Growing concerns over poor air quality and the government’s drive to reduce carbon emissions are leading to increased interest in Hydrogen fuel cell technology. Chemical energy in the Hydrogen is stored under high pressure and converted into electrical energy via an electrochemical process produced by the fuel cell.
Reducing the pressure from high pressure containers, typically 350bar (5,075psi) or 700bar (10,150psi), down to lower pressures to feed
the fuel cell requires a pressure regulator with a range of features that provide accurate and stable control under varying operating conditions.
Pressure Tech’s range of regulators cover various applications depending on factors such as flow rates to the fuel cells, and ultimately,
energy output requirements. The MF-101 and MF-230 provide stable outlet pressure under decaying supply conditions, ensuring maximum use of the stored Hydrogen.
Hydrogen Fuel Cell Flyer - click here to view
UK Hydrogen Fuel Cell Association - click here to view