H2scan Extends Contaminant Potential of its HY-OPTIMA™ Hydrogen Analyzer Product Line With Affordable New Models
Product News Aug 24, 2011
H2scan Corporation, has announced the official launch of two new HY-OPTIMA™ hydrogen analyzer models designed for implementation in highly contaminated environments.
This builds on the Company's December announcement of their HY-OPTIMA 2700 In-Line Process Hydrogen Monitor, H2scan's most robust analyzer to date.
"We're proud to officially offer all of our customers more choices for measuring hydrogen in the presence of high-percentage contaminants such as Hydrogen Sulphide (H2S) and Carbon Monoxide (CO) - now with increased contaminant potential and at an affordable price point," said Dennis Reid, H2scan's President & CEO.
Reid continued, "The 740 is suitable for process applications not requiring explosion-proof certification, and the 1740 is IS-rated and perfect for hazardous locations. Both are especially ideal for refinery applications that require H2S and CO tolerance."
The new HY-OPTIMA 740 and 1740 analyzers support tolerance of 10% H2S and 20% CO environments and uniquely offer real-time indication, accurate hydrogen indication within multi-component and varying-component gas compositions, and do not require a reference gas.
To date, they have purposely been in use by limited industrial customers but are now commercially available to all.
"We've used H2scan's analyzers for over a year in challenging, contaminated settings and are extremely happy with their performance. Their expansion of their HY-OPTIMA line is extremely beneficial to the process, refinery, and petrochemical industries," said Steve Bernardin, Analyzer Engineer at BP Cherry Point.