The EXA-based GD402/GED40 hydrogen purity monitor is a fast, accurate and reliable process gas measurement device that is unaffected by ambient temperature or vibration and does not require reference gases or a controlled temperature environment. It consists of a gas detector (GD40) and a signal converter (GD402) that fit directly into most generator stations. This monitor’s low maintenance design, self-diagnostic capabilities and easy to use programming provide a broad range of control options to meet the demanding environments of power producers.
The XMTC thermal conductivity transmitter is suitable for thermal conductivity analysis of hydrogen and other gases. It’s key features include stable glass-coated thermistors, single or dual gas push-button calibration, a PC interface package for digital output and is certified for use in hazardous areas.