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Glass application

Hydrogen is used in float glass processes to provide an atmosphere of 5-10% hydrogen in nitrogen.
Float glass is widely used to create high quality glass for automotive and buildings applications.

Hydrogen is employed to create an oxygen-free environment as a blanket to avoid oxidisation of the glass, which can otherwise cause imperfections.

Because of the way it is made, float glass is very flat, of uniform thickness and contains no bubbles or distortions.

Using hydrogen generated from renewable sources rather than fossil fuels offers a solution for reducing the greenhouse gas emissions of float glass production.
Tech Specs
Hydrogen production:
Oxygen production:
Hydrogen purity:
Oxygen purity:
Dew point:
System working pressure:
Working temperature of electrolyzer:
Rated working current of electrolytic cell:
Rated working voltage of electrolytic cell:
Unit power consumption:
≤4.8kW.h/ N.m3