January 2021

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Innovations

H2scan has released its latest product in the HY-OPTIMA™ line of sensors.

Rhodes, Mike, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

Real-time hydrogen monitoring in synthesis gas applications H2scan has released its latest product in the HY-OPTIMA™ line of sensors. The HY-OPTIMA 2745 hydrogen-specific analyzer is designed to deliver real-time measurement of hydrogen levels in synthesis gas (syngas), with no cross sensitivity to high concentrations of carbon monoxide (CO). Increasing global energy demand has driven interest in syngas, which can be used as an alternative energy fuel. Syngas also provides a way to turn waste gases, such as carbon dioxide (CO2) produced by power plants or factories, into usable fuels. Syngas is composed of CO and hydrogen (H2), with CO2 sometimes also present. There are various methods

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