Articles & Whitepapers
As the problem of climate change becomes increasingly serious and the demand for clean energy continues to grow, hydrogen energy has become a high-profile energy option. As an efficient and clean energy source, hydrogen is being widely used in fuel cells, chemical industry, industrial production and other fields. However, to ensure the safe use and efficient utilization of hydrogen, trace gas ...
Introduction: Hydrogen (H2) is a highly flammable gas that poses a safety risk in many industries, including oil and gas. Accurate and reliable hydrogen detection is essential to prevent accidents ...
Single gas detectors provide an efficient way to monitor specific gases such as carbon monoxide, sulfur dioxide, hydrogen sulfide and oxygen without the need for extensive maintenance or calibration. These compact devices are particularly invaluable ...
Equipment & Solutions
OPSIS CEM systems measure multiple emissions or process gases in real time in situ. Using the DOAS (Differential Optical Absorption Spectroscopy) technique, the system is non-contact, with fast response.