H2 Gas Monitoring
For research, production, logistics and mobility
There are numerous applications for hydrogen as the energy carrier of the future. Apart from its use in welding or as fuel for rockets, the focus is currently mainly on the automotive sector.
Hydrogen combustion engines or fuel cells are expected to replace fossil fuels in the foreseeable future. No local exhaust gases are produced when hydrogen is burned, only water.
H2 is a very reactive gas, which makes constant monitoring by a gas warning system throughout its life cycle absolutely essential. During research work, on test benches and during the production of the gas, leaks can occur at any time and cause catastrophic damage in case of ignition.
Warning systems must also be installed during transport and at filling stations to protect people and equipment from this highly flammable gas.
More information about safe H2 monitoring.