H2 Hydrogen Gas Leakage Detection
Hydrogen is a versatile clean energy carrier that offers the global economy the flexibility to rapidly decarbonize existing industries as well as the scalability to transition to new energy pathways.
Hydrogen is a versatile clean energy carrier that offers the global economy the flexibility to rapidly decarbonize existing industries as well as the scalability to transition to new energy pathways. These properties make hydrogen a critical option for reaching economy wide net- zero emissions. While hydrogen is used mostly in the petrochemical and fertilizer industries, there is growing investment and policy activity in several regions—including the United States, Canada, the European Union, the U.K., Japan, and China—to expand clean hydrogen production and end use. These countries represent over half of the global hydrogen market today and have policy targets for up to 40 million metric tons per year (Mt/yr) of clean hydrogen production by 2030.（Source EFI Foundation）
（Source EFI Foundation）
In the emerging hydrogen economy, the production, storage and transportation of hydrogen have safety risks, often accompanied by dangers such as flammability, explosion, high pressure, low temperature, and hydrogen embrittlement. Therefore, the development of hydrogen energy requires great attention to hydrogen safety. The hydrogen leakage detection is regulated in the requirements of hydrogen systems in many countries including China.
Winsen has developed series of H2 sensors based on detection principles of catalytic combustion, electrochemical,semiconductor-MOS, and MEMS for multiple applications: hydrogen powered vehicles, hydrogen power energy storage station, hydrogen fuel cell battery, hydrogen production-transportation-storage.
Hydrogen Sensing Solutions from Winsen
- MOS-Semiconductor H2 Gas Sensor
- MEMS H2 Gas Sensor
- Catalytic H2 Gas Sensor
- Electrochemical H2 Gas Sensor