Electrolyzer

This is a Proton Exchange Membrane (PEM) Electrolyzer hardware which consists of an anode, cathode, and an electrolyte. Water electrolysis takes place in the electrolyzer using electricity to split water. At the anode, water is split to form oxygen and protons. At the cathode, the external electricity combines with protons to form hydrogen. In a PEM electrolyzer, the protons transport from anode to cathode through a proton exchange membrane.  

This PEM electrolyzer is easy to use as a hydrogen generator.

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EC-EL-05 Electrolyzer Hardware Electrolyzer research and development provides the crucial link to make the renewable energy concept and hydrogen energy a reality.  The unpredictability of having the supply of power when needed will no more be an issue.  Excess unused power generated from solar and wind can be used to generate, and store hydrogen for a later use for filling a car, and/or to use in a fuel cell for distributed, emergency power and other hydrogen energy solutions. ElectroChem’s EC-EL-05 electrolyzer research hardware provides a reliable hardware with many built-in flexibilities for studying different materials for flow-field, different catalysts, membranes, and current distributors. Water electrolysis takes place in an electrolyzer using electricity to split water. At the anode electrode, water is split to form oxygen and protons. At the cathode electrode, the supplied electricity combines with protons to form hydrogen. The protons transport from anode to cathode through a proton exchange membrane to complete the electrolyzer reaction.  High electrically conductive and corrosion resistant materials are required to support high performance and long endurance testing. Features, Design for quick assembly and  re-assembly - easy drop-in installation guided by alignment pins and flat gaskets, Built with titanium - giving high electrical conductivity and corrosion resistance.  comprising current collectors, separator plates and flow field internal parts $3,534 View
EC-EL-05-Ref Electrolyzer Hardware Electrolyzer research and development provides the crucial link to make the renewable energy concept and hydrogen energy a reality.  The unpredictability of having the supply of power when needed will no more be an issue.  Excess unused power generated from solar and wind can be used to generate, and store hydrogen for a later use for filling a car, and/or to use in a fuel cell for distributed, emergency power and other hydrogen energy solutions. ElectroChem’s EC-EL-05-Ref electrolyzer hardware with built-in reference electrode provides a unique study of anode/cathode polarization for different catalysts, membranes at operating conditions. Water electrolysis takes place in an electrolyzer using electricity to split water. At the anode electrode, water is split to form oxygen and protons. At the cathode electrode, the supplied electricity combines with protons to form hydrogen. The protons transport from anode to cathode through a proton exchange membrane to complete the electrolyzer reaction.  High electrically conductive and corrosion resistant materials are required to support high performance and long endurance testing. Features, Design for quick assembly and  re-assembly - easy drop-in installation guided by alignment pins and flat gaskets, Built with titanium - giving high electrical conductivity and corrosion resistance.  comprising current collectors, separator plates and flow field internal parts $4,366 View
EC-EL-10-IROX Catalyst for Electrolyzer 10% Platinum/Iridium Oxide Catalyst for Electrolyzer use 10 grams View
EC-EL-50 Electrolyzer Electrolyzer research and development provides the crucial link to make the renewable energy concept and hydrogen energy a reality.  The unpredictability of having the supply of power when needed will no more be an issue.  Excess unused power generated from solar and wind can be used to generate, and store hydrogen for a later use for filling a car, and/or to use in a fuel cell for distributed, emergency power and other hydrogen energy solutions. ElectroChem’s EC-EL electrolyzer research hardware provides a reliable hardware with many built-in flexibilities for studying different materials for flow-field, different catalysts, membranes, and current distributors. Water electrolysis takes place in an electrolyzer using electricity to split water. At the anode electrode, water is split to form oxygen and protons. At the cathode electrode, the supplied electricity combines with protons to form hydrogen. The protons transport from anode to cathode through a proton exchange membrane to complete the electrolyzer reaction.  High electrically conductive and corrosion resistant materials are required to support high performance and long endurance testing. Features, Design for quick assembly and  re-assembly - easy drop-in installation guided by alignment pins and flat gaskets, Built with titanium - giving high electrical conductivity and corrosion resistance.  comprising current collectors, separator plates and flow field internal parts $3,118 View
EC-EL-50-Ref Electrolyzer Hardware Electrolyzer research and development provides the crucial link to make the renewable energy concept and hydrogen energy a reality.  The unpredictability of having the supply of power when needed will no more be an issue.  Excess unused power generated from solar and wind can be used to generate, and store hydrogen for a later use for filling a car, and/or to use in a fuel cell for distributed, emergency power and other hydrogen energy solutions. ElectroChem’s EC-EL-50-Ref electrolyzer hardware with built-in reference electrode provides a unique study of anode/cathode polarization for different catalysts, membranes at operating conditions. Water electrolysis takes place in an electrolyzer using electricity to split water. At the anode electrode, water is split to form oxygen and protons. At the cathode electrode, the supplied electricity combines with protons to form hydrogen. The protons transport from anode to cathode through a proton exchange membrane to complete the electrolyzer reaction.  High electrically conductive and corrosion resistant materials are required to support high performance and long endurance testing. Features, Design for quick assembly and  re-assembly - easy drop-in installation guided by alignment pins and flat gaskets, Built with titanium - giving high electrical conductivity and corrosion resistance.  comprising current collectors, separator plates and flow field internal parts $3,950 View
EC-EL-REF Electrolyzer with Reference Electrode Electrolyzer research and development provides the crucial link to make the renewable energy concept and hydrogen energy a reality.  The unpredictability of having the supply of power when needed will no more be an issue.  Excess unused power generated from solar and wind can be used to generate, and store hydrogen for a later use for filling a car, and/or to use in a fuel cell for distributed, emergency power and other hydrogen energy solutions. ElectroChem’s EC-EL electrolyzer research hardware provides a reliable hardware with many built-in flexibilities for studying different materials for flow-field, different catalysts, membranes, and current distributors. Water electrolysis takes place in an electrolyzer using electricity to split water. At the anode electrode, water is split to form oxygen and protons. At the cathode electrode, the supplied electricity combines with protons to form hydrogen. The protons transport from anode to cathode through a proton exchange membrane to complete the electrolyzer reaction.  High electrically conductive and corrosion resistant materials are required to support high performance and long endurance testing. Features, Design for quick assembly and  re-assembly - easy drop-in installation guided by alignment pins and flat gaskets, Built with titanium - giving high electrical conductivity and corrosion resistance.  comprising current collectors, separator plates and flow field internal parts View
EC-G3-300 Electrolysis cells 1, Hydrogen production, (std cc/min) 30 – 300 $3,640 View
EC-G3-MEA Membrane Electrode assembly for Electrolyzer Hardware $760 View