H24US Technology

H24US uses a novel patented membrane technology to concentrate and purify hydrogen from mixed gas streams.

When the feedstock gas stream is sourced from renewable materials derived from wind, solar, and biomass technologies, the resultant hydrogen can be zero carbon.”H24US” employs a simple, low-energy method to separate and concentrate hydrogen by passing the gas stream through its membrane, creating two steams, one of pure hydrogen and one containing the remaining gases.


One of the greatest barriers any industry faces is cost. Competitors employing conventional methods of separating and concentrating hydrogen require enormous amounts of energy, bulky elaborate equipment, and expensive precious metals such as platinum or palladium in their membranes. Thus, H2 adoption is very expensive even before accounting for the challenges of developing new infrastructure for storage/delivery and final carbon footprint.

H24US' new membrane and DeBlending Units (DBU) Technology slashes these high-priced barriers to deploying hydrogen as an energy source.

The H24US process does not require any energy input as it needs only a low-pressure differential in which to separate hydrogen from gas streams.

H24US uses small inexpensive DeBlending Units (DBU) that store the membranes during the concentration and separation of the hydrogen gas. DBUs can be used independently or fixed into an array to expand capacity. DBUs can be easily adapted to fit various equipment and existing infrastructure to accommodate gasses from biological and industrial byproducts, biomass gasification systems, natural gas pipelines, Fuel Cell Vehicle filling stations, and hydrogen-powered home and office buildings.
H24US' membranes do not contain any expensive precious metals making them very affordable at a small fraction of the cost of existing competitor membranes.
Beyond the DBU and membrane technology, H24US plans to develop a hydrogen storage technology similar to that of Hydrostikpro which safely stores hydrogen by binding the hydrogen with a metal alloy to form a solid metal hydride making the hydrogen easily retrievable with less cost and less loss than battery storage.
H24US’ flexible, adaptable inexpensive equipment positions H24US as a future Hydrogen Industry leader to facilitate rapid mainstream adoption of hydrogen energy.