Hydrogen sensor platform – enables improved safety and process control
Our gas sensor platform for hydrogen offers the capability to operate in challenging environments and with superior performance. The sensor can be used for reliable hydrogen leak detection as well as a tool for accurate system diagnostics and real-time monitoring of processes involving hydrogen.
Reliable hydrogen monitoring
The technology consists of a Pd-based sensing element with optical read-out, which has been demonstrated to provide fast response with high selectivity for hydrogen. The sensing element does not require any particular background for operation, which means it can be used in air, inert atmosphere and even vacuum.
TechForH2 is a competence center for multidisciplinary hydrogen research with the overall aim of developing new technology in hydrogen propulsion for heavier vehicles as an important step in the transition to a fossil-free transport system. The center is financed with nearly SEK 54 million by the Swedish Energy Agency and has a total budget of SEK 161 million over the five year project.Learn more
Delivering the 3beLiEVe project spans over three and a half years and involves 21 partners. The project aims to develop the next generation LNMO-C/Si cells for automotive applications. Insplorion’s contribution is to equip the battery cells with battery sensors.Learn more
Insplorion leak sensor
detection even in challenging environments
Insplorion’s hydrogen leak detector can be used even in challenging environments where there is a need for fast and selective hydrogen detection. Its optical read-out makes it inherently safe for applications with spark-free requirements.
Insplorion process sensor
inline monitoring of hydrogen concentration levels
The Insplorion Process sensor can be installed directly inline enabling real-time and continuous monitoring of hydrogen concentration levels in different processes. By applying a protective surface film the NPS sensor can be stabilized by preventing the sensitive nanostructure from having direct contact with harsh environments.
Nano Plasmonic Sensing
Our sensors for hydrogen are built on a Pd alloy platform and functionalised to enable robust and accurate monitoring. The principle of operation is NanoPlasmonic Sensing (NPS), relying on an optical read-out of metal nanostructures.Learn more
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