Hydrogen makes up 98% of the known universe, and it is the third most abundant element on the earth’s surface. It is the lightest of all the gases and is a component of water, minerals and acids, and it makes up a fundamental part of all hydrocarbons and organic substances.


About Hydrogen

At atmospheric temperatures and pressures, hydrogen exists as a gas; however, it liquefies at -252.9°C (-423°F). Next to helium, it is the coldest known fluid.

Hydrogen 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, optimise performance and reduce costs. One such application has benefits in the refining industry. It lowers sulfur in fuels and the corresponding sulfur dioxide, enables catalytic converters to remove other pollutants from transportation fuels, helps conserve precious natural resources by enabling refiners to increase the amount of fuel that can be produced from every barrel of crude oil, and enables refiners to use all qualities of crude, regardless of how heavy or sour.

What Industries use Hydrogen

  • Electronics
  • Foods
  • Glass
  • Chemicals
  • Refining

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