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The Benchmark of Excellence in Pressure Sensor Manufacturing

SUCO ESI North America Hall: A Stand: 510
The Benchmark of Excellence in Pressure Sensor Manufacturing
The rise of hydrogen as a clean, secure, and affordable energy source is revolutionizing numerous industries. At SUCO ESI North America, we understand the critical role of hydrogen sensors in this transformation. Let’s delve into the different types of hydrogen sensors, their applications, and the advanced technology that SUCO ESI brings to this vital field.

Understanding Hydrogen Pressure Sensors and Transducers
Hydrogen pressure sensors and transducers, although sometimes referred to differently, essentially serve the same purpose. These devices are crucial in monitoring and managing hydrogen pressure in various applications. Let’s explore their types and uses.

Industries Benefiting from Hydrogen Sensors
Oil & Gas: Transitioning to cleaner energy sources, the oil and gas industry increasingly relies on hydrogen sensors for efficient operations.
Hydrogen Storage and Refueling: Essential in ensuring safe storage and refueling practices.
Hydrogen Engines and Marine Propulsion: For monitoring hydrogen fuel in engines, especially in the burgeoning field of eco-friendly marine propulsion.
Hydrogen Fuel Cells: A key component in the operation and safety of fuel cells.
Industrial Applications: Broad usage across various industrial settings for monitoring and safety.

Types and Features of Hydrogen Sensors
General Industrial Sensors: Designed for a wide range of industrial applications.
High-Pressure Variants: Essential for environments where hydrogen is stored or used under high pressure.
High Accuracy Models: For applications requiring precise hydrogen measurement.
Digital Transducers: Offer digital readings and are often preferred for their accuracy and ease of integration with other systems.
Certified Models: Selected models come with ATEX and DNV-GL certifications, ensuring compliance with stringent safety standards.

The Innovation Behind Hydrogen Compatibility
Our commitment to providing environmentally friendly and versatile products is backed by rigorous testing based on ISO 11114-2:2017 and European Regulations EC 79/2009 and EU 406/2010. These tests assess the ’embrittlement index’ of materials in hydrogen-saturated environments, ensuring the longevity and safety of our sensors.

Advanced Materials and Technology
The heart of our hydrogen sensors is the cutting-edge Silicon on Sapphire (SOS) sensor technology, known for its exceptional performance and stability. Combined with a titanium alloy diaphragm and stainless steel housing, our sensors are built to withstand harsh environments while delivering accurate pressure measurements.

The Future of Hydrogen in Industry
With its potential to reduce CO2 emissions significantly, hydrogen is making inroads into various sectors. As industries evolve to embrace cleaner energy sources, the role of hydrogen sensors becomes increasingly pivotal.

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