AS ISO 19880.8:2021 pdf download – Gaseous hydrogen — Fuelling stations Part 8: Fuel quality control

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AS ISO 19880.8:2021 pdf download – Gaseous hydrogen — Fuelling stations Part 8: Fuel quality control.
6  Quality control approaches 6.1  General There are two common methods to control the quality of hydrogen at a fuelling station, by spot sampling and continuous monitoring. These methods can be used individually or together to ensure hydrogen quality levels. 6.2  Sampling Spot sampling at a fuelling station involves capturing a measured amount for chemical analysis. Sampling is used to perform an accurate and comprehensive analysis of impurities which is done externally, typically at a laboratory. Since the sampling process involves drawing a sample of gas, it is typically done on a periodic basis and requires specialized sampling equipment and personnel to operate it. Sampling procedures shall conform to ISO 19880-1. The advantage of spot sampling is that a more detailed laboratory analysis can be conducted on the sample. The disadvantage of spot sampling is that it is not continuous and results in a detail analysis of a single point in time. 6.3  Monitoring A fuelling station can have real time monitoring of the hydrogen gas stream for one or more impurities on a continuous or semi-continuous basis. A critical impurity can be monitored to ensure it does not exceed a critical level, or monitoring of indicator species are used to alert of potential issues with the hydrogen production or purification process. Monitoring equipment is installed in line with the hydrogen gas stream and shall meet the process requirements of the fuelling station, as well as be calibrated on a periodic basis. Continuous monitoring compliments spot sampling by offsetting the disadvantages. 7  Potential sources of impurities For a given fuelling station, the contaminants listed in the hydrogen specification referred to in Clause 5 may or may not be potentially present. There are several parts of the supply chain where impurities can be introduced. The potential impurities in each step of the supply chain are described in Annex D.

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