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HYDROGEN SAFETY: Best Practices for Securing Your Most Valuable Assets

Demand for increased generator rating, without increasing the physical size of the generator, has led to hydrogen being utilized as a cooling medium. The minimum size (megawatt output) of a generator to be considered for the use of hydrogen as a cooling medium will vary between manufacturers, but the fact that hydrogen has better heat transfer characteristics and is less dense (providing less windage losses) has made it a standard coolant for large turbo-generators.

This must-see webcast will discuss the pros and cons of using hydrogen, methods used to measure hydrogen gas purity and dew point, and issues to consider along with crucial best practices towards ensuring maximum hydrogen safety for the protection of your machines and plant personnel.

Please join us for this webcast sponsored by E/One Utility Systems. 

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