UK-based Rhino Doors has developed a new range of ultra-fast explosion relief (UFER) products to reduce the explosion risk at refuelling stations, as part of an effort to push forward the hydrogen economy.
With 1.2m hydrogen fuel cell vehicles expected to be on the road worldwide by 2030, fuel retailers are facing increasing consumer and commercial demand to provide more hydrogen, and in a safe way.
In a statement, Rhino Doors said the new UFER products have been developed to meet the needs of the new ISO 19880 standard and will be available on the market in 2021.
Stuart Lawrence, Rhino Doors’ Managing Director, commented, “Personnel at Rhino Doors have been at the forefront of explosion relief protection for the Oil & Gas industry for many years.”
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