The Hydrogen/Helium Debate – A Smarter Way to Reach the Air Up There

AZOM Article – Sponsored by Nel Hydrogen

Around the world weather balloons are launched daily to collect atmospheric data such as humidity, temperature, pressure, and wind speed and direction. With approximately 800 different locations in some of the most remote areas of the world, meteorological organizations conducting upper air observation rely on gases such as hydrogen and helium to elevate weather balloons so they can capture data.

Recently, there has been much debate regarding the type of gas that should be used and what to do so that the gas is readily available when required.

Read more.

Thanks for contacting us! We will get in touch with you shortly.

Request a quote

Submit

Thanks for contacting us! We will get in touch with you shortly.

Product inquiry

Submit

Thanks for contacting us! We will get in touch with you shortly.

Ask an Expert

Have a question about on-site gas generators for your lab? Ask the expert, and we’ll respond as soon as possible, usually within one business day.

Your contact information

Send my inquiry