AquaVolta® Nafion 117 hydrogen generator 300 ml/min for inhalation and infusion (fumigation) of hydrogen gas (H2)
Description of the AquaVolta® Nafion 117 hydrogen generator
These two hydrogen generators are newly designed and reflect the latest state of the art. Both use the latest technology from DuPont, which represents a significant advance in efficiency and promises longer system durability.
The MEA-PEM (proton exchange membrane) is currently the best version of the proton exchange membrane
This Micro Electrode Array (MEA-SPE) technology is smaller and yet more powerful than its predecessor SPE-PEM. Because the membranes are arranged in such a way that they are more powerful and efficient. You get the purest 99,999% quality of molecular hydrogen (just like the previous SPE H2 models).
Because of MEA's ability to produce more hydrogen using far less energy, you can expect your hydrogen machine to last longer and produce more H2.
DuPont's original breakthrough was SPE/PEM (solid polymer electrolyte/proton exchange membranes). SPE/PEM guaranteed the purity of hydrogen production, while previous hydrogen production methods were nowhere near as pure and healthy.
MEA-SPE technology uses a series of proton exchange membranes stacked to achieve the best results.
The SPE/PEM electrodes on older generators were made of pure titanium. However, this latest DuPont technology (MEA) used the highest quality platinum-coated titanium electrodes from Japan. The H2 flow is up to 300 ml/min.
The AquaVolta® Nafion 117 is both a hydrogen gas machine and an H2 water infuser. To make hydrogen water, simply let the hose bubble into a bottle of water for a few minutes or use the AquaVolta® Hydrogen Infuser, sold separately.
New lecture by Karl Heinz Asenbaum about Corona Virus
Content from the lecture:
- Corona virus and inhalation of H2 gas and O2 gas together, this is possible with the Nafion 117 thanks to the included Y-connector
- Production of disinfectants from water, salt and electrolysis
- and much more
Corona virus & bacteria | Disinfectants made from water & salt & electrolysis | Lecture by Karl Heinz Asenbaum
Using the AquaVolta® Nafion 117 as an H2 inhaler
- To set up, first add double distilled water (lab water) to the storage container. Fill it to the bottom and top marks on the front water level indicator. Make sure you use the funnel when filling. Spilling water into the machine itself can cause damage.
Remove the rubber cap over the H2 outlet. Slide the cannula into this port.
- Assemble the plug/power supply. Connect the device.
- Turn on the machine.
- Use the “Setting” button on the top of the device to set the desired session time and flow rate.
- Inhalation time: By pressing the setting button once, you can increase the session time in 10-minute increments up to a maximum of 180 minutes. After 180, another push brings it back to zero.
- H2 production rate: You can choose between “Low”, “Medium” and “High” flow rates. Low delivers H2 with about 100 parts per liter of airflow; Medium is approximately 200; and High goes up to about 270-300.
- The way H2 inhalers work is that the cannula fits around your head and two probes fit loosely into the nostrils. When you breathe in through your nose, the hydrogen that comes out of the cannula mixes with the air you breathe. Don't worry about extra hydrogen leaking out of the cannula. It simply acts as an antioxidant on your skin, ears, eyes and/or humidifies the air around you. Use it in a well-ventilated room.
- With the AquaVolta® Nafion 117 you can insert a cannula tube directly into a cup or bottle of water. After about 10 minutes at altitude you will have fully saturated hydrogen water in your cup. It may take longer to fill a full bottle. Once the water is saturated with hydrogen, it is as stable as any other method of producing H2 water.
If water is spilled from the water tank in the machine, the AquaVolta® Nafion 117 can be damaged from the inside. If you think you may have done this accidentally, leave the appliance unplugged for as long as you think the spilled water can evaporate.
It is not recommended to move the machine much when the tank is full. There are handles on both sides of the AquaVolta® Nafion 117 housing to transport the machine. Try to keep the container fairly straight when filled with water. Do not turn the machine on its side if the container contains water.
Attention: Use only laboratory water and do not allow the membrane to dry out
For hydrogen machines, the type of water must be zero TDS-PPM. For this reason, you must only use double distilled water. After about 4 weeks of use, the TDS content in the tank will increase. You should replace the bidest water when the mineral content reaches a maximum of 15 PPM.
Please do not use self-produced distilled water or reverse osmosis water. The purer the water you use and the more often you change it, the longer you will have fun with your H2 generator. And if all else fails, the heart, the electrolysis cell, can be renewed by us. But usually this is not necessary. Maybe after 5 years of regular use...
Note: The MEA-SPE membrane and electrodes have been tested and tested for 8000 hours of pure H2 production
That's 8.000 days (about 11 years) if you use it 2 hours a day! Clinics or therapy practices that use the AquaVolta® Nafion 8 to 10 hours per day would have to replace the MEM membrane after about 2-3 years.