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Parker® H2PEM Hydrogen Generator

Model H2PEM-510, 110/230 volt, output flow, 0 ‑ 510 cc/min



General description

This H2PEM hydrogen generator employs a Proton Exchange Membrane (PEM) cell to produce hydrogen on demand. An economical alternative to high pressure gas cylinders, this unit should pay for itself in a year or two.

• Eliminates need for dangerous and expensive hydrogen gas cylinders
• Compact; only requires one square foot of bench space
• Can be used anywhere that an electrical supply is available
• Just add deionized water for weeks of continuous operation
• Easy-to-read display changes color to indicate when to add water
• Only 100 mL of hydrogen is stored in the system at any time, and at low pressure
• A built-in sensing circuit shuts the generator down if a hydrogen leak is detected
• PEM technology eliminates the need for caustic liquids

• Add deionized water as needed
• Change the filters every six months
• Change the hydration pump every six months
• Change the desiccant cartridge when it changes color from beige to clear

• Outlet Purity: 99.9995%
• Outlet Pressure: 10-100 psig
• Outlet Fitting: 1/8 in. compression
• Power Needs: 110-230 V (50-60 Hz)
• Shipping Weight: 40 lb (18 Kg) dry
• Dimensions (H x W x D): 17.12 in. x 13.46 in. x 17.95 in. (43.48 cm x 34.19 cm x 45.6 cm)

• CE approved
• UL listed
• CSA listed
• IEC 1010 certified
• Satisfies OSHA and NFPA requirements

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