Zero Gap Technology

In the finite / narrow gap electrolyzer, there is a gap between anode and cathode surface to avoid high pressure on membrane which leads to increase in the cell voltage.

Hence, to reduce the cell voltage by decreasing the gap between anode and cathode using the zero gap technology. In zero gap technology, both anode and cathode surfaces are in contact with the membrane, i.e. electrode gap equals to membrane thickness. Achieving uniform current distribution the original anode and cathode mesh are not fully flat; this is creating some non-uniformity in the current distribution. The elastic element can adjust its thickness following meshes profile, so the gap between anode and cathode is kept uniform.

Zero Gap Retrofit