Gas Generation Equipment

(347 companies)
Most gas generation equipment provides one of seven commonly used gas types. These include: chlorine dioxide hydrogen humidity or water vapor nitrogen ozone oxygen zero air Humidity generation equipment provides a reliable humidity source... Search by Specification | Learn More about Gas Generation Equipment
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Electrical Power Generators

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Electrical power generators, also known as alternators, transform mechanical energy into electrical energy. They can be used for backup or emergency power or as an alternator on board a vehicle. Generators can produce either AC or DC power and are typically powered by a fuel engine. Search by Specification | Learn More about Electrical Power Generators

Pulse Generators

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Pulse generators are electrical test equipment used to generate pulses that are injected into devices under test in order to study the behavior of these devices. Search by Specification | Learn More about Pulse Generators
Alternative power generators produce electricity from renewable energy sources, such as wind, flowing water, solar energy and biomass, which create less environmental damage and pollution than fossil fuels. Search by Specification | Learn More about Alternative Power Generators

Fuel Cells

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Fuel cells produce electricity and heat electrochemically by combining oxygen from the air with a fuel, preferably hydrogen, from methanol, natural gas, or petroleum. Reformers are often used in conjunction with fuel cells. Learn More about Fuel Cells

Industrial Gases

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...compressible than solids and liquids. Industrial gases are comprised of elements, molecular compounds, or mixtures. The most common industrial gases are oxygen, hydrogen, nitrogen, carbon dioxide, and noble gases such as argon, neon, xenon, and krypton... Search by Specification | Learn More about Industrial Gases

Power Generation Systems

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Power generation systems are power generators and related systems that are used in power plants or large-scale power generation facilities. Learn More about Power Generation Systems

Gas Instruments

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Gas instruments detect, monitor or analyze gases present in an environment. Search by Specification | Learn More about Gas Instruments
...into hydrogen and nitrogen gases for metallurgical or chemical process applications. Argon is an inert gas that is heavier than air. The high density and inert nature allows argon to displace air which is important is shielding applications. Shielding... Search by Specification | Learn More about Gas Compressors and Gas Compressor Systems


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Electrolytes are electrically-conductive materials that are used in batteries, fuel cells, capacitors, and biochemical systems. They typically exist as ionic solutions, or as molten salts or solids. Learn More about Electrolytes


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Anodes are consumables used in a variety of electrochemical processes such as corrosion protection (sacrificial anodes) and electroplating (plating anodes). Search by Specification | Learn More about Anodes


(27 companies) the carburetor. While fuel injection produces faster response and fuel efficiency, the carburetor still exists in classic cars as well as an extensive range of gas-powered machines and transportation alternatives. These include airplanes, generators, tractors... Learn More about Carburetors

Fuel Cell Stacks

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...electrolyte membrane (PEM) or proton exchange membrane fuel cells use hydrogen as a fuel and a solid polymer as an electrolyte. They require a more expensive catalyst (typically platinum) and are limited to low-temperature applications. Advantages include... Learn More about Fuel Cell Stacks

Fuels and Fuel Products

(394 companies)
...the combustion of a combination of hydrogen and carbon molecules to produce energy. Naturally-occurring hydrocarbon fuels are called fossil fuels. Examples include coal and natural gas. Processed fossil fuels include methanol, ethanol, diesel oil... Learn More about Fuels and Fuel Products