Detecting and Locating Hydrogen Leaks
Sep 15 2008
The sensor probe has a unique visual LED array that will effectively
help navigate to the source of a hydrogen leak where hydrogen gas
is produced, used, transported or stored. With two sensing elements
on the same semiconductor die, the HY-ALERTAâ¢ 500 can detect hydrogen leaks as small as 15ppm and will not saturate or be destroyed when detecting high concentrations of hydrogen up to 100%. The flexible cable allows the sensor probe access to virtually all potential leak sources. It has an operating time of 10 hours on a single charge and operating temperature range of 0Â°C to 45Â° C.
H2Scan`s hydrogen specific sensing systems based on a patented âchip on flexâ technology are able to detect and measure hydrogen without false readings or expensive support equipment.
The system allows for hydrogen measurement in air down to 15ppm
concentration over a wide range of temperatures without cross-sensitivities to other gases. The ability to operate with or without
the presence of oxygen with tolerance to CO, sulfur or chlorine
separates H2Scan Inc from all other hydrogen measuring technologies.
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