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Fuel Cell Systems
A fuel cell is a cell that generates electricity from the oxidation reaction of hydrogen and oxygen constantly supplied to it from the outside. Unlike galvanic cells (accumulators, batteries), in which the energy of the generated current must be stored inside these devices beforehand (which significantly reduces their working time), fuel cells do not need to be charged beforehand. They work as long as hydrogen and oxygen are supplied. This means that fuel cell systems are in many cases more durable and reliable than conventional lead-acid batteries.
Unlike galvanic cells, where charging can take hours, fuel cells are ready to work after a short time (after warming up).
The hydrogen cell consists of two electrodes (anode and cathode) which are mounted on both sides of the membrane. Oxygen or air is fed to the cathode, hydrogen to the anode, generating electricity, water and heat. For greater efficiency, fuel cells are connected in series.
The process of energy production does not change the chemical nature of the electrodes and the electrolytes used. The great advantage of hydrogen cells is the very low air pollution they cause. The flue gases produced in them consist only of water vapor that is neutral for the environment.
We offer solutions dedicated to internal and external applications.
The modularity of solutions and excellent technical parameters allow you to choose a solution that meets your current needs and requirements. The offered solutions have a wide range of configuration and optional elements.
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