Learn how a small plastic part led to big problems in the oxygen industry.
Take a look behind the scenes at a 2021 full of change and growth.
To meet a rising need in industry, WHA International has improved upon an in-depth Hydrogen Combustion Risk Analysis (HCRA) method.
Over 30+ years of investigating oxygen fires at WHA International, Inc., we have documented hundreds of incidents and related fire-damaged artifacts.
To get ready for our upcoming hydrogen safety training event, we spoke with one of our course instructors and resident hydrogen experts.
Dr. Harold Beeson and Joe Whitehead a receive NASA Space Flight Awareness Team Award for their work with titanium-nitrogen tetroxide (Ti-NTO) compatibility.
WHA Engineer Nic Linley explains the risks and paths to compliance for medical electrical equipment that handles oxygen.
WHA personnel celebrate new milestones in a long history of collaboration with standards organization ASTM International.
Hydrogen risk assessment methods continue to evolve in response to the fast-growing commercial hydrogen economy.
In a new test based on ASTM G124, engineers use a tapered metal sample to explore oxygen flammability based on “extinguishment diameter.”