There are two different sources of hydrogen produced by the hydrogen generator.
Pure water electrolysis
To meet the requirements of water electrolysis (resistivity greater than 1M /cm, deionized water or electronic analysis for the industry or two times in distilled water can be) into the anode chamber of the electrolytic bath, the water immediately after power on the anode decomposition: 2H2O=4H++ 2O-2, negative oxygen ion decomposition into (O-2), then release electrons at the anode. The formation of oxygen (O2), discharged from the anode chamber, carrying some water into the water tank, the water can be recycled, oxygen from the tank cover holes into the atmosphere. Hydrogen proton to hydrated ions (H+? XH2O) form, under the action of electric field force, through the SPE membrane, reach the cathode absorption electrons to form hydrogen, discharged from the cathode chamber, into the gas water separator, then remove most of the water carrying out from the cell, containing trace water hydrogen by the dryer after moisture absorption the purity is above 99.999%.
Electrolytic hydrogen production
The principle of traditional diaphragm electrolysis. The conductive medium in the electrolytic tank is potassium hydroxide aqueous solution, and the separation of the bipolar chamber is a high quality diaphragm used for the space electrolysis device, and the grid electrode which is composed of a corrosion resistance and a good mass transfer is integrated with the end plate. After applying the direct current to the poles, the water molecules react immediately at the poles of the electrolytic bath to produce oxygen in the anode and hydrogen in the cathode. The reaction equation as follows: 2OH--2e: H2O+1/2O2 = - anode cathode: 2H2O +2e 2OH- +H2, the total reaction type: 2H2O, H2 = 2 = +O2 = the instrument of pressure control, overvoltage protection, flow display, flow tracing are the implementation of automatic control; the output of hydrogen at constant pressure, according to gas chromatography with hydrogen gas the spectrometer, automatic regulation (in gas range).