Hydrogen Gas Generator
Product Code : PCIUHPGG-10
Price And Quantity
- Minimum Order Quantity
- 1 Unit
- Product Type
- Hydrogen Gas Generator
- Metal Type
- Stainless Steel
- 140 MM
- 5.5 Kilograms (kg)
Hydrogen Gas Generator:
| ||PGH-300 ||PGH-500 ||PGH-1000 |
|Max Hydrogen Flowrate ||300 ml/min ||500 ml/min ||1000 ml/min |
|Delivery Pressure ||0-60 psig (0-0.4 Mpa) |
|% purity ||>99.999% |
|Power Consumption ||150W ||180W ||220W |
|Power ||198-242V (AC); 50Hz,1 Phase |
|Min/max Temperature ||5-40oC |
|Max. Ambient Humidity ||<85% RH |
|Suitable Environment ||non-corrosive and dust-free |
|Dimensions ||420 x 210 x 350mm (LxWxH) |
|Weight ||12 kg (approx) |
|Fluid Tank Capacity ||1.5 L |
|Fluid Consumption ||Weekly or when level falls below 0.6 |
Higher capacity model also available like 2 LPM & 3 LPM
- Hydrogen is produced in the PGH Series Hydrogen Generators by the most advanced electrolytic membrane technology.
- The application of voltage across the electrolyte results in hydrolysis, breaking down the water molecule into hydrogen and oxygen gas, which are separated by the gas permeable membrane.
- Once separated, the hydrogen gas goes through a series of purification and moisture removal systems to achieve the desired level of purity while the oxygen gas is being discharged into the atmosphere.
- Electrolytic membrane technology has its advantages over alternative hydrogen generating techniques as it is clean, requires less maintenance and there is no need to store chemicals to maintain operation.
- Only pure double distilled water (initially some KOH), is required to provide trouble free long term operation.
- Membrane separation is also less time consuming as only water is needed for routine maintenance.
- Payment Terms
- Telegraphic Transfer (T/T), Letter of Credit at Sight (Sight L/C), Letter of Credit (L/C), Cheque
- Supply Ability
- 1 Unit Per Week
- Delivery Time
- 3-4 Week
- Packaging Details
- Carton Box and Wooden Box.
- Main Export Market(s)
- Africa, Middle East, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, South America, Central America, Australia, Asia