Australian Hydrogen Refuelling Station
Hydrogen refuelling stations (HRS) are composed of a basic dispensing unit plus a production unit, if the hydrogen is produced on site. It is very similar to a standard petrol fuel pump.
The basic unit includes a high-pressure storage system and
one or more dispensers. If the H2 is produced on site or is
delivered to the station at an intermediary pressure or in liquid
state, the basic unit also requires an intermediary storage
(based on gaseous or liquid hydrogen technology) and a
The fuelling nozzle is designed for the pressure of the hydrogen
fuel tank, i.e. 350 or 700 bar. The user interface contains various
displays showing pressure, fill level or measured quantity. Typically you would refuel heavy vehicles at 350 bar and lighter vehicles (cars) at 700 bar.
Hydrogen Dispensing/Refuelling options
In order to refuel vehicles, we would supply a single or double-hose hydrogen dispenser with mass flow meter, equipped with a WEH nozzle. The Dispenser will have a display with indication of the refuelled kg. and price.
Example of a single-hose Hydrogen Dispenser
Aa an alternative we could supply a “dispensing post”, i.e. a simple frame with flexible hoses and receptacle but without any kind of metering. This could be useful in case of slow refuelling during the night. It will be also possible to have a mass-flowmeter in the compressor’s container and record the gas supplied during the night.
Hydrogen Bus Refuelling
Hydrogen Refuelling Station – HRS