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Cost-effective Benchtop Fluorine Generator Comes of Age To Meet Research Laboratories' Needs
On June 26th, 1886, French chemist Henri Moissan, first isolated fluorine using an electrolytic cell, and ending the history that fluorine is a little more than a laboratory curiosity for nearly 60 years. The same basic principles, which led Moissan to his winning of the 1906 Nobel Prize in Chemistry, have been used for modern fluorine production over 100 years.
Though the production of fluorine via electrolysis is a proven, mature technology. Pure fluorine has typically been available only in small cylinder volumes – U.S. Department of Transportation regulations restrict fluorine cylinders to a maximum net fill limit of 4.9 pounds (2.22 kg, 1310 liters) at a maximum fill pressure of 400 psig. These shipping, handling, and safety concerns of high pressure fluorine cylinders are significant.
Fluorine is the most powerful elemental oxidizing agent known. This property is attributed to fluorine’s small atomic diameter, and its electronegativity as represented by its upper right position in the periodic table. As such, as the concentration, pressure and temperature of fluorine are increased, the potential risks of undesirable oxidation increase substantially. Eliminating these variables is difficult with the historical method used for packaging fluorine.
Currently very expensive, complicated On-Site Fluorine Generators based on a large supply of anhydrous HF (AHF) are commercially available for the semiconductor industry. To our surprise, inexpensive Benchtop Fluorine Generator is an unmet instrument needed for the worldwide research laboratories, where only small quantities of fluorine are required on a daily basis. Qventas Benchtop Fluorine Generator does just that.
Qventas Benchtop Fluorine Generator Comes of Age to Meet Research Laboratories’ Needs
Consider AHF is not greenhouse effect gas, we now bring to the market a Benchtop Fluorine Generator using the least expensive solid complex of potassium fluoride poly (hydrogen fluorides) alone. And on-site generation of fluorine from 30-300g at a run, can be safely and responsibly handled. Qventas On-Site Benchtop Fluorine Generators without involving AHF are safe, reliable, cost-effective, and environmentally friendly.
  • Improve Process Safety Through Using Fluorine Produced by Benchtop Fluorine Generators
  • Minimize the amount of fluorine on-hand and eliminate high pressure storage of hazardous gases
  • By engineering a highly reliable and redundant generator, the quantity of stored produced fluorine can be significantly reduced, and the pressure that it is stored at is typically less than 20 psig.
  • Utilize proven process and materials technology to make a safe fluorine generator
  • By selecting the correct materials and not using AHF a raw material that Other Generators uses to make fluorine for different application,  fluorine generation can be safely accomplished
Qventas Benchtop Fluorine Generators Save Real Money
Qventas Benchtop Fluorine Generators using potassium hydrogen difluoride is substantially less expensive than other similar systems using anhydrous hydrogen fluoride. In today’s cost-savings environment, Qventas Benchtop Fluorine Generators therefore deserves serious consideration.
[1] R. E. Banks, “Isolation of Fluorine by Moissan: Setting the Scene”, Journal of Fluorine Chemistry, 1986, 33,  3-26
[2] H. Groult, “Electrochemistry of Fluorine production”,  Journal of Fluorine Chemistry, 2003, 119, 173-189
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