Netherlands-based HyGear has announced the procurement of its second deal this week, this time in delivering an integrated industrial gas storage, mixing and delivery system to an electronics company.
The contract will see the gas generation specialist supply a system of gas mixing and quality control, including onsite storages, mixing lines and feed system to the electronic company process, which has only been identified as an existing customer of HyGear.
“We now take the full responsibility from gas delivery to the process feed, so that the end users can focus on their own processes”
The mixing station is designed to produce fresh gases but can also process recovered gases from HyGear’s Hy.REC technology which feeds polluted, unutilised gas mixtures emitted from industrial processes back through the system, recovering a significant fraction of hydrogen (H2) and (N2) to be reused as new reductive gas mixtures.
The system has been developed as part of HyGear’s strategy to be a full service provider in the industrial gases industry, as HyGear’s CEO, Marinus van Driel, explained, “Delivering the gas supply system for this electronics company is an example of where we take the extra step in industrial gas supply.”
“As we were already supplying H2 by onsite generation, we now take the full responsibility from gas delivery to the process feed, so that the end users can focus on their own processes.”
Last week HyGear announced the signing of a long-term contract with Saint-Gobain, one of the world’s largest manufacturers of flat glass, to supply its float line in Arboc, Spain with H2 through on-site generation.