Our Electrochemical Workstations ZENNIUM X / ZENNIUM Pro / ZENNIUM  base on an universal and modular data acquisition system. Together with the THALES software package we offer all standard electrochemical methods at a mouse click.



CIMPS is an universal photo- and spectro-electrochemical workstation for a wide field of applications. You can easily extend the basic CIMPS system with various options for special fields of photo-electrochemical research.


Energy Storage & Conversion

Our power potentiostats, electronic loads and multi-channels acquisition systems provide a smart system for research and investigation on batteries, fuel cells and super caps.



Electrochemical noise has become popular as a new method of corrosion detection and prevention. ZAHNER has developed the CorrElNoise® technique, the first method to obtain both, potential noise and current noise from one electrochemical source.


Solar Fuel and Photosynthesis

Solar induced hydrogen production, water splitting, artifical photosynthesis: solar fuels as the next generation energy supply.

The photocatalytic splitting of water is crucial to the future of the environmental friendly production of hydrogen. This will make the hydrogen based economy a source of emission free and cheap energy.

Researchers all over the world are searching for suitable materials, which show a strong catalytic effect of producing hydrogen out of water or smiliar compunds by using the power of the sun. On the other hand, great efforts have been done in investigating and understanding the science of fuel cells and hydrogen engines, which are capable of using efficiently the power of this small molecule.

Establishing a completely closed and fully reliable hydrogen circle without using fossil fuels or nuclear power plants as energy supplies for H2 production is a goal which can enormously change our energy consumption. 

ZAHNER areas of application

  • Solar fuels
  • Fuel cells
  • Artificial photosynthesis
  • Hydrogen (H2) production
  • Water splitting
  • Photocatalysis

ZAHNER methods of choice

  • Electrochemical impedance spectroscopy (EIS)
  • Cyclic voltammetry
  • I/E curve
  • Intensity modulated photocurrent spectroscopy
  • Chronopotentiometry
  • AM 1.5 solar simulator