Hydrogen Penetration Monitoring

 

Hydrogen Penetration Monitoring

 

In acidic process environments, hydrogen is a by-product of the corrosion reaction. Hydrogen generated in such a reaction can be absorbed by steel particularly when traces of sulphide or cyanide are present. This may lead to hydrogen induced failure by one or more of several mechanisms. The concept of hydrogen probes is to detect the amount of hydrogen permeating through the steel by mechanical or electrochemical measurement and to use this as a qualitative indication of corrosion rate.

 

Hydrogen monitoring

 
Hydrogen Probe

Hydrogen Penetration Monitoring System

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