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ESRIG is the proud owner of the only existing Gas Chromotograph in the Netherlands

12 January 2023
Gas Chromotograph

ESRIG is since a couple of weeks the proud owner of the only existing Gas Chromotograph (GC) in the Netherlands. We are going to position this device in the Lutjewad station in the northern part of the Netherlands. The main purpose of the Gas Chromotograph is to measure the Hydrogen concentration in the atmosphere right now - the baseline -, and during the development of the future Hydrogen Economy.

Hydrogen is an energy carrier. The production of Hydrogen is the process of the electrolysis of water.

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