CIRCOR Highlights Pumps and Valves for the Hydrogen Economy

CIRCOR Highlights Pumps and Valves for the Hydrogen Economy
CIRCOR International, Inc., a leading manufacturer and marketer of differentiated technology products and sub-systems, highlights its broad range of pumps and valves product technologies for the hydrogen economy.

High pressure valve technologies, control valves, and pumps from CIRCOR are all made for use in the hydrogen economy. CIRCOR’s primary isolation valves, certified in accordance with the European Transportable Pressure Equipment Directive 2010/35/EU / UKCA, are utilized in the transportation of compressed hydrogen on tank solutions and refuellers throughout Europe and beyond at pressures up to 700 barg.  Other high pressure valve technologies such as pressure regulators, slam shut valves, residual pressure valves, and filters are used to control the delivery of high-pressure gas to end user applications.    Control valves can be used in the storage and release processes of liquid organic hydrogen carriers (LOHC). Centrifugal, side-channel, 3-screw and twin-screw pumps can all be used in the synthesis of e-fuels and e-chemicals.

“CIRCOR supplies tailored solutions to solve fluid and gas handling challenges in the new hydrogen economy. We keep society safe, productive, and moving and are committed to a more sustainable future, said Jason Fenn, Managing Director, CIRCOR Aerospace & Defense – Europe. “As part of our commitment, the Hydrogen Economy is an important focus area for us, and we have a growing portfolio of products and solutions dedicated to Hydrogen. We look forward to working with our customers to solve the biggest transportation and infrastructure challenges in this space.”

Pumps and valves from CIRCOR are offered under the trusted brands Hale Hamilton, Allweiler, RTK, Schroedahl, & Aerodyne Controls. Standard and custom engineered fluid- and gas-handling solutions from CIRCOR support a wide range of mission critical applications and are essential for the reliable and safe operation of all types of industrial hydrogen systems.

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