Air Liquide has completed major renovations at its hydrogen refuelling station located in Zaventem, Belgium.
To meet customer needs the station has now been fitted with new filling curves, allowing the most recent hydrogen car to be filled in accordance with current regulations.
An infrared communication system has also been built into the fuel gun, so that the gas station can determine which vehicle is at the pump. The system communicates the contents of the tank, as well as the pressure and temperature in the tank.
“The cooling capacity of the gas station has also changed, explains Diederick Luijten, Vice-President Hydrogen Energy NWE & CIS Countries at Air Liquide.
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