Because of its buoyancy, hydrogen can quickly accumulate within the ventilation of reducing atmosphere furnaces, gas testing equipment, and other laboratory environments that use hydrogen, which can create flammable conditions in localized areas.
The versatility of the NTM SenseH2® allows for monitoring of the hydrogen concentration in air. The small size of the sensors allows them to be strategically located in high risk areas.
Additionally, the NTM SenseH2 Alarm System provides two solid state relays that can be connected to a ventilation system to activate blowers or dampers in response to hydrogen detection. Visual and audible alarms provide further indicators to ensure a safe working environment.