Shown below is our latest product: a lower cost hydrogen generator, designed for use to provide the carrier and flame gas for gas chromatography. It’s our highest pressure, lowest hydrogen output product, outputting hydrogen at up to 90 psi. The output is still higher than any other generator in the GC space, and the purity is greater; 99.99995%, good enough to be used as the carrier gas, not just the detector gas. Fairly low price too.http://www.rebresearch.com/
As always, the hydrogen is made from methanol-water reforming in a membrane reactor, but we did a couple of things differently from previous designs. We closed up the front more so you don’t stick your fingers where they don’t belong. We also have a more-transpartent tank so you have a better idea what the liquid level is. The use of the membrane reactor is why our hydrogen is purer; we go through a metal membrane and our competition, (Porter, etc) uses only a desiccant.