Alleima Mobile Micro Factories Support Expansion of Hydrogen Infrastructure

By July 4, 2023 2   min read  (301 words)

July 4, 2023 |

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On-Site High-Pressure Tubes for Hydrogen Refueling Stations

 Alleima, a leading manufacturer of high value-added products in advanced stainless steels and special alloys as well as products for industrial heating, has developed a micro-factory on-site solution for the manufacture of high-pressure tubes, which is supporting the development of hydrogen refueling stations.

Agile Tubing Solutions When and Where You Need Them

The fully mobile and digitally connected containers can be tailored to customer needs and can be located wherever required, reducing waste, and increasing safety along with time and cost savings.

The Absolute Best in Materials Technology: On Demand

The Alleima Mobile Service Solutions miniature factories are proving invaluable for serving local markets by being able to fabricate customized products on demand. Digitalization and automation mean many of the tasks to be conducted remotely, with a much smaller labor force than was previously possible.

Moving Industries and Innovation Forward

Coiled tubing solutions are delivered to customers on-site using a digitally-connected system to straighten and cut tubing to match the required specifications. Automated tube straightening is done according to the company’s high standards. Easy-to-use precision monitoring and control allow any length to be cut, significantly reducing waste.

A Progressive Partner

The Alleima mobile tubing container solutions are currently being deployed in Europe for Linde, a leading industrial gases and engineering company, which is building hydrogen fuel stations across the continent.

Supporting Hydrogen Accessibility with Customized Solutions

 “With the containerized solution, we aim to provide our customers with a plug-and-play tube manufacturing system, simplifying the tube commissioning and installation process,” said Alleima. This new approach to tubing fabrication underscores the company’s commitment to supporting accessibility to hydrogen, showcasing its capabilities in providing customized solutions tailored to customers’ specific needs.


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