Hydrogen as a gas is valued for its reactive and protective properties. Many industries such as electronics, foods, glass, chemicals, refining and more can benefit from its unique properties to improve quality, optimize performance and reduce costs.
Colorless and highly flammable.
High Purity Grade ≥ 99.999%
Ultra-High Purity ≥ 99.9995% to ≥ 99.9999%
Delivery and Supply
Compressed in-cylinder capacities 1m3 to 10m3
In Refineries, Glass Manufacturing, Metal Production, Chemical Production.
Pure Hydrogen is used for the production of plastics, polyester, and nylon. H2 Gas is also used for the Hydrogenation of amines and fatty acids (Food Oils).
Oil refineries use hydrogen to make lower sulfur, cleaner-burning transportation fuels. The average barrel of processed crude oil has become heavier (a higher carbon-to-hydrogen ratio) and sourer sulfur (more sulfur). Through a chemical reaction, hydrogen lightens heavier crude and enables the removal of sulfur. This allows oil refineries to produce higher value product mixes, such as gasoline, and meet increasingly tighter low-sulfur fuel specifications globally.
Hydrogen Applications by Industry
o Fine/Specialty Chemicals
Electronics, Packaging, Assembly and Test
Printed Circuit Board Assembly and Test
Semiconductor/IC Test, Assembly & Packaging
SmartFuel® Hydrogen Energy
Hydrogen Fuel for Transportation
Oil Sands Production
Food / Beverage
Glass / Minerals
Non-Metallic Mineral Product Manufacturing
Processed Glass Products
Pharmaceuticals / Biotechnology
Material Safety Data Sheet
Refer to IOL Material Safety Data Sheet for further information on product handling, storage, and usage.