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Then as now, the pair struggled to achieve the ultra-pure hydrogen required for fuel cells.
Proton develops, manufactures and sells these advanced systems to power generation, heat-treating, semiconductor manufacturing, research and other customers requiring reliable, on-site, ultra-pure hydrogen.
According to P+E, the modular system has a nominal capacity of 1,300 liters per minute and is capable of producing ultra-pure hydrogen (UPH), which contains less than one part per billion total impurities.
The H series generators produce ultra-pure hydrogen from water and electricity at process pressure, 24/7, at an output capacity ranging up to 240 standard cubic feet per hour.
At the core of this technology are the Genesis gCells, which break water down into its basic molecular structure through a series of electro-chemical processes, yielding ultra-pure hydrogen and oxygen gases.
Proton's HOGEN H Series generators produce ultra-pure hydrogen at process pressure, 24/7, at an output capacity ranging up to 240 standard cubic feet per hour at lower cost than cylinder or tube trailer gas.
Nor noted that some developers have passed over AFC systems because of claims that they would operate only with ultra-pure hydrogen and oxygen.
Similar to its predecessors in the HOGEN product line, the H Series hydrogen generators are a proven alternative to delivered hydrogen, producing ultra-pure hydrogen 24/7 at an output capacity of 80-240 standard cubic feet per hour at a fraction of the cost of cylinder or tube trailer gas.