Hydrogen Supplier

We have knowledge of hydrogen (H2) as the lowest weight gas, and respect it for its very low ignition energy requirement and its invisible flame when burning in the open. With its low liquid density and a liquid temperature almost as high as helium, with suitable equipment it may be liquefied and moved great distances. Hydrogen holds significant promise as a potential clean energy source as its combustion doesn’t release carbon dioxide into the atmosphere.

Classically, creation of commercial hydrogen utilized electrolytic cells, producing high purity hydrogen and high purity oxygen. With the increasing cost of electricity, most hydrogen is now created by steam reformation of natural gas (conversion of methane to hydrogen and carbon monoxide) and where demand for basic chemicals requires, as a byproduct from chlorine and caustic soda manufacturing.

Most commercial hydrogen is produced and consumed in refinery operations to improve yields, changing aromatic hydrocarbons to aliphatic compounds that consequently perform as cleaner burning fuels.

High purity hydrogen is used in multiple applications covering many industries, including: Food, Chemical Synthesis, Metal Production and Fabrication, Pharmaceuticals, Aerospace, Electronics and, oddly enough, as a purging cooling agent in electric power generation.

PurityPlus purities reach Ultra Carrier and Research Grades with minimum purities of 99.9995 and 99.9999% respectively, as well as the more familiar Ultra High Purity at 99.999% pure. These products are most commonly used in gas chromatography, both as a carrier gas and a flame support gas for flame ionization (FID) and flame photometric (FPD) detectors commonly used for hydrocarbon and sulfur analysis.

Learn more about how hydrogen experts at Arc3 Gases can supply your company’s specialized needs. Call us at (910) 892-4016 or contact us online for more information.