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Endo Gas Generator (Endothermic Gas Generator)

Endo Gas Generator (Endothermic Gas Generator)
Endo Gas Generator (Endothermic Gas Generator)
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Product Code : 01
Product Description
Precision engineered, designed and fabricated, our range of ENDO Gas Generators is suitable for producing endo gas by cracking LPG, Propane or Methane, which is used for controlling inert atmosphere or for carburizing. These generators are offered to our clients in the range of 1200 CFH to 7500 CFH and can be also installed at user’s site.Owing to our vast industry experience and enormous knowledge in this domain, we are highly involved in offering an optimal quality range of ENDO Gas Generators. For the manufacturing of these products, we are using finest quality raw materials in compliance with the industrial set norms and standards. It is because of their robust construction and high finish that these products are extensively demanded for offices and corporate houses.


  • Durable
  • Maintenance free
  • Stain proof


Endo Gas (endothermic gas) Generators Produce Endothermic Gas (mixer or CO, CO2, N2 and H2) by reaction of air and fuel nickel Catalysts at 1050°C temperature.

Endothermic Gas Generators Principle:

Endothermic Process requires external heat which is provided by electrical Heater of fuel burning around the retort. Retort is made of heat résistance alloy suitable for 1050°C temperature. Due to Cracking of fuel, some Carbon Deposit on Catalysts, which is burnt –off every 15 days running by regeneration process which regains Catalyst Activity?


The following fuels can be used in these Endothermic Gas Generators:

· Natural Gas




The Endo Gas Generators are used following Furnaces


· Gas Carburizing

· Carbon restoration in Steel

· Carbo-nitriding

· Hardening / Annealing

· High Temperature Brazing

· Sintering

· Reduction of metal oxide


10 Nm3/hr to 100 Nm3/hr

Dew point.

(-) 10°C to ( ) 10°C