With more than 30 years of experience in its field, Germany-based Wystrach has built a strong portfolio of projects and collaborations.
Earlier this year, the manufacturer of storage and transportation solutions for hydrogen and other gases announced it had been chosen by rail transport company Alstom to provide its tank systems for the world’s first hydrogen-powered train, the Coradia iLint, marking a major milestone for both the companies and the hydrogen economy.
Wystrach’s CEO Wolfgang Wolter highlighted to H2 View that usually projects much like the hydrogen train pose challenges with the availability of space in the tank systems, but the company prides itself in its flexible compatibility with technology, meaning it can integrate cylinders from any manufacturer and find the best solution for the available space.
For the project, Wystrach supplied two fuel tank compositions, each consisting of four modules plus a control system, which were specifically developed for installation on the roof of the trains.
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