By Jemima Owen-Jones2016-10-25T12:25:00+01:00
The new Zero-Set Lite portable hydrogen fuel cell-powered light tower integrates clean hydrogen fuel cell technology with safe composite cylinder hydrogen storage, to produce zero emissions and eliminate the typical noise of a combustion engine.
The Zero-Set Lite is an economical innovation to address a wide range of lighting applications for events and entertainment, including roadside construction, military and disaster response operations.
A key function of the Zero-Set Lite is the light sense function, the company says, which allows the product to turn on at night and off during the day to extend the time between fills to almost five days and reduce the manpower required to monitor the system when used.
Intelligent Energy Holdings plc and Luxfer-GTM Technologies have formed a strategic Transatlantic relationship to develop a line of integrated fuel cell products.
Consisting of a single electron orbiting a single proton, hydrogen is the simplest element in the universe – but this simple element can release almost three-times more energy than natural gas. The fact that hydrogen fuel comes with zero carbon emissions (its only by-product is water and heat), has made ...
From commercialising NASA’s space programme technology in the 1970s and pioneering lightweight aluminium composites, through to the more recent development of its high strength, lightweight L7X® alloy, Luxfer Gas Cylinders has always been at the forefront of innovation.
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