Preventative maintenance is critical to ensuring that your generator operates reliably throughout it's lifetime. A maintenance table which includes the recommended preventative maintenance schedule for your generator can be found in the back of the user or maintenance manual for your generator. if you require a copy of your generator's manual, please send a request to firstname.lastname@example.org and include your generator serial number.
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Refer to the operation or user manual for your generator. These documents will provide a detailed description of the error and warning codes. If you require a copy of your operation or user manual, please send an email request to email@example.com and include your generator serial number.
Please follow the maintenance instructions that accommodate every User Manual.
The water needs to be Deionized and is required at minimum ASTM Type II (>1 MegOhm-cm) or recommended at ASTM Type I (>10 MegOhm-cm). Water quality should also be measured in Total Silica, Total Organics, and Total Carbon for proper application assessment.
Proton hydrogen generators contain minimal hydrogen inventory, well below NFPA, and contain an amount far bellow safety concern in a ventilated space.
All electrolysis-based hydrogen generators require deionized water and electricity. Proton offers water deionizing systems for all our electrolyzer products. Power requirements range from a few hundred Watts for small electrolyzers, to > 1 MW for larger systems.
All Proton hydrogen generators require DI Water to properly operate. If it is not readily available, Proton can provide an appropriate water system to accommodate the hydrogen generator(s).
Laboratory practitioners need a carrier gas they can count on. But helium – traditionally used as a gas chromatography (GC) carrier gas – supplies are dwindling, forcing laboratories to pay more and accept a higher risk of supply. Laboratories are increasingly looking for a more reliable and less expensive solution than helium gas. The only carrier gas that can offer higher reliability and lower cost – plus faster results – is hydrogen, made on-site. A PEM electrolysis hydrogen generator safely and reliably produces a limitless supply of ultra-pure hydrogen at a fraction of the cost of delivered helium.
PSA (Pressure swing adsorption) technology separates nitrogen molecules from the other gas molecules by the carbon molecular sieves (CMS). Alternating between both CMS columns, firstly O2, moisture, hydrocarbons, CO2, and other “contaminants” are absorbed, allowing the nitrogen to flow into an accumulation tank. From the accumulation tank the nitrogen is pressurized and delivered to the generator outlet for use.
Yes. Usually, larger models are far more cost-effective and efficient than multiple smaller units.
At Proton Onsite, Yes. In comparison to other hydrogen-generating electrolysis technology, there is no KOH required to operate Proton's generators. Also, there is no CO2 byproducts in the production of our hydrogen. Our process consists of splitting hydrogen and oxygen via PEM electrolysis.