The number of filling stations where hydrogen can be refuelled is growing. With the recent introduction of a hydrogen passenger car by Hyundai and Toyota, hydrogen is seen as the replacement for fossil fuels in passenger transport. The use of LNG (Liquefied Natural Gas) as a fuel has also gained a permanent place in the transport world. There, LNG is mainly used for heavy transport such as trucks and ships.
H2 and LNG Systems Require High Quality Insulation
The storage and handling (loading, unloading) of LNG and hydrogen are characterised by very low temperatures. It is essential that these cryogenic systems are provided with multi-layered insulation at critical points. These are specialist systems that must be vapour tight and non-combustible, possibly in combination with pressure resistance. Isolation Combinatie is specialised in the isolation of these cryogenic systems and is happy to share her knowledge with you through a new case study sheet "Cryogenic isolation for H2 and LNG systems at filling stations". Download the Case Study Sheet and read more about the savings, realisation and installation of the high quality cryogenic insulation systems.
Learn more about cryogenic isolation for filling stations, distribution and storage
Under menu item Products > Cold and Cryogenic Insulation you can read more about the IC solutions for cryogenic insulation of LNG, H2, O2 , N2 and CO2 tanks and systems. If you would like to have support for the engineering of your installation or if you have any questions about your specific situation, please contact the technicians of Isolatie Combinatie.