High Performance Hydrogen Generators
May 24 2019 Read 972 Times
The VICI DBS hydrogen generators offer the optimum combination of safe operation, reliability and performance. Designed as a hazard free alternative to high-pressure cylinders, all that is required is deionised water and a standard electrical supply for weeks of continuous operation.
Utilising the VICI DBS proprietary prepared field proven PEM (Proton Exchange Membrane) incorporated inside a 100% titanium cell, provides superior generator performance and cell life.
The unique high pressure Nafion membrane drying system eliminates the requirement for desiccant cartridges along with the associated downtime and cost. The final purification stage uses a no maintenance cold dual dynamic regeneration system that increases the purity to 99.99996%+.
Innovative software control allows unrivalled operational performance and safety as well as the additional options of auto water feed, remote networking and cascading for built in redundancy.
With a maximum output capacity of 1,000 ml/min, one generator can supply up to 25 GC's. The compact design allows the generator to be installed directly in the laboratory eliminating the requirement for long gas lines and guaranteeing the delivery of high purity gas to your GC. A sophisticated control system connected to a touch screen control continuously monitors the vital operating parameters to ensure a safe and consistent performance. Built in sensors will shut the generator down if internal/external leaks are present, contaminated water, low water or over pressure. This is why the VICI DBS generators meet the strict safety guidelines to be certified for CE, MET & FCC.
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