Key Technologies of Hydrogen Liquefaction and Future Mobility Propulsion by HogreenAir
A device that converts gaseous hydrogen into extremely low-temperature liquid form, used to enhance the efficiency of hydrogen storage and transportation.
HogreenAir sensors provide excellent performance with various functions and advantages. Hydrogen sensors detect hydrogen concentration in real-time, ensuring optimal efficiency.
A device used for storing or transporting hydrogen, which compresses hydrogen to the desired pressure. Hydrogen compressors play a crucial role in various applications, including hydrogen fuel cell vehicles, industrial applications, and energy storage systems.
Gaseous hydrogen uses composite-material high-pressure containers rated at 310 bar. Products with various capacities, such as 9.2L and 6.8L, are available. Containers made of carbon fiber or glass fiber contribute to lightweight design, providing efficiency and various advantages.
Liquefied hydrogen monitoring helps comprehensively assess the real-time status. This system detects and manages anomalies in all functions such as liquefied hydrogen production, storage, and transportation.
Liquid hydrogen is the form obtained by converting hydrogen into a liquid state at extremely low temperatures. Liquid hydrogen has diverse advantages and can be utilized in various fields.
Designed for multipurpose hydrogen charging and liquid hydrogen production, featuring a modular design that allows flexible expansion to accommodate various liquefaction capacities.
AI technology offers various functions and innovations, supporting the operation and performance optimization of the hydrogen liquefier while improving user convenience.