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Market launch of an autonomous and online based hydrogen sulfide (H2S) Analyzer for the implementation of IIoT - digitalization of the sewer system

Project description

Digital wastewater monitoring reduces hydrogen sulphide and the chemicals to treat it

Hydrogen sulphide is a highly toxic and smelly gas, often likened to rotten eggs, that is produced in sewage systems due to the decomposition of organic matter by anaerobic bacteria. It can be lethal to utility workers entering closed spaces and can also cause significant corrosion and loss of assets. The EU-funded H2S Analyzer project aims to bring its technology by the same name to market. Multiple analysers connected together will be able to support autonomous online and real-time detection of very small concentrations of hydrogen sulphide, ensuring that a minimal amount of chemicals are used to treat the water and keep it safe.

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Otto-eissfeld-strasse 8
06120 Halle
Activity type
Private for-profit entities (excluding Higher or Secondary Education Establishments)
EU contribution
€ 1 748 250