Hydrogen is most frequently produced for on-site usage by steam reforming of natural gas. Such plants may also be used as sources of hydrogen for the merchant market. Other sources are the chlor-alkali processes that electrolysis sodium chloride solution to produce chlorine, and various waste gas recovery plants, such as at oil refineries or steel plants (coke oven gas). Hydrogen is also produced by electrolysis of water.

At Speciality Gases we have Ultra High Purity Hydrogen Purification system and we are the first in the region to manufacture High Purity Hydrogen in Cylinders.

Application of Hydrogen In the Industries

  • An important addition to argon in a range of argon-hydrogen shielding gases for TIG and plasma welding.
  • Shielding gas mixtures are primarily used for welding austenitic stainless steels and some nickel alloys.
  • Can be used with argon in a range of gas mixtures for plasma-cutting primarily stainless steel and aluminium.
  • Used with oxygen for underwater flame-cutting. Deeper cutting requires increased pressure of fuel and oxygen.
  • Can be used as an alternative power source when used with a fuel cell to generate electricity.
  • In the glass industry, used to form the rim on glasses.

SPECIAL(XL) GRADE HYDROGEN

PURITY: 99.9995%

# IMPURITES PPM
1 OXYGEN 01
2 MOISTURE 01
3 HYDROGEN NIL
4 NITROGEN 03
5 CARBON MONOXIDE NIL
6 CARBON DIOXIDE NIL
7 TOTAL HYDROCARBONS 0.1
8 N – OXIDES NIL

HYDROGEN GRADE-I

PURITY: 99.9991%

# IMPURITES PPM
1 OXYGEN 02
2 MOISTURE 02
3 HYDROGEN NIL
4 NITROGEN 05
5 CARBON MONOXIDE NIL
6 CARBON DIOXIDE NIL
7 TOTAL HYDROCARBONS 0.3
8 N – OXIDES NIL

HYDROGEN GRADE-II

PURITY: 99.995%

# IMPURITES PPM
1 OXYGEN 04
2 MOISTURE 04
3 HYDROGEN NIL
4 NITROGEN 10
5 CARBON MONOXIDE NIL
6 CARBON DIOXIDE NIL
7 TOTAL HYDROCARBONS 1.2
8 N – OXIDES NIL