Taking a virtual stand!

Parker Hannifin to showcase H2 solutions at on-line workshop

The Hydrogen Online Workshop, which takes place on 25 March, is a 24-hour event, involving more than 15,000 professionals from the H2 community worldwide.

Motion and control technologies company Parker Hannifin will present a range of hydrogen technologies from its virtual stand, with a strong focus on assisting system designs for emission reductions.

Products on display will include hydrogen hose, valves, sealing solutions, filtration, water desalination products and EC79-approved fittings.

Major surge

“Hydrogen is seeing a major surge in popularity, given its potential to help businesses reduce emissions,” says Robert Airey, Parker UK applications & product business development manager. “But designing projects can be a challenge, as there are specific intricacies to consider with hydrogen – such as knowing how to handle freezing vent lines or converting prototype designs into smaller commercial footprints.”

Parker has been involved in hydrogen applications for many years, he points out. “This experience, and the company’s breadth of technological capability, makes us well placed to support engineers working on new H2 applications and developing partnerships.

"We are familiar with applications from different industries and how potential knowledge transfer opportunities can potentially help speed routes to market.”

More details about the on-line workshop here

 

The Hydrogen Online Workshop takes place on 25 March.
The Hydrogen Online Workshop takes place on 25 March.

Parker Hannifin

Tachbrook Park Drive
Tachbrook Park
Warwick
CV34 6TU
UNITED KINGDOM

+44 (0)1926 317878

parker.uk@parker.com

www.parker.com/uk

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