H-Tec Tutorial Teacher Set


[T-103]

PVP: 999,95

If you want a more advanced or extensive set than the ones available in our Junior range, we recommend our new TUTORIAL Teacher set, which have been designed with classroom use in mind. The set feature modular components for flexibility as well as ease of set-up and use, and both allow experiments across the whole range of hydrogen applications, including automotive applications. The TUTORIAL Teacher sets include:

  • A specially-designed experiment binder with instructions and templates for each experiment, all printed on waterproof paper for use in the lab
  • Magnetic bases, allowing horizontal or vertical assembly
  • Redesigned gas storage tanks with a compact and easy-to-use design and easy-to-read measurement marks

H-TEC´S fuel cell textbook is included with each product. It contains information about the technology and instructions for a variety of experiments. The sets allow a large number of experiments. Run solar experiments to power the electrolyser and store the resulting hydrogen and oxygen gases. Then, use our PEM fuel cell to generate power in either H2/O2 or H2/Air mode, build a selfcontained solar-hydrogen-system, or fi ll up a hydrogen-powered model car at its own solar hydrogen station. The TUTORIAL Teacher Set also includes a Direct-Methanol Fuel Cell (DMFC), as well as our PEMFC Kit, which allows students to assemble and disassemble a working PEM fuel cell. Finally a holder set to present the components at a magnetic whiteboard.

Experiments possible with T103 – Tutorial Teacher Set

  • Assembling a fuel cell994e3d5445
  • Producing and storing hydrogen
  • Determining characteristic curve of solar panel
  • Hydrogen/oxygen or hydrogen/air operation
  • Determining characteristic curve of electrolyser
  • Determining electrolyser efficiency
  • Learning about Faraday’s laws
  • Determining characteristic curves of fuel cell
  • Determining fuel cell efficiency
  • Determining decomposition voltage of water
  • Building a model hydrogen car
  • Using methanol to generate electricity
  • Determining characteristic curves of DMFC