BayoTech receives order from Chevron for its hydrogen transport trailers
Published by Bella Weetch,
Global Hydrogen Review,
BayoTech, an innovator in hydrogen solutions, has received an order for four HyFillTM hydrogen transport trailers from Chevron, one of the world’s leading integrated energy companies. Chevron will use BayoTech’s transport trailers to distribute high-pressure gaseous hydrogen for power generation, transportation, and industrial applications in the western US. Delivery is scheduled for 1Q23.
“With the record demand for hydrogen molecules, industrial gas suppliers are seeking solutions to safely and efficiently distribute large amounts of hydrogen in a compact package,” said Adam Penque, Senior Vice President of Sales and BayoGaaSTM Hydrogen Hubs. “We are proud Chevron has chosen our high-pressure transport solutions to support their hydrogen distribution network.”
Since 2001, BayoTech has delivered over 600 high-pressure transport and storage systems to the world’s leading manufacturers and distributors of industrial gases for hydrogen, natural gas, nitrogen, and helium applications.
Using high-capacity Type III composite cylinders, HyFill bulk hydrogen transport trailers carry up to three times more compressed gaseous hydrogen per load than traditional steel tube trailers. Higher payloads lower transportation costs and increase driver productivity. Premier safety features include rapidly venting cylinders, proprietary thermally-activated pressure relief devices, welded manifold connections for leak prevention, and emergency shutdown systems for NFPA compliance while systems are onsite.
Read the article online at: https://www.globalhydrogenreview.com/product-news/31082022/bayotech-receives-order-from-chevron-for-its-hydrogen-transport-trailers/
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