Luxfer-GTM Technologies is well placed for the hydrogen revolution at its Berkeley headquarters and its portable products – an alternative to six and 12 steel cylinder bundles – are proving popular around California while also providing a solution, of sorts, to a driver shortage.
The gas transport module manufacturer, which was 100% acquired by Luxfer Gas Cylinders at the start of 2019, is confident for continued growth in 2019 of its GPAK, G-PAK X and G-Pur+ products which are small, portable packs for high pressure gases such as hydrogen, or helium, that offer distributors the ability to increase delivery truck payloads while minimizing the number of cylinders. Each GPAK integrates a control panel with remote actuation, pressure gauge, fill port, optional pressure regulator, and dispenser port features not found on steel cylinder carts.
Luxfer-GTM is ideally located to capitalize on the burgeoning hydrogen industry in California, where there are 39 refueling stations and ambitious plans for the widespread adoption of hydrogen cell vehicles (HFCV) in the not-too-distant future.
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