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New Hydrogen Sensor from NTM Sensors

NTM Sensors, a newly created division of NexTech Materials, Ltd., is pleased to announce a new hydrogen sensor, SenseH2™. With the tag line "We sense a GREEN future" NTM Sensors intends to introduce several new products aimed at reduction of greenhouse gas and polluting emissions.

NTM Sensors will make its debut at the Fuel Cell Expo in Japan on March 3rd where it will be accepting orders for the SenseH2™ products. Dr. Lora Thrun, Director of Commercialization, recently commented that "… this innovative product represents a significant leap forward in hydrogen sensing technology, and we are looking forward to its imminent release and commercial success."

Our first commercialized volume product, the SenseH2™ , has been extensively beta tested for PEM fuel cell related applications, including forklift trucks, back-up power systems and electrolyzers. The sensor is a turn-key solution for many applications. It includes a patent pending chemi-resistive sensor element, electronic controls, and an electronic signal output that is calibrated to measure hydrogen content in air, by providing a voltage output corresponding to 0 to 100% of the lower flammability limit (LFL). It offers a unique combination of features: high selectivity to hydrogen over other combustible gases and VOCs, rapid response and recovery, insensitivity to humidity, and linear and repeatable output corresponding to a broad range of hydrogen concentrations.

NTM Sensor products are available directly through and through NexTech's sales distribution network. NexTech currently has distributors in South Korea, Japan, Taiwan, and Europe and is continuing to expand its distribution network throughout the world.


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