Weatherall will be Exhibiting at the Hydrogen Tech Expo at the Telford International Centre on March 31 2022.
We will be showing a range of Riken Keiki Hydrogen Gas detection and Analyser solutions including FSD-753 Hydrogen Sensor for Fuel Cell Applications, FI-900 Process Analyser for Hydrogen and OHC-800 OPT-Sonic Gas Calorimeter with Hydrogen Capability. In Addtion we will have portable and fixed gas detectors for Hydrogen in inert gas and for personal safety applications.
Come and see us on stand E2
Weatherall will be exhibiting a number of Exciting Riken products for Hydrogen Gas Monitoring including
OHC-800 Opt-Sonic Ultra fast responding Gas Calorimeter
FI-900 Optical Interferometric Gas Analyzer for Combustible Gases including Hydrogen
GD-A80N Combustible gas Detector head for Hydrogen in Air and Inert Atmospheres
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