Learn About Our Hydrogen Monitors and Sensors
Sensors that deliver highly sensitive and rapid responses to the presence of hydrogen in ambient air, creating a new level of safety and protection in your work environment.
NTM Sensors combines materials science expertise with advanced electrochemistry to create specialty sensor products for superior monitoring and detection of hazardous gases in complex environments.
ABOUT NTM SENSORS
Through our extensive work in emerging technologies and environmental markets, we recognized a large deficiency in quality safety sensors and monitoring systems suited for these markets. The current systems were effective in detecting leaks and dangerous levels of various gases in the air, but any variety of gases could potentially set off the sensor.
We knew we couldn’t be the only ones disappointed in the gas sensing and monitoring solutions available. For such tailored markets, like the ones in which we work, you need tailored products. So, we resolved to create innovative and highly selective sensors designed specifically for the advanced technologies and environmental markets in which we were working.
In 2010, NTM Sensors was formed as a business unit of Nexceris to actuate our vision of providing specialized sensing systems for these neglected markets, and provide better sensing options to manufacturers. NTM Sensors leveraged its unique chemi-resistive sensing technology to launch its initial product – the NTM SenseH2® hydrogen sensor. It has since produced the NTM SenseH2-R® hydrogen sensor and has several more products in the works.
HYDROGEN SENSING FOR ALL YOUR NEEDS
Whether you need a sensor to incorporate into an existing system or need the whole system, we have it.
Our hydrogen alarm systems offer a complete solution for environments where hydrogen may be present. The systems are ideal for stationary applications such as room monitoring.
Do you need help determining the appropriate number of SenseH2 hydrogen sensors to safely cover all areas of your battery rooms from the possibility of