Also applies to H2: What doesn't fit, is made to fit!
Maximator's contribution to HANNOVER MESSE 2022 is the new MAX Compression 2.0. The high-pressure compressor is part of H2 refueling systems and ensures that the hydrogen is compressed before it is filled into the storage tanks.27 May 2022
Maximator Hydrogen GmbH, based in Nordhausen, Thuringia, successfully develops and produces system solutions along the hydrogen technology value chain. The company's success is based firstly on its highly qualified employees and secondly on the know-how gained from around 700 H2-relevant patents. Maximator has repeatedly proven to be a flexible and efficient problem solver in the planning, construction and operation of reliable and modern hydrogen refueling stations for road, rail and marine transport. Coupled with other characteristics such as high performance, creativity and adherence to schedules, the Thuringians have established themselves as a partner for specifically tailored hydrogen solutions in large international companies and corporations.
With the MAX Compression 2.0, a further development of the MAX Compression 1.0, Maximator is now also represented at HANNOVER MESSE 2022. The new module is designed in a vertical orientation and consists of two compression stages that are operated in series with an integrated intercooler. The patented ASX (automatic-seal-exchange) function also ensures automatic seal replacement of the hydrogen high-pressure seal. Unscheduled downtime can thus be reduced to a minimum. The risk of contamination in the event of leakage is eliminated thanks to the dry-running compressor system. The drive unit of the MAX Compression 2.0 originates from a cooperation with Bosch Rexroth, it controls the electric motor, drives the hydraulic pump and provides the motion sequences of the compressor stages.
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