Our latest blog post looks at the measurements needed for each stage and method of transporting and storing hydrogen.
Over 70 million tonnes of hydrogen are produced each year and this is set to grow as demand across the world rises. Not only is hydrogen used widely in manufacturing and chemical industries, but its use as a fuel is also driving demand from the automotive and power generation sectors too.
However, handling this amount of hydrogen can be problematic. Not only is it highly flammable, its small molecular size makes preventing leaks especially challenging. The precision measurements provided by the trusted Process Sensing Technologies’ brands ensure safety through early leak detection and also help operators maintain high levels of gas purity.
To find out more, read the full blog post.
Which measurements ensure safety and purity of hydrogen gas in storage and transport?