H2SITE’s onboard ammonia cracking tech obatains AiP

An Approval in Principle (AiP) has been awarded to H2SITE’s ammonia-to-hydrogen onboard cracking technology by Lloyd’s Register (LR).

H2SITE’s containerised tech is used for onboard applications, either directly within an internal combustion engine (ICE) or cracked into hydrogen to produce a fuel cell-quality product.

During the AiP, the fundamental aspects of the design were evaluated in compliance with LR’s rules and regulations for the classification of ships using gases. A preliminary appraisal of rules was also taken, followed by a risk assessment to ensure the danger arising from ammonia and hydrogen is addressed according to LR’s certification.

H2 View understands the solution will be integrated with both propulsion systems and auxiliary power units to serve a range of vessels, from offshore platforms to tankers and gas carriers.

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