The world’s first high-vacuum insulation film-type liquid hydrogen storage simulation cabin, which uses two liquid hydrogen valves independently developed and manufactured by Neway, marks a key breakthrough in high-density hydrogen storage and transportation technology. It can greatly reduce the evaporation rate of liquid hydrogen, then the liquid hydrogen can be stored under atmospheric pressure, reducing the manufacturing cost of the storage equipment, improving storage efficiency and safety.
With strong technical strength, Neway’s liquid hydrogen valves have been successfully certified by third parties and successfully applied in projects. In the future, Neway will continue the development on liquid hydrogen products and contribute to the global clean energy.
Courtesy of Neway.