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Hydrogen generator Precision 1200

hydrogen generator
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Gas type
compact, modular

1 l/min
(0.2642 us gal/min)

Output pressure

100 psi

Gas purity

99.9995 %


The Precision Hydrogen generators are designed to provide the gas needed for detectors requiring Hydrogen fuel gas, such as FID. One generator is capable of supplying multiple detectors, and are available in various flow rates to ideally suit individual customers’ needs. These generators utilize a Proton Exchange Membrane to create the Hydrogen gas from deionized water. Following that a trace dryer block is used to dry the gas. Precision Hydrogen gas generators come with various safety features as standard, giving you complete peace of mind in the laboratory and a far safer, dependable and more convenient alternative to cylinder gas. Features Suitable for flame gas at standard detection limits Internal leak detection with automatic shutdown features Automatic loading pump as standard Simple maintenance, limited to replacing de-ionizer Short and easy start-up and shutdown procedures Compact, space-saving modular design Creates hydrogen on demand, minimal storage of hydrogen in the system 12 month comprehensive on-site warranty Peak also offers a 3 year cell warranty with this generator as standard Site & Installation Water Purity Requirements: 1.0μ Siemens Water Consumption: Up to 2.1 L/Day Power Consumption: 600 Watts Voltage: 110 / 230 Frequency: 50 / 60 Current: 2.3 - 4.8 Amps Heat output: 1000 Max Operating Temp: 35°C / 95°F Accreditations: CE, CSA, FCC


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