The AEMWE technology perfected by Hyter is one in which the electrolyte solution is in an alkaline type of liquid form with a concentration equal to a percentage ranging between 3% and 5%.
The electrolytic cells use catalysts to speed up the splitting process made from much smaller amounts of PGM (Platinum Group Materials) than other technologies, using regenerated platinum for sustainability and circular economy.
Ionic exchange occurs through a polymer membrane, produced by Hyter and containing electrolytic substances that improve the splitting performance of the water and also has the function of separating the two gases, hydrogen and oxygen, during production.
The main technologies for generating gaseous hydrogen are the alkaline process and the PEM membrane, which differ in the electrolyte substance that makes up a cell, or equipment capable of splitting water into hydrogen and oxygen through electricity.
But compared to the others, AEMWE technology is more recent and has much higher development potential.
Absolute separation between hydrogen and oxygen throughout the entire process, guaranteeing maximum.
Perfect results at competitive costs.
Minimum use of PGM (Platinum group metals).
Optimised design and low routine maintenance required.
Tailor-made solutions for each customer, application or dimensions as a result of modular design components and accessories.