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Hydrogen generator ANSH2-CARRIER series
laboratorycompact

hydrogen generator
hydrogen generator
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Characteristics

Gas type
hydrogen
Applications
laboratory
Configuration
compact

Description

Laboratory Hydrogen Generators No Maintenance The GIBNIK series Hydrogen Gas Generators are the economical alternative to high pressure gas cylinders in the laboratories. Purities up to 99.9999 % are available and the generators off er silent operation at pressures up to 10 barg (155 psig). The generators require just demineralised or distilled water to produce hydrogen. No caustic solutions are needed and no cell maintenance is required at all. Ideal as a feed gas for GC-FID’s and as a reaction gas for HALL detectors as well as for carrier gas. Hydrogen from the model H2FID is the ideal fuel gas for the GC-FID’s or as reactor gas for the other types of detectors in gas-chromatography. The model H2CARRIER has been designed to replace Helium or Nitogen as carrier gas. Hydrogen from the H2FID Generator off ers important advantages over Helium and Nitrogen in terms of speed analysis, sensitivity and resolution. Other Hydrogen applications include total hydrocarbon analyzers, sulfur analyzers and air-pollution monitoring systems. The H2FID and the H2CARRIER hydrogen generators are “No Maintenance” systems wich require little bench space. In addition, H2CARRIER is optionally available with cascading and remote control capabilities. These unique and exclusive features open a wide range of new applications. The Hydrogen gas generators are very compact, safe, ergonomic and cost eff ective. In addition to their high safety (production of Hydrogen only when required), the generators have been designed to meet highest quality and reliability standards.

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