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Air Products expands its capabilities

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Hydrocarbon Engineering,

Air Products has expanded the capabilities of its patented Mobile Cryogenic Hydrogen Compressor (CHC) system in response to customers' needs for urgent and cyclical gas supply. The improved CHC system can not only connect directly to a customer's house-line to supply gaseous hydrogen to its operation, but can also serve as a mobile transfill system by filling gas tube trailers at a customer's site.

The versatile Mobile CHC – part of the company's Air Products Express Services (APEX), which provides safe, reliable and fast temporary gas supply – offers higher pressure and flow capabilities than other systems that are available in the market today. The Mobile CHC also provides significant operational efficiencies, including improved site safety management, use of existing infrastructure and utilities, zero capital investment, lower distribution costs, and increased reliability of supply.

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