Proton Exchange Membrane system

Separating hydrogen from water to keep fueling the world with a major benefit – the absence of CO2 emissions.​

Hydrogen generation through PEM technology​

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  • Proton Exchange Membrane (PEM) technology splits water into H2 and O2
  • The PEM device allows for separate storage of H2 and O2
  • The generated hydrogen can be stored for later use in a fuel cell

The PEM system requires two inputs: power and water. The semipermeable membrane inside is an ion conducting material, allowing only the hydrogen ions (H+) to pass through. With input power, the water molecules are split at the membrane interface, resulting in a current through the system and an oxygen exhaust. The H+ ions pass through the membrane and recombine with the electrons to form H2 molecules, and thus hydrogen fuel.

The complete PEM system is housed in a single container​

Custom built containers are ready to ship, bringing the added benefit of housing the full proton exchange membrane stacks​.

Inside each electrolyzer container are Proton Exchange Membrane stacks designed to generate hydrogen gas for consumer use. These containers are customized and turnkey, ready to be delivered to your location. All they require on site are power and water sources. Container sizes may vary, depending on hydrogen requirements and corresponding system size.​

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Just one click away from a net zero future.

We’ll gladly demonstrate how on-site hydrogen generation can fulfill even the most demanding and specific energy needs. Want to learn more? Feel free to contact us directly or request a customized quote.

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