H2scan Relocates to Larger Facility to Meet Increased Demand for its Industry-Leading Hydrogen Analyzers
Jan 10 2012
New facility means increased development, production & testing capabilities for H2scan and reduced lead times for customers & partners.
H2scan Corporation, provider of accurate, tolerant and affordable hydrogen leak detection and process gas measurement solutions for industrial markets, today announced that it has relocated its headquarters and operations to a larger facility within the Valencia area. The new building provides almost five times their old shop floor footprint enabling H2scan to scale up production to meet the increasing demand for their safety and process products. This
additional space also means increased product development and production capacity to rollout hydrogen monitor solutions for the transformer market.
“This move marks a major milestone for H2scan and validates the innovation and appeal of our hydrogen sensing
products. We’ve substantially upgraded our development, production, and testing capabilities allowing us to better
serve our customers and strategic partners,” said Dennis Reid, H2scan’s President & CEO. “Going forward, our
goals are to reduce shipment lead times, continue to focus on critical hydrogen-specific applications where demand
is strong, and more quickly and effectively integrate partner initiatives.”
The new Technology Center consolidates H2scan engineers, scientists, software developers, and management,
and the R&D/Engineering Lab provides a much larger functional and secure place to test and further develop the
Company’s patent-protected sensor technology. Additionally, the facility can expand as needed to support growing
manufacturing, warehousing, engineering, and administration departments.
Extending its footprint and capabilities even further, H2scan has also partnered with National Technical Systems
(NTS), a leading provider of engineering and testing services worldwide, to secure its own environmental testing lab
on NTA’s regulatory-compliant property in Santa Clarita (10 miles away). The lab enables H2scan technical
personnel to test analyzers, and pre-condition both process and transformer monitors in hazardous background
gases. This safe and secure facility will also help H2scan accelerate development and advancement of its sensors’
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