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HY-ALERTA 2600 Explosion Proof Area Hydrogen Monitor

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HY-ALERTA™ Fixed Area Hydrogen Safety Monitors The H2scan HY-ALERTA™ fixed area monitors provide fast hydrogen-specific leak detection and safety monitoring from 0.4% to 5% hydrogen (10% to 125% of hydrogen’s lower explosive limit). No cross-sensitivity to other combustible gases prevents false alarms and improves reliability. Capable of operating with or without air/oxygen present. Applications Battery Rooms H2 monitoring during lead acid battery charging Hydrogen Cooled Generators and Turbines Leak detection during operation Control Rooms / Analyzer Buildings Detection of potentially flammable H2 buildup in occupied areas Industrial Gas Supply and Hydrogen Production Leak detection around H2 storage facilities and pipes Laboratories General hydrogen safety monitoring Furnaces and Manufacturing Area monitoring for unburnt hydrogen Alternative Energy Hydrogen refueling station safety monitoring Fuel cell and electrolyzer leak monitoring Other Applications General area monitoring wherever there is a risk of hydrogen accumulation Highly reliable Wide hydrogen-specific detection range Low life cycle cost Works in air, oxygen, or inert gas background Easy to install and operate Does not degrade over time Minimal maintenance required Non-consumable solid state technology No cross sensitivity to combustible gases Field-configurable settings Not vulnerable to poisoning like other detectors Will not saturate with exposure to hydrogen General Purpose Intrinsically Safe Explosion Proof HY-ALERTATM is a registered trademark of H2scan Specifications subject to change without notice Doc # 90000009 R3 ECO17-109

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The HY-ALERTA™ area monitor is a reliable, consistent hydrogen gas detector for industrial markets. H2scan uses a solid-state non-consumable sensor for direct hydrogen measurement in air or inert gases, with no cross sensitivity to other combustibles. How it Works A thin film palladium-nickel alloy absorbs and desorbs hydrogen as it comes in contact with the sensor. The palladium catalyzes the hydrogen molecule into atomic hydrogen, which gets absorbed into the metal lattice and changes the bulk resistivity. This change in resistance is calculated very accurately and reported in real time....

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