliminary-report-findings

This is what I know about Power and Measuring Energy

“The most common unit of measurement on the electricity meter is the kilowatt hour [kWh], which is equal to the amount of energy used by a load of one kilowatt over a period of one hour” (http://www.ucsusa.org/clean_energy/our-energy-choices/how-is-electricity-measured.html#.Wc764MjfodU )

Typical American Home

The typical American home uses about 7,200 kilowatt-hours (7,200 kW.h) of electricity energy each year .

Working back say if this is over coldest period of 4 months (120 days or 2,880 hours).

So it is like a 3 kW appliance running continually.

Your Website says E-CAT Home :

1 QuarkX produces energy at 100 Wh/h  (Or 0.1 kWh/h)  ???????? please confirm .

30 QuarkX ……………………………3 kWh/h

So am I correct in saying the Home Appliance will contain approximately 30 QuarkX’s if it is to power an average USA home?


PS my home BC Hydro Bill for Jan 12-> Mar 13, 2017 typically (in winter) gives me a bill saying 931 kW.h (kilowatt-hours) (@ $0.12430 / kW.h) = $77.18

This is the Total Energy used over 2 months.

My Daily Average is 15-25 kWh (so a 30 QuarkX (3 kWh/h) over 8 hours would work.

A suitable e-CAT home appliance would need to contain 30-50 QuarkX modules.

I’d go with 50 in the first design.

Best wishes

Bill Smith

PS you should consider a partnership with Bosch+Dyson to expedite design, manufacturing engineering and approvals.