Industry leading precision & speed: H2 in N2 50ppm at 30 ms response time
Survives water, measures accurately: No destruction on contact with water & reduced cross-sensitivity
Safe, low maintenance technology: TCD, no chemical, optical or moving parts
Versatile and cost-efficient: measurement from a few ppm to 100 vol% no sample preparation necessary
INNOVATION
in hydrogen measurement

 

Hydrogen Production

 

Fuel Cell Applications

 

Hydrogen in Natural Gas

 

Process Analysis

 

Customized Solutions

BREAKING NEWS

Hessen Champions

Archigas has received the “Hermes Startup Award”.
Federal Education Minister Bettina Stark-Watzinger presented the award at
HANNOVER MESSE.

TCD3000 Si

The compact and robust TCD3000 Si (Screw-In) transmitter is ideally suited for precise, fast, and sensitive measurement of (quasi-)binary gas mixtures. The measurement is based on the principle of thermal conductivity. This technology is ideal for measuring gases with significantly different thermal conductivities, such as H2 and O2.

 

Our Advantages:

 

  1. Revolutionary precision in hydrogen concentration measurement: Discover our gas measuring devices with industry-leading response time of 30 ms and a measurement range from a few ppm to 100 vol%, specially developed for the new requirements of the hydrogen infrastructure in the energy sector and process industry.

  2. Unrivalled robustness for demanding environments: Our devices resist condensate and water without damage, provide precise measurements up to a pressure of 700 bar, and are optimized for use in humid environments – ideal for electrolysers, fuel cells, and other hydrogen applications.

  3. Maximum safety, minimal maintenance: Increase your work safety with our fast and reliable explosion level monitoring. Our devices are a long-term investment with a lifespan of up to 10 years.

  4. Adaptability meets economy: Save costs and space with our versatile gas measuring devices that can measure a wide variety of gas mixtures without additional sample preparation. A cost-efficient solution that surpasses the competition in terms of price and performance.

The measurement of hydrogen concentration using thermal conductivity offers several advantages

  • Firstly, it enables a fast and accurate determination of hydrogen content in a medium. By utilizing thermal conductivity, precise measurements can be obtained without the need for complex and time-consuming sampling or chemical analyses.
  • Secondly, it enables a fast response time of 30 ms, allowing for nearly real-time monitoring. This enables quick detection of changes in hydrogen concentration and early identification of potential safety risks.
  • Thirdly, thermal conductivity measurement is a cost-effective solution. The required sensors and devices are typically affordable and easy to operate. Additionally, the method does not require expensive consumables or extensive maintenance.
  • Fourthly, thermal conductivity measurement provides a wide dynamic measurement range. It can detect hydrogen concentrations ranging from a few parts per million (ppm) to 100% volume percent (Vol%). This versatility allows for its application in a variety of scenarios, from monitoring hydrogen leaks in industrial facilities to accurately determining hydrogen concentration in fuel cells.
  • Finally, measuring hydrogen concentration through thermal conductivity allows for continuous monitoring. By employing automated systems, continuous measurements can be performed to capture real-time changes and detect potential safety risks early on.
  • Overall, the measurement of hydrogen concentration using thermal conductivity provides an efficient, accurate, and cost-effective method for monitoring hydrogen in various applications, including industry, energy systems, and environmental protection.

BINARY GASES WITH TCD

Hydrogen (H2)  in Oxygen (O2); Oxygen (O2) in Hydrogen (H2); Hydrogen (H2) in Nitrogen (N2); Hydrogen (H2) in Carbon dioxide (CO2);

QUASI-BINARY MIXTURES WITH TCD

Hydrogen (H2)  in Oxygen (O2) and Water (H2O) in liquid and gaseous form; Hydrogen (H2) in Air; Hydrogen (H2) in Natural Gas;

15. April 2024 |Wasserstoffwirtschaft nimmt Fahrt auf – Messeführer für die Hannover Messe 2024

Der Gasanalyse-Spezialist Archigas aus Rüsselsheim präsentiert eine neuartige Messtechnologie zur feuchtigkeitsunabhängigen H2-Detektion. Dazu hat das Unternehmen in gemeinsamer Entwicklungsarbeit mit der Hochschule Rhein-Main das Wärmeleitfähigkeitsmessprinzip technisch neu umgesetzt und mit Halbleitertechnologie kombiniert…

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15. April 2024 |Neue Wege für den Wirtschaftsstandort Rüsselsheim am Main: Stadt wirbt erstmals auf der Hannover Messe

Mit Industrieflächen und der Weiterentwicklung sowie geplanten Entstehung neuer Wirtschaftscluster, insbesondere rund um das Thema Wasserstoff, wird die Wirtschaftsförderung der Stadt Rüsselsheim am Main vom 22. bis 26. April auf der Hannover Messe für den Standort werben…

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20. March 2024 |Premiere of Archigas at the „Hydrogen + Fuel Cells Europe“

At „Hydrogen + Fuel Cells Europe“ as part of the Hannover Messe (April 22 to 26, 2024), the time has come: gas analysis specialist Archigas from Rüsselsheim will be presenting its new measurement technology for particularly fast, precise, stable and even moisture-independent H2 detection to the general public for the first time…

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