This unit incorporates a nozzle, filling hose, and display and control buttons.
The hydrogen fuel dispenser is similar to a diesel or petrol pump. It locks into place on the car and takes about three to five minutes o fill the tank with hydrogen.
Hydrogen storage tanks
The hydrogen storage tanks in the Seafuel hydrogen production and refuelling station are capable of storing up to around 30kg of hydrogen at 500bar. They store the hydrogen that has been produced by the electrolyser and then compressed by the hydrogen booster.
These hydrogen storage tanks are Type IV, which are pressure vessels made of polymeric liner fully wrapped with a fibre-resin composite.
Compressor control panel
The chiller cools the liquid used to pre-cool the hydrogen before it is dispensed into the vehicle.
The dry cooler provides cooling to the electrolyser, compression and dispenser system. It is essential to maintain operability during periods of high temperatures.