UK-based Pressure Tech was set up 19 years ago by its current Managing Director, Steve Yorke-Robinson, meaning 2020 is a big year in prospect for the company as it celebrates not only 20 years of business but also settling into additional office space that it’s just completed.
It’s a journey that for the first 18 years has seen Pressure Tech primarily known for designing, manufacturing and supplying pressure regulators into the oil and gas market. Pressure Tech has also built its product portfolio in that time based upon the principles of quality, performance and reliability, with a precursor on keeping its prices competitive.
That product portfolio has taken on board a significant addition over the last two years, as the company has become a player in the growing hydrogen energy value chain – and sees itself expanding more and more in this business. So how does Pressure Tech relate to the hydrogen sector?
Bespoke pressure regulators are at the core of its offering to the hydrogen fuel cell market, particularly for arduous, high pressure hydrogen applications. Iulian Maciuca (pictured left), the company’s International Business Development Manager for the Hydrogen Fuel Cell Market, explains, “Whilst Pressure Tech’s association with the oil and gas market is still as strong as ever, over the past two years we have made big steps and investments in the H2FC market. We see this market as one with enormous opportunity!”
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