Tailored solutions for regulating mass flow and pressure have the potential to overcome obstacles within the hydrogen industry. From direct regulation of electrolysis and fuel cell system processes, to test benches for membrane and catalyst verification, Alicat offers countless flow and pressure solutions so you can focus on creating a more sustainable future.



Back pressure controllers with custom-sized valves and anti-corrosive build options ensure stability even in high humidity and temperature environments. Mass flow meters, equipped with totalizers, provide accurate monitoring of H2 and O2 flows. Coriolis mass flow technology guarantees precision measurement and control of DI water in low-flow rate scenarios.

Electrolysis Flow and Pressure Guide


CODA electrolysis test systems downstream diagram

Fuel Cells

Tailored solutions for precise regulation in fuel cell systems supports manufacturers in optimizing efficiency during testing and production. Alicat controllers, known for accuracy and scalability, address challenges across processes. Processes extends from leak checks and membrane permeability tests to the overall regulation of fuel cell systems, ensuring reliable performance and system integrity throughout the design and manufacturing process.
Fuel Cell Flow and Pressure Solutions

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CODA Coriolis mass flow controllers precisely control DI water or high pressure gases.

Hydrogen mass flow meters with integrated totalizers make monitoring easy, up to 10,000 SLPM.

Hydrogen mass flow controllers mimic fuel cell behaviors at full scale flow rates up to 10,000 SLPM with quick response and high accuracy.

Dual-valve pressure controllers reach setpoints in milliseconds and maintain control without continuous bleeding.

Key Industry Uses

Carbon capture research

Alicat instrumentation is used in research focused on emerging technologies in the carbon capture industry.

This research is exploring topics such as developing an ionic liquid membrane for carbon capture on in space and understanding the condensation of carbon dioxide on heat exchangers.

Detecting hydrogen leaks

Hydrogen is prone to leaking and can be difficult to detect, posing a safety hazard and leading to system inefficiency. Highly accurate Alicat devices are ideal for leak testing hydrogen systems.