Hydrogen Hazards: What You Need to Know e-book
Your guide to the hazards and safe operation of pressure and temperature instrumentation in hydrogen systems.
Sponsored by: Ashcroft

Hydrogen is one of the simplest and most abundant elements in the universe, but it is also one of the most difficult to work with. In its fundamental form, hydrogen consists of a single proton and a single electron, serving as a building block for many things we interact with, consume and use every day.

This guide will focus on the factors that make hydrogen dangerous and how they affect the pressure and temperature instrumentation that are used in hazardous applications. We'll review:

  • Properties of hydrogen in both gaseous and liquid form
  • The safety challenges of working with hydrogen
  • Industrial applications and processes involving hydrogen
  • How to select the right instrumentation for your hydrogen system needs

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