GLSEQ introduces the

Hydrogen Oxygen Monitoring System (HOMS)

The first smart monitoring system in GLSEQ’s Intrinsically Smart – Severe Accident Instrumentation Line (IS-SAIL).

GLSEQ’s HOMS is a nuclear safety-related, direct-measurement system that detects and measures hydrogen, oxygen, temperature, and pressure continuously. GLSEQ’s HOMS is separate from the other plant safety equipment.

Hydrogen concentration sensing (%)

Ambient Temperature Celsius

Relative Humidity (%)

Radiation (MGy)

Adding a whole new level of safety for nuclear plants

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Real-time Intelligent Monitoring

GLSEQ’s HOMS is the first real-time monitoring system in GLSEQ’s Intrinsically Smart – Severe Accident Instrumentation Line (IS-SAIL) providing critical and accurate data in time for effective accident mitigation.

 

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Visibility When Needed

HOMS provides operators visibility into containment conditions prior to, during, and after a severe accident.

IEEE Std 497™-2016 Type F Qualified

GLSEQ’s HOMS is IEEE Std 497 Type F Instrumentation qualified so it is available and ready when it is needed.

HOMS is configured to be always on and supplying diverse information.

HOMS has the fewest prerequisites to measure Hydrogen.

The Challenge

Design a hydrogen monitoring system that is able to rapidly measure hydrogen concentration inside and outside containment in a wide range of temperatures and conditions for normal, Design Basis Event (DBE), and Severe Accident Service in nuclear safety applications.

The Solution

The GLSEQ Severe Accident Information System (SAIS) is a complete severe accident monitoring system for nuclear power safety applications. These monitors can locate and measure hydrogen, oxygen, carbon monoxide, temperature and pressure anywhere in containment and outside of containment.

GLSEQ Hydrogen Measurement Reading

5 Second Response Time

Competitor Hydrogen Measurement Reading

60 Minute Response Time

The choice is clear when response time matters

The GLSEQ SAIS is the complete severe accident monitoring system for nuclear power safety applications. Independent and diverse monitors locate and measure hydrogen, oxygen, carbon monoxide, temperature, pressure, and RH everywhere it’s needed.

GLSEQ Severe Accident Information System (SAIS)

Replaces combustible gas systems that are difficult to maintain.

Replaces combustible gas systems that have failed during severe accidents.

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