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Detecting Hydrogen Gas
07-17-2012, 09:13 AM
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Detecting Hydrogen Gas
Question: "I have a discussion with a customer who is seeking for a camera to detect hydrogen leakage in an insulated pipeline which is exiting an oven. [font=Calibri,sans-serif]Can you help me as to indicate the correct camera type and conditions to perform the detection?[/font]"
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07-17-2012, 09:14 AM
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ITC RE: Detecting Hydrogen Gas
Hydrogen cannot be detected directly as it has no infrared signature. We can only detect it if it is changing the temperature of some other surface by convection, or if it is burning, by detection of water vapor produced.
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