The HiQ® Hydrogen PG gas generator

The HiQ® Hydrogen PG gas generator
User
manual.
Hydrogen Generator
Models PGH2 Series
PGH2 100, PGH2 160, PGH2 250,
PGH2 300, PGH2 500, PGH2 600
Date June 18, 2008
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Table of contents.
Introduction
Scope of the manual
Specifications
Notes on FCC compliance
Correct use
Packing list
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Description
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Installation
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Receiving the generator
Placing the generator
Symbols used on the generator
Gas connections
Cartridge installation
Electrical connections
Remote connections (optional)
Cascading (optional)
Auto refill (optional)
Initial start-up
Filling the water tank
Installing the deioniser bag
Starting the unit
Operation
LEDs
Liquid crystal display (LCD)
The keypad
Menu tree
Maintenance
Routine maintenance
Returning the unit
Spare parts list
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HiQ® is a registered trademark of The Linde Group.
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Introduction.
Scope of the manual
This manual provides operation and maintenance instructions for the Hydrogen
Generator models PGH2 100, PGH2 160, PGH2 250, PGH2 300, PGH2 500 and PGH2 600.
Specifications
Specifications of the different Hydrogen Generator models
Hydrogen flow rate
Model PGH2 100
STP: Standard temperature and
Model PGH2 160
pressure (20 °C, 1 bar)
Model PGH2 250
Model PGH2 300
Model PGH2 500
Model PGH2 600
Max outlet pressure
7 bar (100 psi)
Purity
99.999 %
Models PGH2 100, 160, 250, 300
Weight (dry)
Models PGH2 500, 600
Model PGH2 100
Power consumption
Model PGH2 160
Model PGH2 250
Model PGH2 300
Model PGH2 500
Model PGH2 600
Input voltage
110–230 V/50–60 Hz
Fuse (not user-replaceable)
5 x 30, 6.3 A
Pressure accuracy
0.1 bar (±0.5 %)
Microprocessor-controlled display
LCD
Index of protection
IP2x
Operating conditions:
3 Temperature
3 Relative humidity
+15° C to +40° C
80 % up to 31° C, decreasing linearly to 50 % at 40° C
Over voltage category
Pollution degree
Sound pressure level
Case dimensions
II
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46 dB(A)
220 x 330 x 395 mm (W x D x H)
0–100 ml/min at STP
0–160 ml/min at STP
0–250 ml/min at STP
0–300 ml/min at STP
0–500 ml/min at STP
0–600 ml/min at STP
16 kg
18 kg
70 VA
95 VA
140 VA
160 VA
280 VA
310 VA
HiQ® code
5517
5518
5519
6001
5520
6002
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Notes on FCC compliance
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B
digital device pursuant to part 15 of the FCC rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation.
This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio-frequency energy and, if not
installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will
not occur in a particular installation.
If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception,
which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
33 Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
33 Increase the separation between the equipment and the receiver.
33 Connect the equipment to an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the
receiver is connected.
33 Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
Correct use
The Hydrogen Generator is designed to produce hydrogen for laboratory use. The
unit must only be operated for this purpose, according to the specifications and
instructions provided in this manual. In particular, the following warnings must be
observed at all times:
33 Indoor use only.
33 Never operate the unit at below-zero temperatures. This will cause irreversible
damage to the electrolysis cell.
33 Only use pure water (see “Filling the water tank”).
33 Only operate the unit in a room with sufficient ventilation (see “Placing the
generator”).
33 Always unplug the unit from the mains power supply before accessing the
internal components for replacement.
33 Only the parts described in the “Spare parts list” can be replaced by the user.
Warning
Any changes or modifications to this
equipment not expressly approved by
the manufacturer may void the user‘s
authority to operate the equipment.
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Packing list
List of items included in the shipment
Quantity
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Description
Hydrogen Generator
Instruction manual
Deioniser triangle bag
Water drain with flexible tubing
Power cable
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Description.
The Hydrogen Generator produces pure hydrogen (and oxygen as a by-product) through the electrolysis of water. The key element of the generator is an electrochemical cell assembly which
contains a solid polymer electrolyte. No free acids or alkalines are used. Deionised or pure,
distilled water is the only liquid which may come into contact with the cell. Because the water is
consumed, it must be refilled from time to time.
The generated hydrogen is accumulated in the hydrogen/water separator and the desiccant
housing. The pressure is controlled by a pressure transducer. The output pressure is indicated on
the display. The hydrogen is dried by passing it through a drying tube and a desiccant cartridge
containing desiccant material. The hydrogen then passes through the shut-off valve and exits the
generator through the outlet port at the rear.
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Installation.
Receiving the generator
All units have been carefully inspected before transport. Visual checks for damage and functional
tests should be performed upon receipt. Any damage must be immediately noted and reported.
The generator must only be returned according to the shipping instructions provided.
Placing the generator
The Hydrogen Generator must be placed on a flat, level, vibration-free, shock-free surface. Do
not place the generator over a source of heat, as this may cause the device to overheat. The unit
should not be in contact with any other objects on any side and the air inlet must not be blocked.
Leave at least 30 cm of free space at the rear for ventilation. Do not operate the generator in a
sealed or unventilated room, or in close proximity to an open flame or other sources of ignition.
Do not operate the generator at below-freezing temperatures. Operation is guaranteed at operating temperatures between +15 and +40° C.
Warning
Normal precautions for any hydrogen supply should be taken when
using the generator. Do not use in sealed or unventilated rooms. Do not
use in close proximity of open flames or other sources of ignition.
Symbols used on the generator
Earth symbol
This symbol marks the earth connections to the chassis of the Hydrogen
Generator.
Gas connections
Pure dry hydrogen at regulated pressure is available at the hydrogen outlet port at the rear of the
generator. This port must be connected to 1/8" tubing using a stainless-steel or copper Swagelok
connector. Teflon connectors are not suitable. The pressure at this port is adjusted and shown on
the display. The hydrogen relief port at the rear of the unit can be connected to an exhaust hood
or another vent system.
Warning
The line from the relief port should never be connected in such a way
that back pressure can develop.
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Important
Remove the plug from the oxygen vent and hydrogen vent before
operating the unit. Keep these plugs for transporting the unit.
Cartridge installation
The desiccant cartridge is shipped separately inside the packaging, and needs to be fitted before
operating the unit. Refer to the photos below for the installation of the cartridge.
Make sure that the tubing that connects the cartridge is pushed back inside the unit after installation to allow the front door to close completely.
Step 1 to Step 3: Preparation for cartridge installation
Step 1
Step 2
Step 3
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Step 4 to Step 6: Cartridge installation
Step 4
Step 5
Please note:
When the silica gel inside the cartridge has changed its colour complete­ly, it’s time to substitute it with a new one. Loosen the top fitting of
the cartridge by unscrewing the fitting counter-clockwise, then empty
the “old” molecular sieve and replace it with a new one. Make sure that
the o-ring on top of the cartridge is free of dust before reinstalling the
fitting.
Step 6
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Electrical connections
Check the setting of the voltage selector on the rear of the unit. The set voltage is indicated by
the white arrow. To change the voltage, proceed as follows:
33 Using a small screwdriver, remove the voltage selector insert.
33 Replace the voltage selector insert so that the white arrow points to the correct voltage.
Remote connections (optional)
The Hydrogen Generators are fitted with an optional remote control feature, which allows the
user to check the status of the machine from a remote position, and to start/stop the production
of hydrogen.
The contacts used in the remote control are potential-free relay contacts. The contacts can be
configured via software as “Normally open” or “Normally closed” (see the “Operation” section,
page 19+20).
The maximum voltage and current ratings for the contacts are 1A / 48 V. The pin configuration of
the remote connector is shown in the table below.
Remote connector pin configuration
Pin
1+2
3+4
5+6
7+8
9+10
11+12
13+14
Description
Start (12 – 30 VDC, polarity not important)
Standby (system not OK)
Reaching normal pressure (overproduction)
Refill water (low water)
Low water level (water level too low)
Bad water
Change water (bad water warning)
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Cascading (optional)
The RS-485 interface allows up to 10 generators to be operated in parallel mode. One unit has
to be defined as the master, while the others operate in “slave” mode. All the slaves need to be
configured with individual ID numbers. Communication between the generators requires a standard D-sub 9 pin serial cable. The serial ports are connected as follows:
Master RS-485 out 3 Slave 1 RS-485 out - Slave 1 RS-485 in 3 Slave 2 RS-485 in …
Configuration
Configuring the master
1. Enter “Menu”.
2. Scroll until the display shows “Master“ and press “Enter”. Set the value to “YES” (using the +/buttons).
3. E xit and scroll until the display shows “Number of slaves“ and enter: set the number of slaves
connected to the master using the +/- buttons.
4. Exit and scroll until the display shows “ID Nr“ and set to “1”.
5. Exit.
Configuring the slaves
1. Enter “Menu”.
2. Scroll until the display shows “Master“ and press “Enter”. Set the value to “NO” (using the +/buttons).
3. E xit and scroll until the display shows “ID Nr“ and press “Enter”. Set the ID number of the
slave.­Use a different number for each slave, starting from ID Nr. 2.
4. Exit.
The configuration is now complete.
Operating in master-slave mode
Connect the gas outputs of all the generators to the same line. Open all the main valves.
If the configuration and the serial connection is correct, the slaves will show “Slave mode“ after
starting up. Change the pressure setting on the master and the slaves will follow the master.
Important
The cascading function will only work properly if the gas outlets on all
the generators are connected together and the main valves are in the
“OPEN” position.
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Auto refill (optional)
Description
The auto refill option gives you the possibility to refill the water tank of the generator automatically from an
external water source. You can either use a DI water line or a water reservoir. The correct refill time depends on
the pressure of the water source. A higher pressure results in a shorter refill time. Max. pressure is 60 psi g.
If you are using a water reservoir, make sure the minimum water level in the reservoir is 2-3 feet ­higher than
the top of the generator.
Installation steps
1. C onnect the water tubes and the electric wires as shown in the diagram
above.
2. Configure the generator as follows:
33 Set the generator to standby.
33 Set the auto refill function to “ON”.
33 Adjust the auto refill time to 8 s.
3. Test the auto refill time as follows:
33 Empty the water tank.
33 Start the generator.
33 Obtain the refilling level (should be approx. 30 to 50 % of the
max. level).
33 If the refill level is too low, increase the auto refill time.
33 Repeat these steps until you have a correct refilling volume.
33 Note: every time you go into the “Auto refill” menu, you have to put
the generator to standby and start it again.
Warning
If the refill time is too long, the water tank of the generator can overflow
and damage the unit.
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Initial start-up.
Filling the water tank
To fill the generator with water, remove the cap on the water tank. Carefully fill the tank with distilled or deionised water. The conductivity of the water used in the generator must not exceed 2µS.
Fill the tank to the maximum level indicator. Replace the cap and leave the small hole free for ventilation.
Warning
Do not fill the water tank higher than the marked level.
Caution
To prevent contamination of the cell assembly, it is important to use only deionised
or distilled water in the generator. Water containing metallic impurities will contaminate or damage the cell and will void the warranty.
Installing the deioniser bag
After having filled the tank with water, the deioniser bag (supplied) must be placed in the tank. Inspect the
bag thoroughly for holes or tears, indicated by loose deioniser beads on the outer surface. If the bag is damaged in any way, discard and replace it with a new one. Only use original parts (see “Spare parts list”). Wash
the deioniser bag in deionised water before proceeding.
Insert the free end of the “T” fastener through the hole in the centre of the water filler cap until it is securely
fastened. The bag should not block the outlet at the bottom of the tank. Once in place, the bag should not be
allowed to dry out.
This new triangle deioniser bag has been designed for a
higher water purifying capacity. It is recommendable to
use this bag for new generators in the first 4 to 6 months
of operation. After this time, you can use the standard
deioniser bag (see “Spare parts list”).
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Starting the unit
Once all of the previous operations have been performed, the generator is ready for operation.
1. Close the shut-off valve located on top of the unit, next to the water tank cap.
2. Check that the tank is filled with deionised water.
3. Check that the hydrogen outlet connector is tightly fitted.
4. Check that the plug has been removed from the oxygen vent.
5. Turn the “POWER” switch to the “ON” position.
6. Enter the desired set pressure, using the arrow buttons on the keypad.
7. Press the “START” button to start the unit. If the unit has been configured for „Auto start“ (see
“Configuration”) it will start automatically.
8. The unit will immediately begin to build up pressure. The liquid crystal display (LCD) will show
the message „Reaching normal pressure“, and the H2 flow bar will indicate maximum flow (fully
illuminated).
9. Wait until the “Act” pressure reaches the “Set” value. These values are shown on the liquid crystal display (LCD). It may take a few minutes to reach the “Set” operating pressure.
Note
If the generator does not build up pressure as required, the unit will
shut down. Refer to the “Troubleshooting” table.
10.Once the pressure reaches the “Set” value, the LCD will show the message „Normal pressure“
and the H2 flow bar will indicate no flow (no segments illuminated). This indicates that there
are no gas leaks within the generator itself.
11.Open the shut-off valve. Initially, the outlet pressure will fall. The amount and the duration of
this pressure drop depends on the volume of the external equipment connected to the generator.
12.After the initial pressure drop, the outlet pressure should stabilise at the ”Set” pressure.
A continuing drop in pressure indicates a gas leak in the external equipment or an elevated
hydrogen consumption. Check the external equipment for leaks or elevated consumption.
13.The generator is now in normal operating conditions.
Figure 3: LCD
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Operation.
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LEDs
The unit is fitted with three LEDs which offer
an overall view of the unit´s status.
Green LED
The green LED shows that the unit is powered.
Yellow LED
When the yellow LED is on, the unit is producing hydrogen.
Red LED
The red LED shows that the unit has shut down due to an alarm.
Liquid crystal display (LCD)
All important operating information is shown on the display.
Layout of the display
The LCD provides the following information:
First row, status information
“Sts” shows current information on the operating status of the
generator. The information can be divided into 3 groups:
Information
Displays normal operating status.
Warning
(pre-alarm)
Indicates that a maintenance intervention
will soon be required; accompanied by an
audible signal.
Alarm
Indicates that maintenance intervention is
required and that the machine has been
shut down; accompanied by an audible
signal.
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List of messages displayed
Message
Description
Standby
Device is ready for H2 production.
Type
Information
Reaching normal pressure
Device is producing H2 and increasing
pressure to the set value.
Information
Normal pressure
Device is producing H2 and has reached
the set pressure value.
Information
Normal flow
Device is producing H2 and has reached
the set pressure value; with H2 flowing.
Information
Refill water
Water level approaching alarm threshold.
Warning (pre-alarm)
Fill the tank with water.
Change water
The conductivity of the water has
exceeded 33 µs.
Warning (pre-alarm)
Drain and then refill the tank; change
the deionizer bag.
Low pressure
The set pressure can not be reached.
Alarm
Check for internal or external leaks.
Check max. H2 consumption.
Low water level
There is too little water in the tank.
Alarm
Refill the tank.
Bad water
The conductivity of the water has
exceeded 38 µs.
Alarm
Drain and then refill the tank; change
the deioniser bag.
High cell voltage
High cell voltage.
Alarm
Notify service agent.
Action
Press “START”
Second row, pressure information
Fourth row, water quality
“Act” is the actual pressure of the hydrogen, while “Set” is
the set pressure. The pressure can be increased using the
5 button, or decreased using the 9 button.
This graph shows the quality of the water. With more than 3
points illuminated, the water quality is good. If only 3 or less
points are illuminated, the conductivity of the water is around
33 µS (warning level). If only 1 point or no points are illuminated, the conductivity of the water is equal to or greater than
38 µS (alarm). The generator will be shut down.
Third row, hydrogen flow
This row displays the current quantity of hydrogen being produced. Each point represents approx. 10 % of the maximum
capacity. This graph also indicates approximately how much
hydrogen is being consumed by the connected equipment.
Note
The last point on the flow graph will flash only. This indicates that the generator is producing at maximum capacity.
In normal operation, this should not be the case, as it indicates that the consumption is too close to the maximum limit
and the unit may shut down if the consumption increases
further. Maximum flow is normal when the unit is building
up pressure.
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The keypad
“START/STOP”-”EXIT” button
The “START/STOP” button places the generator in normal operating mode from
standby and vice versa. It is also used to re-start the unit following an alarm. When
the problem leading to the alarm has been resolved, the generator must be reset
using the “RESET” button and then can be started by pressing the “START/STOP”
­button.
The button is also used to exit from a displayed choice of the menu tree.
“RESET” and “MENU” button
This button silences the audible alarm. When the problem leading to the alarm has
been resolved, the “RESET” button must be pressed before the generator can be
restarted (also see “Special functions”).
The “RESET” and “MENU” button is also used to access the menu and select.
“PRESSURE” button
The pressure can be increased using the 5 button or decreased using the 9 button.
Use these buttons to scroll the menu.
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Menu tree
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Configuration parameters
Item
Pressure units
Description
Sets the desired unit of measure for the pressure.
Options / Range
bar/psi/kPa
Default
bar
Volume units
Sets the desired unit of measure for the volume.
scm (standard cubic metres)
scf (standard cubic feet)
scm
Temp. units
Sets the desired unit of measure for the temperature.
°C and °F
°C
Pressure rise
Sets how fast the pressure has to increase. If the pressure
increases at a slower rate, a low-pressure alarm is activated.
0.1 – 6.8 bar/min
1.4 – 100 psi/min
0.3
1.5
Pressure drop delay
Sets a delay in seconds to ignore a pressure drop
(overrides the low-pressure alarm).
2 – 10 min
2
Auto start
Sets whether the unit automatically starts production when
the power is switched on.
YES/NO
NO
Beeper
Sets whether the audible signal is activated in the event of
an alarm.
ON/OFF
ON
Master
Number of slaves
ID number
Configures the unit as the master for cascading operation.
Enter the number of slaves connected to the master.
Sets the ID number.
YES/NO
0 – 32
0 – 32
NO
0
0
Remote start/stop
mode
Configures the remote start/stop function.
START/STOP, START only,
direct control
START/STOP
Remote relay mode
Configures the remote relay contacts.
Normally open (NO)
Normally closed (NC)
NC
Warnings (pre-alarms)
in alarm log
If set to “YES”, the warnings (pre-alarms) are also shown
in the alarm log.
YES/NO
NO
Lock keyboard
If set to “YES”, the keyboard will be locked automatically after YES/NO
the generator is in the main window for more than 20 s. To
unlock the keyboard, press the unlock button and hold for 5 s.
NO
Display contrast
Adjusts the contrast of the display.
0 – 10
5
Auto refill
If set to “ON”, the pre-level water alarm is used to trigger an
external pump or valve to refill the water tank.
ON/OFF
OFF
Auto refill time
Sets the duration of water refilling after the pump or valve
has been triggered.
0 – 60 s
0
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Diagnostic display
Item
Description
Max.
Production tot.
Total hydrogen production
99.999 scf
4000.00 scm
Operating time (h)
Wat. quality (µS)
Cell current (A)
Cell voltage (V)
Cell voltage peak (V)
PS. temp.
PS. temp. peak
Total number of hours of unit operation
Actual water conductivity
Actual cell current
Actual cell voltage
Maximum cell voltage in the life of the cell
Actual temperature of the power supply
Maximum temperature of the power supply
99,999 hours
38 µS
–
–
–
–
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Maintenance.
With proper care and maintenance, your Hydrogen Generator should provide you with years of trouble-free operation.
There are no adjustments to be made to the generator. The
only routine service operations are those described below.
Nevertheless, the generator should be inspected approximately every 2 years. Contact your supplier.
Routine maintenance
The following section describes the maintenance operations required for the correct
operation of the Hydrogen Generator.
Cleaning
The internal components of the Hydrogen Generator do not need to be cleaned and
should not be accessed by the user for cleaning. To clean the outside of the unit,
only use a damp cloth (no detergents, acids or aggressive or abrasive substances).
Water refilling
The tank must be refilled when the water level approaches the lower level, and the
“Refill water” warning message appears.
Desiccant replacement
Change the desiccant cartridge when the red colour of the desiccant turns to slight
orange. The colour of the desiccant can be observed through a view port in the front
panel of the generator.
To remove the desiccant cartridge, first loosen the top and bottom connectors. These
are screwed in hand-tight; no tools are required. Then extract the cartridge and
replace it with a new or regenerated one. Reconnect the cartridge to the tubing and
tighten the connectors (hand-tight!).
Return the used cartridge to your retailer for refilling.
Deioniser replacement
Rinse the water tank and replace the deioniser bags approximately every six
months, or whenever the “Change water” message appears.
Installing the new deioniser bag
After having refilled the tank with water, the new deioniser bag must be placed in
the tank. Inspect the bag thoroughly for holes or tears, indicated by loose deioniser
beads on the outer surface. If the bag is damaged in any way, discard and replace it
with a new one. Only use original parts (see “Spare parts list”). Wash the deioniser
bag in deionised water before proceeding.
Insert the free end of the “T” fastener through the hole in the centre of the water
filler cap until it is securely fastened. The bag should not block the outlet at the bottom of the tank. Once in place, the bag should not be allowed to dry out.
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Returning the unit
In the event of any faults or damage, first notify the agent or distributor who supplied the unit. If this is not possible, inform the producer directly. Please also provide
full details of the problem, plus the model and serial number. Instructions will then
be provided for the service or the return of the unit. The device will be received and
repaired by the producer only if return authorisation is provided by the producer as
per these instructions. If the one-year warranty has expired or the fault is due to
misuse of the unit, all repair and shipping costs are to be paid by the customer. All
other costs are borne by the customer, except as otherwise expressly agreed upon.
Warning
If the unit has to be transported, make sure that the water
tank is completely empty and place the plug (supplied with
the unit) on the oxygen vent at the rear of the unit. Close
the small hole in the cap on the water tank with a strip of
adhesive tape. Use suitable packaging.
The unit should be transported in an upright position; this
warning should be visible on the outside of the packaging.
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Spare parts list.
The table below provides a list and descriptions of the
spare parts for the Hydrogen Generator. Please also refer to
the corresponding figures.
List of spare parts – PGH2 100
List of spare parts – PGH2 160
p/n
H200-019
PGH2-DES-Cart
H200-031
PGH2-DI-Bag
Description
Desiccant refill (3 cartridges)
Desiccant cartridge + fittings + refill
Deioniser bag
New deioniser triangle bag
p/n
H200-019
PGH2-DES-Cart
H200-031
PGH2-DI-Bag
Description
Desiccant refill (3 cartridges)
Desiccant cartridge + fittings + refill
Deioniser bag
New deioniser triangle bag
PG201-001
PG200-002
H200-005
PG200-003
H200-007
H200-008
PG200-004
H200-013
H200-014
NM200-006
NM200-007
H200-017
NM200-015
NM200-016
H200-021
H200-022
H200-024
H200-025
H200-026
H200-028
H210000-001
NM200-011
NM200-017
PG201-005
PG201-006
H210000-004
Water tank + level sensor
Water tubing kit
Water drain outlet + tube
Ball valve for cell IN
G/L separator, complete with fittings
Perma Pure drying tube
Display
Pressure release valve
Gas outlet connector + check valve
O2 separator
H2 separator
Door closer
Rear intake fan
Internal circulation fan
Gas ON/OFF valve
Connector for the Perma Pure tube
Gas ON/OFF polycarbonate labels
Painted metal casing
Slide frame + plexiglass cover
Display polycarbonate label
Complete cell
Transformer 230 VA 50/60 Hz
START button 240/120 V 50/60 Hz
Mainboard
Cables
Cell service (on old cell)
PG201-001
PG200-002
H200-005
PG200-003
H200-007
H200-008
PG200-004
H200-013
H200-014
NM200-006
NM200-007
H200-017
NM200-015
NM200-016
H200-021
H200-022
H200-024
H200-025
H200-026
H200-028
H216000-001
NM200-011
NM200-017
PG202-005
PG201-006
H216000-004
Water tank + level sensor
Water tubing kit
Water drain outlet + tube
Ball valve for cell IN
G/L separator, complete with fittings
Perma Pure drying tube
Display
Pressure release valve
Gas outlet connector + check valve
O2 separator
H2 separator
Door closer
Rear intake fan
Internal circulation fan
Gas ON/OFF valve
Connector for the Perma Pure tube
Gas ON/OFF polycarbonate labels
Painted metal casing
Slide frame + plexiglass cover
Display polycarbonate label
Complete cell
Transformer 230 VA 50/60 Hz
START button 240/120 V 50/60 Hz
Mainboard
Cables
Cell service (on old cell)
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List of spare parts – PGH2 250
List of spare parts – PGH2 300
p/n
H200-019
PGH2-DES-Cart
H200-031
PGH2-DI-Bag
Description
Desiccant refill (3 cartridges)
Desiccant cartridge + fittings + refill
Deioniser bag
New deioniser triangle bag
p/n
H200-019
PGH2-DES-Cart
H200-031
PGH2-DI-Bag
Description
Desiccant refill (3 cartridges)
Desiccant cartridge + fittings + refill
Deioniser bag
New deioniser triangle bag
PG201-001
PG200-002
H200-005
PG200-003
H200-007
H200-008
PG200-004
H200-013
H200-014
NM200-006
NM200-007
H200-017
NM200-015
NM200-016
H200-021
H200-022
H200-024
H200-025
H200-026
H200-028
H225000-001
NM200-011
NM200-017
PG203-005
PG201-006
H225000-004
Water tank + level sensor
Water tubing kit
Water drain outlet + tube
Ball valve for cell IN
G/L separator, complete with fittings
Perma Pure drying tube
Display
Pressure release valve
Gas outlet connector + check valve
O2 separator
H2 separator
Door closer
Rear intake fan
Internal circulation fan
Gas ON/OFF valve
Connector for the Perma Pure tube
Gas ON/OFF polycarbonate labels
Painted metal casing
Slide frame + plexiglass cover
Display polycarbonate label
Complete cell
Transformer 230 VA 50/60 Hz
START button 240/120 V 50/60 Hz
Mainboard
Cables
Cell service (on old cell)
PG201-001
PG200-002
H200-005
PG200-003
H200-007
H200-008
PG200-004
H200-013
H200-014
NM200-006
NM200-007
H200-017
NM200-015
NM200-016
H200-021
H200-022
H200-024
H200-025
H200-026
H200-028
H210000-001PG
NM200-011
NM200-017
PG203-005
PG201-006
H210000-004PG
Water tank + level sensor
Water tubing kit
Water drain outlet + tube
Ball valve for cell IN
G/L separator, complete with fittings
Perma Pure drying tube
Display
Pressure release valve
Gas outlet connector + check valve
O2 separator
H2 separator
Door closer
Rear intake fan
Internal circulation fan
Gas ON/OFF valve
Connector for the Perma Pure tube
Gas ON/OFF polycarbonate labels
Painted metal casing
Slide frame + plexiglass cover
Display polycarbonate label
Complete cell
Transformer 230 VA 50/60 Hz
START button 240/120 V 50/60 Hz
Mainboard
Cables
Cell service (on old cell)
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PGH2 Series
List of spare parts – PGH2 500
List of spare parts – PGH2 600
p/n
H200-019
PGH2-DES-Cart
H200-031
PGH2-DI-Bag
Description
Desiccant refill (3 cartridges)
Desiccant cartridge + fittings + refill
Deioniser bag
New deioniser triangle bag
p/n
H200-019
PGH2-DES-Cart
H200-031
PGH2-DI-Bag
Description
Desiccant refill (3 cartridges)
Desiccant cartridge + fittings + refill
Deioniser bag
New deioniser triangle bag
PG201-001
PG200-002
H200-005
PG200-003
H200-007
H200-008
PG200-004
H200-013
H200-014
NM200-006
NM200-007
H200-017
NM200-015
NM200-016
H200-021
H200-022
H200-024
H200-025
H200-026
H200-028
H250000-001
NM200-011
NM200-017
PG204-005
PG201-006
H250000-004
Water tank + level sensor
Water tubing kit
Water drain outlet + tube
Ball valve for cell IN
G/L separator, complete with fittings
Perma Pure drying tube
Display
Pressure release valve
Gas outlet connector + check valve
O2 separator
H2 separator
Door closer
Rear intake fan
Internal circulation fan
Gas ON/OFF valve
Connector for the Perma Pure tube
Gas ON/OFF polycarbonate labels
Painted metal casing
Slide frame + plexiglass cover
Display polycarbonate label
Complete cell
Transformer 230 VA 50/60 Hz
START button 240/120 V 50/60 Hz
Mainboard
Cables
Cell service (on old cell)
PG201-001
PG200-002
H200-005
PG200-003
H200-007
H200-008
PG200-004
H200-013
H200-014
NM200-006
NM200-007
H200-017
NM200-015
NM200-016
H200-021
H200-022
H200-024
H200-025
H200-026
H200-028
H250000-001PG
NM200-011
NM200-017
PG204-005
PG201-006
H250000-004PG
Water tank + level sensor
Water tubing kit
Water drain outlet + tube
Ball valve for cell IN
G/L separator, complete with fittings
Perma Pure drying tube
Display
Pressure release valve
Gas outlet connector + check valve
O2 separator
H2 separator
Door closer
Rear intake fan
Internal circulation fan
Gas ON/OFF valve
Connector for the Perma Pure tube
Gas ON/OFF polycarbonate labels
Painted metal casing
Slide frame + plexiglass cover
Display polycarbonate label
Complete cell
Transformer 230 VA 50/60 Hz
START button 240/120 V 50/60 Hz
Mainboard
Cables
Cell service (on old cell)
Important
The manufacturer reserves the right to change
or modify his products without prior notice.
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Getting ahead through innovation.
With its innovative concepts, Linde is playing a pioneering role in the global market. As a technology leader, it is our task
to constantly raise the bar. Traditionally driven by entrepreneurship, we are working steadily on new high-quality products
and innovative processes.
Linde offers more. We create added value, clearly discernible competitive advantages, and greater profitability.
Each concept is tailored specifically to meet our customers’ requirements – offering standardised as well as customised
solutions. This applies to all industries and all companies regardless of their size.
If you want to keep pace with tomorrow’s competition, you need a partner by your side for whom top quality, process
optimisation, and enhanced productivity are part of daily business. However, we define partnership not merely as being
there for you but being with you. After all, joint activities form the core of commercial success.
Linde AG
Linde Gases Division, Seitnerstrasse 70, 82049 Pullach, Germany
Phone +49.89.74 46-0, Fax +49.89.74 46-12 30, www.linde-gas.com
0608 – 1.0 L&P Subject to change.
Linde – ideas become solutions.
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