Leveraging Parker’s Expertise for Safe, Efficient, and Reliable Clean Energy Solutions.
As the demand for hydrogen increases, the clean tech industry faces challenges due to hydrogen's properties. Hydrogen is a small and highly flammable element, making it tough to control. Currently, helium is used for precise leak detection tests, showing the difficulties in making small tubing systems for hydrogen. Because hydrogen can catch fire easily, strict technical standards are essential to prevent leaks and accidents. Creating hydrogen systems for production, transport, storage, and distribution requires excellent designs, high-quality parts, and skilled installers to ensure safety and reliability. This is crucial not only in industries but also in public places like fuel stations. This guide covers many factors to ensure hydrogen system safety, reduce maintenance, and lower ownership costs.