Hydrogen, or H2, is one of the biggest alternative fuels and a huge emerging market. From fuel cells and heating to replacing the entire need for fossil fuels. In this article, we do not want to look at the feasibility of the current projects or provide our opinion on this transition. We would like to point out the dangers of this gas and the dangers present in the process, all from a gas detection point of view. Interested in advice regarding hydrogen detection? Please contact us!
As humans, we have always used our wits and intelligence to survive. This makes us stand out from other species but also gives us the ability to keep ourselves and others safe.
'After working for a leading pharmaceutical multinational in the production of vaccines for six years (based in the Walloon region), I was looking for a new challenge. Being sociable and empathetic by nature, I couldn't imagine my next job not having a Business to Business (B2B) aspect, focused on the well-being of the customer. Therefore, I was looking for a job that would allow me to combine the technical aspect with being a good salesman. I ended up in gas detection'
Workers in the food- and beverage industries are still at the highest risk of injuries because of Carbon Dioxide (CO2) exposure and CO2 leaks. Yet, CO2 continues to play a critical role in these industrial applications. Carbon Dioxide is used in a variety of industrial and commercial facilities, because the gas provides the sensational "effervescence" in so many metered beverages, such as soft drinks and beer.
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In this new blog, we discuss the trend of Hydrogen (H2) within the energy transition. What do you need to know as a service provider within the energy market when looking for gas detection? What effect does Hydrogen have on your current sensors or detection?