The Smart Hydrogen Generator
Say goodbye to cylinders and expand
your chemistry at the same time!
The H-Genie’s 1 NL/min production capability means it can provide hydrogen gas to multiple reactors, even at the same time. Balloons, Batch, and/or Flow reactors, the H-Genie™ can handle them all. The H-Genie™ can be the single source of hydrogen for the whole lab.Get a quote now
|Hydrogen Production Rate||0.1-1 NL/min|
|Output Pressure Range||1-100 bar|
|Purity||≥ 99.99% (4.0 @ 100 bar)|
|Water requirement||Deionized water with recommended conductivity < 1µS/cm|
|Water consumption rate||200 mL/hr|
|Water reservoir capacity||3L|
|Recommended environment||Ventilated laboratory fume hood|
|Power requirements||Mains: 100V to 240V AC, 47-63Hz|
|Power consumption||max. 1500 VA|
|Unit dimensions (H × W × D)||345 mm × 365 mm × 460 mm|
|Unit weight||38 kg|
|Outlet parameter||Swagelok O.D.: 1/8″|
|Operating and storage/transport environment||10–35°C; < 80% RH|
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To improve safety in the laboratory and expand chemistry capabilities at the same time. We aim to replace all hazardous gas cylinders with safer high pressure gas generators using water as the gas source. Safer higher gas pressures speed up reactions, allow more difficult chemistries, or allow more gas chromatographs to be run from one system. Hydrogen is only the first. Watch this space for more generators in the near future.
ThalesNano Energy is a sister company of ThalesNano. With over 1000 sold flow chemistry reactors on 6 continents, the widest chemical space available on the market, over 50 patents and 500 publications, numerous R&D awards, ThalesNano is the true market leader in a competitive continuous flow chemistry field. ThalesNano Energy follows in ThalesNano's footsteps by creating a successful business through solution focused scientific innovation.
The single living person in Hungary awarded as a Fellow of the American Chemical Society, serial innovator and entrepreneur with multidisciplinary technical background and decades long business experience. Holder of many awards including the Order of Merit of the Hungarian Republic. Dr. Darvas received his first degree in organic chemistry and two other degrees in computer science and patent law. His PhD. was dealing with the use of artificial intelligence in drug discovery in 1986. Dr. Darvas pioneered in adapting microfluidics and flow technologies for producing nanoparticles in the early 2000’s. He is author of over 200 publications, editor or co-editor of several books, and inventor of over 100 patents. Dr. Darvas is also the founder of the Space Chemistry Consortium and co-founder of the Flow Chemistry Society, where he is the Chairman.
Richard is the CEO and co-founder of ThalesNano Energy Inc, as well as the CEO of InnoStudio, a scientific incubator company. Before this, Richard was CEO of ThalesNano where he completely overhauled the product line, doubling the number of new instruments and greatly extending the number of countries ThalesNano sells into.
He joined ThalesNano in 2004 where he started as Chief Research Chemist, helping to develop the chemistry on the H-Cube® and other flow reactors. He then went on to become Product Manager of the R&D 100 Award winning H-Cube® before becoming Director of Product Management.
Prior to ThalesNano, Richard was at Biofocus Discovery and worked on the synthesis of several Kinase and GPCR inhibitor based compound libraries. Richard studied chemistry at the University of Bristol where he graduated with honors in 1999. He has over 20 scientific papers, books, and patents specializing in flow chemistry to his name.
Dr. Csaba Janáky is an assistant professor at Department of Physical Chemistry and Materials Science, University of Szeged, Hungary. He is the principal investigator of the MTA-SZTE „Momentum” Photoelectrochemistry Research Group, supported by the Hungarian Academy of Sciences and the European Research Council (ERC-Starting Grant). He is an emerging expert of materials science oriented electrochemistry and photoelectrochemistry. He has developed new electrode materials for energy applications, such as CO2 reduction, water oxidation, O2- reduction, and H2 evolution. His interest is focused on the rational design of these electrodes, after establishing structure/property relationships. He published over 75 articles in peer-reviewed journals including four review-, two perspective, and one viewpoint article, with an overall impact factor of 430. His current research group has 5 permanent members, 4 postdocs, 5 PhD students, and 3 undergraduate students. He is member of the Editorial Advisory Board of ACS Energy Letters (a premier scientific journal of energy research), and the Young Academy of Europe.
Antal joined ThalesNano in 2017 to lead the newly formed development team of the Energy Division at the Szeged site. Prior to ThalesNano, Antal led the Technical Department at ContiTech where the full responsibility for tailor made products was on his shoulders. Antal was employed in different product R&D positions immediately after finishing his MSC degree of Mechanical Engineering at the faculty of Fluid Dynamics and Applied Mechanics at Budapest University of Technology and Economics.