Green Hydrogen Analysis
With recent interest in the environment, carbon emissions, electric vehicles, heating our homes etc, there has been a massive surge in interest in hydrogen; this is because it can be used to power vehicles, generate electricity and provide power for industrial processes.
Green Hydrogen can be produced by the process of electrolysis of water using electricity to split water (H2O) into its individual components of Hydrogen (H2) and Oxygen (O2).
The Rapidox 7100 Multi-gas Analyser is a high-specification instrument designed for the continuous measurement, analysis, control and monitoring of Hydrogen production outputs. It allows the option of selecting multiple gas sensing configurations to suit this application.
Combining Thermal Conductivity Sensors to analyse the Hydrogen output with Electrochemical sensors to monitor the O2 produced, offering a complete solution to the monitoring of your process. These sensors range of measurement can be tailored to ensure you get the accurate readings you need.
Our Rapidox 7100 standard hydrogen production, via electrolysis, configuration will measure Hydrogen (H2) and Oxygen (O2). We can also include dewpoint analysis as an upgrade. This can be built as a 19” rack mountable unit or a free-standing bench top device. Rack mounting units can be incorporated into a 19” rack mount cabinet that can have ATEX rating suitable for the location.
Other options can include the Rapidox 5100 as a mobile analyser with full laboratory functionality and can therefore be moved as required for use at different locations around a site. We also have analysers which will solely measure your H2 output and display the other gases as a combined balance gas.
Cambridge Sensotec’s technical team has collaborated with multiple users to fine-tune the form and function of their analysers to suit user requirements and we continue to develop our products for industrial applications.
As a privately-owned company, staffed by highly skilled technologists, Cambridge Sensotec is perfectly placed to react to its customers specialised gas analysis requirements. Dynamic and flexible, the company can design and supply solutions to suit a variety of gas analysis applications.