Included within the order is a high-voltage range hydrogen recirculation blower that will make up a crucial component of the fuel cell technology.

According to the company, the recirculation blower allows for increased efficiency and longer fuel cell service life and thus could be a key aspect in manufacturing more effective fuel cells for various different sectors.

Additional orders from two fuel cell manufacturers will see over 300,000 cathode valves supplied in order to support the growing capacity for fuel cell manufacturing.

The hydrogen recirculation blower is installed on the anode side of the fuel cell, thus enhancing the effective use of hydrogen in the fuel cell.

It enables the controlled return of unused hydrogen to the stack, resulting in greater efficiency and thus extending the vehicle’s range.

In addition, the blower assures a more homogenous distribution of hydrogen in the cell, leading to a longer operating life, the company said.


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