F-DGSi i-FLOW-H2 STATION
Jan 15 2018 Read 427 Times
Hydrogen Gas Station High Flow 3.3 L/min to 10L/min +
The Intelligent F-DGSi H2 gas station high flow generator saves space and eliminates the risks associated with storing high pressure cylinders, but also the hidden costs associated with piping connections, manometers, ordering, renting, delivering, servicing and maintaining cylinders.
The F-DGSi Hydrogen gas station high flow serie i-FLOW -H2 STATION is able to generate up to 10 L/min Hydrogen with purity better than 99.9999% and pressure up to 16 bar (232 psi).
The i-FLOW-H2 STATION 10L (3 modules of 3.3 L/min) includes the new long life multilayer electrolytic cell with polymeric membrane (PEM) using distilled water.
The innovative gas drying system with automatic regeneration ensures the maximum grade of hydrogen purity, and is completely maintenance-free and allows continuous operation, 24 hours a day.
The exclusive cascading option allows combining multiple units for higher flow requirements.
The system's internal self-diagnostic features, high visibility lighted display, internal/external leak detection and all the remote control and alarm capabilities increase lab safety and productivity.
The exclusive safety on the market to use H2 as carrier gas: don’t be afraid anymore to use H2 gas as carrier gas: thanks to our H2 sensor controlled by our H2 generator: in case of any leak inside the oven of the GC, the H2 generator will stop to produce.
The unique Remote PC monitoring in standard via RS232/RS485, USB, LAN allows to interface the unit with customer's PC software (allows the end user to be connected with the manufacturer for remote diagnostics).
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