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Hydrogen sensor BCP-H2 for in-situ measuring

The BCP-H2 series exceedingly robust and reasonably priced hydrogen sensors can be easily integrated directly into the gas lines.

For example, you can measure the H2-concentrations in waste gases from fermentations, independent of the gas flow with this hydrogen sensor. The thermal conductivity hydrogen sensor measures any concentration of hydrogen in the shake flask and the fermenter. Application areas are the chemical industry, biogas plants, agriculture and Life Sciences. It can also be used to monitor algal hydrogen production.

The reasonably priced H2 analyzer measures very stable and is highly reliable. Due to the thermal conductivity measuring principle of the BCP-H2 each sensor has a specific cross-sensitivity to other gases. The value of the deviation depends on the specifications of the used sensor and the gas mixture applied. In binary gas mixtures the BCP-H2 will work with the highest precision.


Additional gas coolers, pumps and valves are not needed to make the measurements. The H2 sensor measures at the point where things are happening. Fast and reliable measurement data without a lot of maintenance are the result. With the aid of standard interfaces (RS232, Ethernet, USB...) the hydrogen sensors can be connected to any process (PAT) control system.

Application areas: 

  • chemical industry
  • biogas production
  • agriculture
  • algal hydrogen production

Your advantages:

  • Reasonably priced
  • In-situ gas analysis
  • Low investment cost
  • Direct integration in gas pipes
  • No extra gas cooler
  • Installation of additional gas pipes is not necessary
  • Fast installation due to standard connection
  • Low maintenance costs
  • Long-term stable
  • Independent from gas flow
  • Factory calibration is made with certificated test gases
  • Concentration range up to 100 Vol.%

Data sheet H2 sensor BCP-H2

(PDF-File, 1,8 MB)