Our hydrogen generation system is set next to the internal combustion engine. A pipe from the H2GS delivers a constant volume of hydrogen-rich gas into the engine air intake manifold. The H2GS is automated, portable, lightweight, easy to use, and noise free. Due to the low concentration of hydrogen gas, and because it’s in the presence of inert gases (N2 & CO2), the H2GS presents NO fire hazard.
We believe in challenging the status quo in everything we do. At the core of our hydrogen generation system lies a unique, non-platinum catalyst used in the conversion of methanol to hydrogen. Our proprietary catalyst and the commutual technological process are the results of more than 20 years research and experimental work.
At ambient room temperature, the H2GS warming stage is 30-35 minutes utilizing 1.2kW. Thereafter, the external energy required for the reforming process 150W. The fuel is injected into a preheated airflow before entering the mixing chamber where preheated steam is also introduced. The catalytic reactor operates at temperatures from 250-450°C. The generated hydrogen rich-gas is cooled in a water-heat exchanger to less than 120°C. The water used for cooling the gas is introduced as steam to a mixing chamber, where it’s homogenized with the air-fuel components. From the water-heat exchanger, the hydrogen-rich gas continues into a condenser, where the temperature is reduced to less than 50°C before to enter the air-intake manifold of the diesel engine. The condensed water is recycled back to the internal water tank. The hydrogen-rich gas, which we refer to reformate gas, comprises 36-38% hydrogen (H2), 19% COx (CO2 & CO) and 44-45% nitrogen (N2).