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Green H2 Systems enables the provision of green energy obtained from renewable resources – from the production, transport and storage of hydrogen to the contracting and engineering of commercial hydrogen refueling stations.
Expertise in plant engineering
In collaboration with partner companies and subcontractors, complete solutions are designed, constructed and commissioned.
Target-oriented project management is used to coordinate and assume responsibility for all interdisciplinary trades.
- Architecture, structural and construction planning
- Assistance with approval procedures (BimSch, Hazop study, TÜV, CE certification)
- Carrying out infrastructure and construction services
- H2 plant engineering, piping, assembly and electrification
- Automation up to IT connection
- Integration of all trades
- Turnkey cost and scheduling responsibility
Hydrogen filling stations
As part of a network, Maximator supplies all the core components of the refueling technology with high precision and reliability.
The basic components of a refueling system are: the supply unit (electrolysis, storage), a high-pressure compressor, high-pressure storage tanks, a refrigeration system, and the dispenser. The high-pressure compressor and storage tanks are housed in a container. The other plant components are designed as stand-alone units.
The dispenser, built in Maximator design, allows both vehicle types (car/truck) to be refueled within a very short time. It is equipped with a filling unit for cars (pressure range 700 bar) and a filling unit for trucks and buses (large volumes, pressure range 350 bar) for refueling in accordance with prevailing SAE standards.
Based on demand, H2 storage solutions for low, medium and high pressure requirements are engineered, delivered and installed in combination.
- Storage solutions from 50 to 1000 bar
- Cylinder rack storage
- Tubular storage tanks
- Mobile tubular bundle storage on trailer
- Trailer filling stations
- Stationary tanks
- All of which include filling and emptying units, safety and monitoring technology.