What Is the Effect of Hydrogen on a N...

What Is the Effect of Hydrogen on a Natural Gas Boiler?

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Since: Sep 11


#1 Oct 30, 2012
Hello Guys,

Natural gas boilers convert natural gas to heat energy. Adding hydrogen to natural gas can reduce the CO2 emissions and other pollutants boilers release into the atmosphere; however, in general, hydrogen interferes with the efficiency of the boiler because it converts to water vapor and hydrogen chloride upon combustion. I want some more view about the effect of hydrogen on a natural gas boiler. Any idea much appreciated.

Thanks a lot!
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