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safety issue. Hydrogen gas sensors
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safety issue. Hydrogen gas sensors
I would like to find a cheap hydrogen gas sensor that I could have close to my generators under the hood that would inform me of any major hydrogen leak or break in the lines while driving. If such a device would warm me in the cab I could immediately cut power to the generator. Does anyone know where to get a cheap sensor system? I have looked at http://fuelcellsensor.com/
07-01-2008 05:35 PM
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RE: safety issue. Hydrogen gas sensors
No clue cheapfuel but I love the idea. I just wish I would of thought of it!! ;-) Please let me know what you find out. Thanks! John

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07-02-2008 12:57 PM
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If you watch the Hydrogen Fundamentals series on Utube, one shows how fast hydrogen dissipates in the air into uselessness...it's pretty immediate even in a still room. Another one of the long list of amazing characteristics of this gas.
07-02-2008 06:27 PM
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Hydrogen gas sensors are mainly used to detect hydrogen gas leakage. There are other more common gas sensors that identify hydrogen sulfide, combustibles, co, fresh air, and other smells as well.

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06-15-2012 07:23 AM
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