Hydrogen generators LC-H2, ND-H2 and PAR-H2 series use the latest polymer electrolyte membrane (PEM) technology to produce pure hydrogen. The unit use a single column dryer with programmable automatic regeneration via integrated calendar events. Hydrogen is produced using deionised water from hydrolysis, through a polymer membrane. Electrolytic dissociation separates the water into its two main components: hydrogen ready for analytical use, and oxygen that is released into the air. No acid nor alkaline solutions are used in the hydrogen generation cycle.
LC- H2 and ND-H2 series use a desiccant cartridge which needs to be refilled or replaced when saturated. PAR-H2 series use a single column dryer with programmable automatic regeneration via an integrated clever calendar.
Hydrogen generators for laboratory use are ideal for: Ionization flame detector (FID), Carrier gas for GC e GC-MS, Collisions on ICP-MS, Small fuel-cell cylinder refills.
The use of hydrogen as a carrier gas allows lower temperature elution, thus extending the life of the chromatograph column. Hydrogen as a carrier gas is faster and more sensitive than the more-expensive helium. Run time savings of 25% to 35% without a decline in resolution.