Hydrogen testing protocols
- Dec 8, 2021 4:05 pm GMT
With the ascension of hydrogen as a focus area in future energy planning so does the need for developing testing protocols to assure its safe use in a multitude of products. However due to hydrogen’s tiny molecular size and chemical properties this presents obvious challenges.
I recently came across an interesting article in Valve Magazine about leak testing process valves to be used in hydrogen applications.
As written in the article "Since we are still near the embryonic stage of the venture, it is important that the end users, manufacturers and regulating agencies work together and get the details right. While testing procedures are not the center of the discussion, agreement on testing protocols could go a long way in ensuring the budding industry’s long and especially safe future".
I would appreciate connecting to and hearing from those working on testing protocols within their own functional products within the hydrogen economy.
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