|RECOMBINATION H2 CATALYSTS
|Hydrogen recombination catalyst
|Catalytic recombination (cold combustion) of hydrogen in the air. Provides indoor and sealed spaces with explosion safety, including accumulator batteries rooms. Set in place of hydrogen emission in the air. Resistant to acid end alkalies vapors and aerosols.
|Hydrogen recombination catalyst for nuclear power
|Catalytic removal of hydrogen from the gas circuits of nuclear reactors and gas emissions in nuclear industry. Operates at high temperatures and high humidity.
|Catalyst "cold" hydrogen recombination
|The catalyst is designed for use in a hydrogen explosion safety. Catalytic combustion of hydrogen begins at temperatures below 0°C. The catalyst is resistant to organic vapor and carbon monoxide. The catalyst operates under oxygen deficiency. Thermally stable up to 900°C