Circor showcases valve solutions at 4th American Hydrogen Forum

Circor International, a leading manufacturer and marketer of differentiated industrial, aerospace & defense flow control technology products and systems, announces that it will showcase its Hale Hamilton brand valves for the hydrogen economy at the 4th American Hydrogen Forum, February 28-29.

Circor’s valves for the hydrogen economy are offered under the trusted Hale Hamilton brand. Valves used in the hydrogen to power conversion process include pressure regulators, over-pressure protection valves, back pressure maintaining valves, and isolation valves. These valves operate in a variety of conversion processes including in fuel cell, gas turbine, and gas engine applications. Control accessories and panel & skid solutions from Circor aid in the transportation and storage of hydrogen by respectively providing gas control, isolation, and filtration and maintaining stable pressure.

Circor’s high pressure primary isolation valves and pressure control technologies have been used to enable the supply of hydrogen to hydrogen fueling stations. When a supplier of Hydrogen Trailers required valves qualified in accordance with the latest European Transportable Pressure Equipment Directive, a requirement for all valves used to isolate transportable hydrogen storage modules, Circor’s engineers provided a solution in the ASV Series Pneumatically Actuated Stop Valve. This valve is based on Circor’s highly reliable balanced valve concept but includes sealing technologies capable of performing across the range of pressures temperatures and leak rates required, setting a new standard for high pressure balanced valve design.

Standard and custom engineered fluid- and gas-handling solutions from Circor support a wide range of mission critical applications and are essential for the reliable and safe operation of all types of industrial hydrogen systems.