Chart is your ideal project partner to deliver hydrogen as a secure, clean, safe and affordable alternative to fossil fuels.
Because of its high diffusivity, extremely low density, wide flammability range and ultra-low temperature in liquid form, hydrogen presents a series of unique challenges for its safe and economical storage and distribution.
Through our deep cryogenic expertise and proven track record of delivering solutions for a huge range of liquefied gases, including hydrogen, Chart is uniquely positioned to address the hydrogen value chain.
Liquid hydrogen storage eliminates high pressure cylinders and tanks and is a more compact and energy dense solution than gaseous storage. Chart is the undisputed leader in cryogenic liquid hydrogen storage with > 800 tanks in hydrogen service around the world for aerospace, FCEV fuel stations, FC forklift fueling, liquefaction and many industrial applications.
Chart's liquid hydrogen trailers are designed specifically for transporting hydrogen over the road.
Our latest acquisition expands our trailer manufacturing and repair capacity through the addition of a fully equipped specialist faciity in Theodore, AL.
Flowcom® flow metering systems are proven to deliver significant benefits to fleet managers and driver-operators. Simple, convenient and safe to operate, our high precision meters, designed specifically for hydrogen service, include the following features:
Chart brazed aluminum heat exchangers are an essential part of the hydrogen liquefaction process.
All Chart's hydrogen products are supported with an extensive range of after-sales services including installation, commissioning, start-up, training, parts and servicing.
Proud to be working with our peers to deliver a clean energy future.
Hydrogen tanks built by Chart's VRV operation in Italy are an integral part of the on-site infrastructure to fuel vehicles equipped with hydrogen fuel cells.
This 120,000 liter cryogenic tank built at our Sri City facility is India's largest. It stores liquid hydrogen that is used as a propellant for satellite launch rockets at -253°C.
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