We have heard a lot about hydrogen recently, and people seem to think that it will be available in the future.
In actuality it is available here and now and is in high production and high demand for industrial uses such as desulfurization units in refineries, as a fuel additive for natural gas- fired power plants, and as a growing presence in transportation.
During this webinar, we will discuss what hydrogen is, how it is produced, the hydrogen rainbow (different colors), the different methods of storage, and transmission.
We will explore selection of the appropriate check valves within the different hydrogen processes, including valve sizing, materials, and pressure classes.
- Understand the meaning of the different colors of the hydrogen rainbow
- Learn key methods of hydrogen production and natural gas reforming
- Find out about the methods of hydrogen storage
- Hear about the methods of hydrogen transmission
- Discover the right check valves to use for hydrogen applications
Stephen O’Neill, Director of Sales and Marketing, DFT, Inc.
O’Neill, MBA, is a degreed Mechanical Engineer with 30 years of experience in the valve industry including check valves, control valves, pressure relief valves and pulse jet valves. He is the director of sales and marketing for DFT, an American valve manufacturer specializing in engineered valve solutions.