Hydrogen is the lightest and most abundant element in the universe. In its fundamental form, it is the simplest of all elements, consisting of a single proton and a single electron. It serves as a building block for many things we interact with, consume, and utilize every day, such as water, gasoline, and plastics.
This guide will focus on the properties of hydrogen and how it affects the pressure instrumentation selected and used for these hazardous applications. We'll review:
- Properties of hydrogen in both gaseous and liquid form
- Safety challenges involved in working with hydrogen
- Industrial applications and processes involving hydrogen
- How to select the right instrumentation for your hydrogen service needs