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Tag: Hydrogen cylinders

Hydrogen – Think out of the box

12 May, 2012

When it comes to Hydrogen, two things are foremost on decision maker’s and technical evaluators minds – Safety and Cost. We encourage you to think out of the box and allow us to demonstrate how with the Proton Hydrogen Generators, you can deliver Hydrogen to your process, literally, “Out of the Box”. About Proton OnSite,…

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Increasing Generator Efficiency And Capacity: A CASE STUDY by Proton OnSite

6 Dec, 2011

The purity of hydrogen used within electric power generators has a direct affect on cooling efficiency, windage friction losses, generating capacity and generator longevity. Hydrogen’s high thermal conductivity is the primary reason it is used as the cooling media in a generator instead of air. Hydrogen has a thermal conductivity of nearly seven times that…

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India suffers from expensive and inefficient Hydrogen facility planning of Thermal Power plants

22 Nov, 2011

Hydrogen, the lightest, highest energy content and most combustible gas must be treated with caution. Past 60 years, our engineers and plant owners have had to contend with old technology plants using corrosive Caustic lye, and for umpteen reasons, difficult to control for safety, plant engineering. With such profound and dangerous experience, with great aplomb,…

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How markets determine the price of Hydrogen

12 Aug, 2011

Hydrogen price to the customer is dependent on several factors such as demand and supply and also transportation cost. However, at a bare minimum, the fundamental cost of Hydrogen production is typically the largest contributor for determination of price to the customer. We look at these various elements in detail below. Equating with the price…

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Need to introduce high pressure bullet vessels for delivered Hydrogen

1 Aug, 2011

Hydrogen is the lightest element. Technically it is more challenging to liquefy in comparison to Nitrogen or Oxygen, though surely possible. We just cannot escape the fact that the gas transport vessel is much heavier than the gas per se, unless liquefied. The pressure determines the transport cost. The next cost determinant is volume of…

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Hydrogen cylinders and CCoE

11 Mar, 2011

The applicable rule for Receiving, Storing and Handling Hydrogen Gas cylinders in a “industrial premises” or “Gas Distribution premises” or any other type of premises, is guided by the regulations stated in The Petroleum and Explosives Safety Organisation (PESO) / Chief Controller of Explosives (CCoE) – “Gas Cylinder Rules – 2004“. We discuss and highlight…

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