Calvera has won a contract to produce two hydrogen service stations, both for heavy and light vehicles, for the Biproraf company, which will be in the Polish towns of Poznam and Katowice.
This equipment, according to sources from the Aragonese company, will supply hydrogen at 350 bars for heavy vehicles and 700 bars for light vehicles (both with 1.6 tn/day of hydrogen capacity).
They will feature hydrogen storage of up to 900 bar, along with hydrogen unloading panels, compression systems and dispensers.
Calvera’s order will also include several 300 bar ‘tube-trailers’ , necessary to transport the hydrogen from the facilities where it is produced to the stations where it will be dispensed. Calvera’s work is expected to be completed by 2023.
“We are delighted to be working with Biproraf, an engineering and construction company with a long tradition, top quality and enormous experience. The complementarity of both companies will be the key to the success of the project”, stated Rafael Calvera.
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