(HE) is the reduction in a material's ductility due to the absorbed hydrogen atoms, which can lead to failure of the material. Hydrogen atoms
are small and can permeate into the piping material
and lower the stress required for cracks to form. Prevention of HE is critical to ensure the safety and reliability of the hydrogen blending solution.
Pressure regulation is a critical aspect of hydrogen blending applications. Maintaining proper pressure levels in the blended hydrogen and natural gas network is crucial to prevent over-pressurization, which can lead to safety risks such as hydrogen embrittlement. To ensure safety and optimal system performance, it is important to use appropriate pressure regulators in the hydrogen blending process.
Fisher pressure regulators are highly accurate, stable, and reliable, offering precise pressure control, minimizing the need for onsite manual maintenance and reducing the risk of leaks. These regulators are designed to operate under the specific conditions required for hydrogen blending applications with a configuration that is specially designed to mitigate the risk of hydrogen embrittlement and leaks. By utilizing Fisher Pressure Regulators in hydrogen blending applications, operators can ensure optimal pressure regulation, minimize safety risks, and maintain the integrity of the blended gas network. Additionally, using the appropriate pressure regulators can help to ensure that the blended gas is delivered reliably and efficiently to end-users, contributing to overall system performance and efficiency.