With the completion of the automated cold fusion devices manufacturing line, the most consumer practical questions have become more and more pressing. Rossi recently answered many of these questions on his website which is a good way approach in building faith and confidence in potential Rossi energy catalyser for hime use buyers. One of the most common questions asked is if the cold fusion device could replace an already existing heating system if a second e-cat motor would be added, to which Rossi replied that the cold fusion devices would act as heating support and backup to an already installed heating system.
When asked if the cold fusion device could operate on an ‘on demand basis’ since it is stated that the home E-cat have a long warm up time made some uncertain, the Italian engineer said that The cold fusion device could work on demand if a bypass was installed but could always provide full power on the spot when already running on lower levels. Another interesting inquiry was if the Rossi motor would be running 24 hours a day. Rossi confirmed ir would be for the whole day but could be programmed for regulation and that additional to that the cold fusion device can be set to the heat requested.
The maximum electricity consumption of the Rossi heater lies at 2.7 kW but the average is estimated at 1.2 kW only so it is estimated that if the cold fusion device runs for 24 hours that your consumption should be around 1.2 times 24 hours. Some also had handling and usage concerns about shut down, but Rossi assured that that would not damage the cold fusion device at all and that recovery to restart would depend on the time the cold fusion device has been down for.