Hydrogen generators from cmc Instruments are designed with safety and longevity in mind. The HG series uses an electrochemical cell with solid polymer electrolyte to provide ultra high purity (99.999%) hydrogen for a variety of applications.
Deionised water is the only liquid in the unit. The electrolysis produces hydrogen and oxygen ions. The positively charged hydrogen ions are transported across the membrane. The ions then recombine to form molecular hydrogen gas which is then dried and made available to the output.
Low cost of ownership and minimal maintenance is the result of careful electrical and mechanical design. Maintenance consists of replacement/regeneration of the dessicant and replacement of the deioniser bag.
The HG series is available in 4 standard capacities with max flow rates of 200 to 1200ml/min. Each model is available as a desktop or 19″ rack version.
Customise your cmc Instruments generator with the features you want. Failure indication and alarm from gas, water and power supply are all options together with automatic switchover to cylinders in case of system failure. Different fittings and outlets are available to make the hydrogen generator instantly compatible with your supply and destination equipment.
HG series Hydrogen gas generators:
- 99.999% H2
- Constant purity
- Easy install, easy use
- Sophisticated safety control
PSA (Pressure Swing Adsorption) technology is used to remove CO2 and H2O vapour after the air has first been filtered to remove any water, oil, dust and aerosol.
Flexible on-site Nitrogen gas production; generate as little or as much nitrogen gas as needed; at a fraction of delivered gas cost. Up to 99.99% purity.
The SpiritTM system is a membrane based nitrogen generator designed with flexibility in mind for growing companies. Completely self-contained, the base model includes all filtration needed even with an oil-flooded compressor.
The TG series are quiet, easy to install and delivered as complete units. Catalytic oxidation and PSA (Pressure Swing Adsorption) technology are used to remove hydrocarbons and CO2/H2O respectively.