An incorrectly maintained and operated hydrogen plant poses a major risk to safety of plant owners, operators and the surrounding community. Operating at less than peak efficiency can result in a range of not only mechanical problems but a very high risk of hazards such as fire and explosions.
At the very least, incorrect maintenance may result in injury to personnel, fires, or expensive equipment damage, and at worst, loss of life.
GLP’s engineers are experienced at performing audits of hydrogen plants and are able assess their ongoing efficiency, health and viability. By carrying out a Hazard and Operability Study (HAZOP) they can trouble shoot existing problems and make recommendations where necessary.
GLP’s engineers have many years of experience in building and maintaining hydrogen plants. The know-how and capability of GLP in the field of hydrogen production covers:
- A range of processes for the production, recovery, purification, storage and transportation of Hydrogen.
- A range of industrial hydrogen production capacities including electrolytic and reforming
- All the activities for the successful implementation of hydrogen plants from the project development through financing to execution and start-up.
GLP can also assist with:
- Plant design/retrofit/registration