Hydrogen and fire safety: Detecting the most flammable element on earth
By itself, hydrogen is colorless, odorless, tasteless and non-toxic. But when even small amounts of this seemingly harmless substance mix with air, it morphs into a major fire hazard. Therefore, industries that use hydrogen require leading-edge flame and gas-leak detection technologies to ensure a safe environment for people and processes.
X3302 Multispectrum Infrared Hydrogen Flame Detector
The recently enhanced X3302 brings state-of-the-art flame detection to the difficult task of detecting invisible hydrogen flames in applications such as refineries, chemical loading, battery rooms, compressor areas, generators, refrigerants, gas plants.