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Hydrogen Generator powers up to 7.5 kW fuel cell using methanol.

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July 2, 2014 - Producing hydrogen in excess of 99.9999% purity, HGC-M 40, 80, and 100 slpm hydrogen generators, when integrated with cost effective PEM fuel cells, provide respective power levels of 2.5, 5.0, and 7.5 kW to meet demand for extended runtime applications. Model HGC-M-100™ will let operators provide consolidated power system to meet needs of multiple carriers at communications site. HGC-M is designed for PEM fuel cell backup power applications and operates on fuel mixture of methanol and water.

Hy9 Corporation Introduces the HGC-M-100(TM) Hydrogen Generator Capable of Delivering Hydrogen Fuel to Power up to 7.5kW Hydrogen Fuel Cell Utilizing Methanol.


HY9 Corporation
106 South St.
Hopkinton, MA, 01748
USA



Press release date: June 24, 2014

HOPKINTON, Mass. -- Hy9 Corporation (http://www.hy9.com), a leading manufacturer of high performance fuel processing and hydrogen purification systems for the stationary and backup power markets, is expanding their HGS-C(TM) series of methanol-based hydrogen generators, the industry's first reformer designed for integration with a fuel cell engine and fuel storage tank into a turnkey DC Power Generation solution, ideally suited for telecom applications.

HGC-M

The complete HGC-M family of 40, 80 and 100 slpm hydrogen generators, when integrated with cost effective PEM fuel cells, provides power levels of 2.5, 5.0 and 7.5 kW respectively resulting in a reliable, cost effective, compact and efficient solution to meet increased customer demand for extended runtime applications. The new HGC-M-100 will enable operators to provide a consolidated power system to meet the needs of multiple carriers at a communications site.

Pure Hydrogen

Hy9's hydrogen generators reliably produce hydrogen in excess of 99.9999% purity, ensuring long-lived, high performance fuel cell operation. The systems are highly scalable due to the unique and compact design, with the added benefit of a minimal system footprint. The HGC-M is designed for PEM fuel cell backup power applications requiring extended runtime. It operates on a fuel mixture of methanol and water, a ubiquitous fuel readily available worldwide. Hy9's unique and patented membrane purifier, a core part of the HGC-M hydrogen generator, eliminates the costly and complex purification steps required of all other reformer-based hydrogen generators when coupled with fuel cells.

About Hy9 Corporation
Based in Hopkinton, Massachusetts (USA), Hy9 Corporation designs, manufactures and sells low-cost, high-performance fuel processing and hydrogen purification systems for the portable power, stationary and backup power, industrial gas and transportation markets. For companies deploying fuel cells for stationary and portable power applications, Hy9's membrane purification and fuel processing solutions enable PEM fuel cells to operate reliably and efficiently over long periods of time on available hydrocarbon fuels, such as methanol and natural gas.

CONTACT INFORMATION

--  For more information please contact:
Chris Kellogg
Director of Sales
(508) 435-3789 x401
Email Contact
www.Hy9.com
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