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Ion Science has introduced the Hydrosteel 7000 transportable light (TL), a lightweight corrosion monitor for the non-intrusive measurement of hydrogen flux.

The Hydrosteel 7000 TL is a standalone battery-operated kit that weighs 8kg, 15lb.

The instrument has been designed for easy installation at the top of tall refinery towers and columns.

Ion Science said a benefit of Hydrosteel 7000 TL is its ability to continuously monitor active corrosion and hydrogen risk damage, non-intrusively.

This is said to be particularly useful for sour, HF and high-temperature corrosion events that occur over timescales of days, weeks and months.

Most non-intrusive monitors depend upon measuring difference in metal thickness over time.

This prevents the measurement being identified by a corrosion cause.

As flux responds to hour-by-hour changes in corrosion, Hydrosteel 7000 TL can be used to identify what process parameters cause changes in corrosivity.

Hydrosteel 7000 TL is said to be highly accurate and provides sensitive and precise hydrogen flux measurements.

Hydrosteel 7000 TL monitors continuously, without any human intervention, and responds to corrosion changes within minutes.

Ion Science said the instrument provides customers with an advantage by not relying on an explosion-proof box to confer safe use in intrinsic areas and by requiring no bespoke probe fittings.

Developed for the continuous monitoring of hydrogen activity, Hydrosteel 7000 TL is used within critical refinery sites suffering from sour corrosion and risk of hydrogen damage.

Target industries for Hydrosteel 7000 TL include refineries, gas plants, gas oil separation plants and chemical industries using petrochemicals containing sour gas, and ammonia production.

Hydrosteel 7000 enables hydrogen flux measurements

Ion Science has introduced the Hydrosteel 7000 transportable light (TL), a lightweight corrosion monitor for the non-intrusive measurement of hydrogen flux.

The Hydrosteel 7000 TL is a standalone battery-operated kit that weighs 8kg, 15lb.

The instrument has been designed for easy installation at the top of tall refinery towers and columns.

Ion Science said a benefit of Hydrosteel 7000 TL is its ability to continuously monitor active corrosion and hydrogen risk damage, non-intrusively.

This is said to be particularly useful for sour, HF and high-temperature corrosion events that occur over timescales of days, weeks and months.

Most non-intrusive monitors depend upon measuring difference in metal thickness over time.

This prevents the measurement being identified by a corrosion cause.

As flux responds to hour-by-hour changes in corrosion, Hydrosteel 7000 TL can be used to identify what process parameters cause changes in corrosivity.

Hydrosteel 7000 TL is said to be highly accurate and provides sensitive and precise hydrogen flux measurements.

Hydrosteel 7000 TL monitors continuously, without any human intervention, and responds to corrosion changes within minutes.

Ion Science said the instrument provides customers with an advantage by not relying on an explosion-proof box to confer safe use in intrinsic areas and by requiring no bespoke probe fittings.

Developed for the continuous monitoring of hydrogen activity, Hydrosteel 7000 TL is used within critical refinery sites suffering from sour corrosion and risk of hydrogen damage.

Target industries for Hydrosteel 7000 TL include refineries, gas plants, gas oil separation plants and chemical industries using petrochemicals containing sour gas, and ammonia production.

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