IMI Critical Engineering launches IMI Vivo PEM electrolyser

IMI Critical Engineering has expanded its technology portfolio by launching a proton exchange membrane (PEM) electrolyser that generates green hydrogen from renewable energy sources.

To support the industrial adoption of hydrogen energy, the company has launched the new IMI Vivo electrolyser, which passes an electric current through water via a membrane, breaking it down into hydrogen and oxygen.

It uses a ‘turnkey’ configuration that can be adapted to customer specifications, and includes a fuel cell, storage system and electrolyser as standard.

The electrolyser is already being used across research facilities, including a Russell Group university in England which is assisting IMI Critical Engineering’s ongoing research into eco-fuels and green technologies.

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