The development is based on the technology of applying a ceramic-like insulating coating on an aluminum conductor by micro-arc oxidation (MAO).
Advantages of ceramic insulation
High working temperature
Exceeds aluminum melting point
High resistance to external influences
Protection from moisture, vibration, dust, radiation, aggressive environments
Does not change with temperature and operating time
No harmful emissions when heated
High thermal conductivity
Due to which there is an effective heat transfer from internal areas to the outside
Long service life
Parameters; Nikom; Model ТС 160; Model ТLС 160
Power, kVA; 160; 160; 160
Voltage ВН, kV; 6, 6.3, 10, 10.5; 6, 6.3, 10, 10.5; 6, 6.3, 10, 10.5
Voltage НН, V; 690, 400, 230;690, 400, 230; 690, 400, 230
Efficiency at nominal load, % ;98,5; 98,3; 97,8
Weight, kg; 420; 1200; 680
Insulation class for thermal resistance; С (up to 450 С); F(155 С); B (130 С);
Operating temperature, С; from -70 to +150; from -5 to +40; from -50 to +50;
Compact hydrogen production reactor
Methane pyrolysis technology
We make compact hydrogen production by pyrolysis of methane possible. For this purpose we use a chemical compression reactor based on an internal combustion engine.
This technology aims as obtaining “blue” or “turquoise” hydrogen by methane pyrolysis using chemical compression reactor based on internal combustion engine. This internal combustion engine with compressive fuel ignition is designed with using stretching connective rods which provides its small size.
The device developed solves a significant problem of obtaining pure, cheap and eco-friendly hydrogen without emis-sion of pollutants or greenhouse gases.
Features of the developed reactor:
Compression ignition of the fuel mixture
Simplified lubrication system combined with cooling system
Exhaust gases are free of nitrogen oxides and carbon monoxide
Automatic adjustment to different fuels
No piston rings
Clearance between piston and cylinder 0.005 mm, maintained by the cooling system
All rubbing surfaces are coated with thermochemical oxidation developed by our company