■What is hydrogen?
When hydrogen is burned, it is combined with oxygen from the air to become water, and it does not emit any carbon dioxide (greenhouse gas), which causes global warming. It also has the following characteristics: storage, portability (transport), and flexibility (use).
When combusted, hydrogen bonds with oxygen in the air to form water without any production of carbon dioxide (CO2), the sauce of global warming. Besides, it is storable, transferrable (transportable), and flexible (for use).
■Our Hydrogen-PLASMA R H2
－Successful development of the new technology to extract hydrogen from water－
We are entirely different from any existing, conventional hydrogen generation technologies that we extract hydrogen from water using almost no eternal heat and electricity. The generation process only bases on the reaction between “water” and our exclusive and reusable “catalyst,” so it is waste-free as well.
■Features of PLASMA R H2
- Extracting hydrogen from water based on the reaction between water and catalyst
- It uses very little heat or electricity from the outside when producing hydrogen
- Catalysts do not contain any air pollutants
- CO2 zero emission throughout the whole process, from generating hydrogen to using hydrogen at the end (completely CO2 free)
- The capability of generated hydrogen gas is 18kg/h (200 ㎥/h) per a production line, and 13㎡ for installing the machine area is required
Unlimited production of generating hydrogen if enough space is secured. *
- Generated hydrogen gas is storable
- Water can be tap water or rainwater
About ten times more hydrogen gas could be generated when using our exclusive “enhanced water” instead of tap water.
- Because water is only the raw material to be generated and our generated hydrogen gas is distributed by on-site production, which required no transportation, we could supply hydrogen gas at a lower price.
- Safe and secure because Hydrogen gas is generated and distributed at low pressure<below 1Mpa>
- Quality of hydrogen gas: purity 99.999%, dew point temperature -73℃
As measured by a third party*
■Uses of PLASMA R H2
Hydrogen is used in various fields such as semiconductor manufacturing, medical product, oil refining, glass, automobiles, airplanes, and rockets, and the demand for hydrogen will increase even more in the future. In that situation, the use of hydrogen as an alternative energy source to fossil fuels (oil, coal, liquefied natural gas, etc.), which emit large amounts of carbon dioxide (CO2), is attracting a great deal of attention. For instance, by replacing the fossil fuels used in thermal power plants with hydrogen, it will be possible to supply electricity to businesses and homes with almost no carbon dioxide (greenhouse gas) emissions, which are causing global warming.