Angstrom Advanced Hydrogen Plant by Water Electrolysis Technology

Angstrom Advanced delivers reputable and highly efficient world accepted Hydrogen Generating Plants for refinery, petrochemical and other industrial applications. Our services for Angstrom Hydrogen Plant projects typically include conceptual design, detailed engineering, procurement, fabrication, construction, start-up and operational training. Our Hydrogen Generating Plant by Water Electrolysis have state of the art technology, stability and functionality . We provide a lump-sum, turnkey solution, handling everything from concept to start-up with our own resources whenever possible.
Electrolysis is the passage of a direct electric current through an ionic substance that is either molten or dissolved in a suitable solvent, resulting in chemical reactions at the electrodes and separation of materials
The main components required to achieve electrolysis are :
An electrolyte : a substance containing free ions which are the carriers of electric current in the electrolyte
A direct current (DC) supply : provides the energy necessary to create or discharge the ions in the electrolyte
Two electrodes : an electrical conductor which provides the physical interface between the electrical circuit providing the energy and the electrolyte
H2 capacity                                     2-500 Nm3/h
O2 capacity                                      1-250 Nm3/h
H2 purity %                                     >99.9
O2 purity %                                     >99.5
Power consumption (DC)             < 4.5 kw.h/m3H2
Electrolyte                                        30% KOH
Work pressure                                  0.5-5.0MPa
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