HYTING unveils hydrogen-powered heating solution

HYTING has developed an air heating system that is capable of turning hydrogen and oxygen from air into heat.

Pending on patents, the company has “simplified the use of hydrogen by using flameless oxidation to generate heat.” Its catalytic process is safe, carbon-free, produces only water as a byproduct and is highly efficient.

The solution’s modular, scalable design is expected to be suitable for industrial, commercial and residential applications, with outputs ranging from 10-300kW. Hydrogen will be supplied at the same typical pressures of natural gas supplies, at around 1.5 bar, meaning costly and energy-intensive compression and storage isn’t used.

Prototypes are currently being tested, with first customer trials anticipated for the end of the year (2024) in Germany.

… to continue reading this article and more, please login, register for free, or consider subscribing to H2 View

Register today

Paywall Asset Header Graphic

You’ve reached your weekly limit to access free articles!

Want to keep reading?

Please register for free and create a profile to gain access to this full article and H2 View’s daily news.

For access to more content including our monthly digital magazines, subscriber-only features or columns and all our other H2 View archive, please consider subscribing.

Alternatively you can continue reading more articles as a guest on Thursday, 23rd May at 5:51AM

Please wait...