Enabling safety, reliability, and range for hydrogen vehicles and infrastructure

The need for sustainability is driving innovation throughout the transportation market, and hydrogen fuel cell vehicles represent one of the more promising alternative fuel technologies gaining traction today.

In hydrogen applications, safety, reliability, and range are top priorities for both vehicle OEMs and end users. On-vehicle systems and refueling infrastructure require high-integrity system components to contain high-pressure and small-molecule gases. OEMs must be concerned with specifying systems featuring high-performance componentry – including valves, fittings, and other parts that make critical connections – specifically engineered for the toughest challenges in the alternative and specialty fuels markets.

This article will detail some of the inherent challenges of hydrogen on-vehicle systems and infrastructure applications and how OEMs can help ensure safety, reliability, and range by selecting optimized critical components throughout hydrogen systems.

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