Fuel for Thought
Hydrogen Monitors Receive UOP Approval
May 25 2012
Quantitech Limited is delighted to announce that H2scan (USA), the developer and manufacturer of hydrogen-specific detectors and monitors, has been added to Honeywell UOP’s Schedule A. This concludes seven years of testing and validation of H2scan’s technology at customer sites and pilot plants.
Quantitech's Keith Golding says "This is an exciting development because it will inevitably result in much wider deployment throughout the oil and gas sector, providing an effective lower cost alternative to Gas Chromatography and Mass Spectrometry.
"The main advantage of this technology is the ability to detect hydrogen against virtually any background gases without false readings or expensive support equipment, and at concentrations from 0.4% to 100% over a wide range of temperatures with almost no cross-sensitivity to other substances."
Hydrogen is also monitored in a wide variety of other industries – for health and safety, and process control applications including syngas production, lead acid battery monitoring, chlorine manufacture, nuclear power/waste, chrome plating, research, semiconductor and electronics manufacture, abatement exhausts, transformer oil, fuel cell technologies and hydrogen production.
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