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H2scan is proud to introduce the HY-OPTIMA 2710, a new hydrogen analyzer specifically designed to provide high accuracy measurements at low hydrogen concentrations

  

 

H2scan is proud to introduce the HY-OPTIMA™ 2710, a new hydrogen analyzer specifically designed to provide high accuracy measurements at low hydrogen concentrations (0.05% H2 to 20% H2). The solid-state, nonconsumable sensor used in the HY-OPTIMA™ 2710 analyzer provides a direct hydrogen measurement with more fidelity and stability than previous generations.

 

The HY-OPTIMA™ 2710 offers:

  • A hydrogen range: 0.05% to 20% hydrogen by volume at 1.0 atm
  • CO tolerance: 100 ppm 
  • H2S tolerance: 20 ppm
  • Data sheet – is available by clicking here

We listened to our customers and went back to the drawing board to design a sensor that is more resistant to drift, more accurate and more stable. Specifically, we optimized the Palladium:Nickel sensor composition, the proprietary protective coatings and the conditioning procedures to arrive at the sensor used in the 2710. One real limitation of this new sensor is the upper exposure limit, which is 20% hydrogen at 1 atm (X% * Pressure (atm) = 20%).

We are receiving a lot of interest for the HY-OPTIMA™ 2710 to measure hydrogen in applications not possible before. Initial target applications include:

  • Hydrogen measurement in natural gas or biogas
  • Hydrogen measurement in polymerization (HDPE, LDPE)
  • Hydrogen measurement during chemical reactions or production
  • Hydrogen measurement in O2 background (anode side of electrolyzer)

The HY-OPTIMA™ 2700 series products are explosion proof and are certified for UL Class1, Div1 and ATEX hazardous areas.

For further information on the HY-OPTIMA™ 2710 or any H2scan analyzers, please contact us.

 
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