H2Scan Raises $5.5M

Valencia-based H2scan, which develops hydrogen leak detection systems, looks to have raised $5.5M in a funding round, according to a regulatory filing from the firm. The filing says that the round first opened in April of 2011, and included 34 investors. Details on the new funding have not yet been announced by the company. H2Scan has previously raised capital from Chrysalix Energy, H5 Capital, Pasadena Angels, Ravinia Venture Fund, Tech Coast Angels, HGB Partners, and Tri-Strip Associates. H2Scan's sensors are used both for process analysis and the safety industry. The company recently moved to a larger facility in Valencia. More information »