Hydrogen Leak Detection – The Adixen H2000 Hydrogen Leak Detector from John Morris Scientific

Background

John Morris Scientific supply and service the scientific instrument needs for the following industries:

        Life sciences

        Environmental

        Laboratory, Mining

        Food, Feed & Dairy

        Manufacturing Plants

        Petrochemistry

        Plant pathology

        General laboratory needs

Our customers range from small private companies to large government departments and private enterprises.

The H2000 Hydrogen Leak Detector

The new Hydrogen Leak Detector H2000 is a unique instrument for industrial leak detection and tightness control. It is extremely sensitive and can be used to find leaks as small as 5 x 10-7 mbar x l/s, comparable to leaks 1000 times smaller than detectable with a traditional soupy water or bubble tests.

Hydrogen Leak Detection

The inherent characteristics of Hydrogen enable fast, precise and safe leak location and qualification. Hydrogen leak detection is done with an extremely safe 5% Hydrogen in 95% Nitrogen gas mix. Because Hydrogen is quickly transported to the leaks and dissipates much faster than other gases it allows for much quicker testing and re-testing than other gases. Hydrogen is also a renewable gas, environmentally sound, certified as food additive and much cheaper than other gases for example Helium.

Hydrogen Leak Detection in Factory Environments

The Adixen Sensistor H2000 is small, robust and suitable for leak detection in tough factory environments. Leaks in wet objects can be detected when the probe is equipped with a protective cover. Background interference is minimised by the dynamic background compensation, with a useful auto-zero function.

Maintenance Free Operation

The Adixen Sensistor H2000 is based on modern microelectronics and because there is no expensive vacuum pump technology involved in the detection process the H2000 is virtually maintenance free.

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