PDC Machines is the World’s Leading Hydrogen Gas Compressors Manufacturer for Hydrogen Refueling Stations
PDC specializes in providing complete solutions for alternative energy applications. We are the #1 supplier of gas compressors for automobiles, bus and material handling fueling market with nearly 350 compressor installations worldwide and counting.
With decades of experience in hydrogen compression system integration we are the preferred source for component and systems packaging for hydrogen station fueling applications.
PDC Machines containerized compression and filling assembly for a hydrogen fueling station located at Nanyang city, Henan province, China. This station is used to re-fuel hydrogen powered fuel cell buses. Filling capacity is 200 kg/day at 450 barg discharge pressure.
Green Promise, first hydrogen filling station with two PDC Machines diaphragm compressors for hydrogen powered fuel cell vehicles in Busan Korea. Station is capable of dispensing 1126 kg/day of hydrogen at 1000 bar discharge pressure.
PDC Machines two stage compression system to be used at the largest on-site electrolysis station in Canada. This compressor can pump 173 scfm/280 Nm3/hr of hydrogen at a discharge pressure of 5800 psig/400 barg. Motor is 100 hp/75 kW.
World’s only fully contamination-free, leak-free, Three-Stage Compressor for re-fueling hydrogen fuel cell vehicles and buses. 14,000 psig/950 barg discharge pressure, 345 scfm/50 kg/hr flow Rate, 180 kW/241 hp Power.
PDC Machines can package compression systems complete with instrumentation and controls inside standard shipping containers.
Diaphragm compressor for vehicle material handling applications. Boosting pressure to 7,500 psig/517 barg and providing a flow of 24 scfm/3.5 kg/hr.
Two stage diaphragm compressor for hydrogen service, 14,500 psig/1,000 barg discharge, 28 scfm/40 kg/hr of flow.
Re-circulate gas for polysilicon production.
PDC-3-6000-15000 Two-Stage Compressor, Hydrogen Fuel Stations, 15,000 psig/1,000 barg Discharge Pressure, 28 scfm/4 kg/hr Flow Rate, 11 kW/ 15 hp Power. Location: United Kingdom
Under a Memorandum of Understanding between the United States Air Force and the State of Hawaii, HydraFLX was selected to start up the National Demonstration Center for hydrogen and renewable technologies at Joint Base Pearl Harbor Hickam in Hawaii, to advance the use of hydrogen in military ground support and commercial applications, drive down the cost of safe, deployable infrastructure, and develop seamless integration with renewable energy. Three hydrogen technologies initially demonstrated at JBPHH are used in commercial markets today. Two PDC hydrogen compressors were part of this system.
California State University, Los Angeles, through its Power, Energy and Transportation curriculum, has embarked on a long range effort to become a leader in the area of teaching sustainable energy systems and to engage in relevant applied research to mitigate the chronic problems of fossil fuel energy dependence and air pollution. The centerpiece of the University’s effort is the construction and deployment of a sustainable hydrogen production and dispensing facility. Vehicle: Hydrogen powered internal-combustion engine Toyota Prius. Dispenser: The hydrogen dispenser. Hydrogen Compressors: PDC Machines.
Hydrogen Fueling Station Open in Norway with Hydrogenics Electrolyzers and PDC Machines Compressors. The city of Oslo, Norway inaugurated a hydrogen fueling station which uses two Hydrogenics HySTAT™ Electrolyzers and PDC Machines diaphragm compressors to convert renewable electricity to hydrogen fuel.
The construction of the station was awarded to Air Liquide who will operate and maintain the site for 5 years. Hydrogenics supplied two HySTAT™ 60 Electrolyzers that produce hydrogen fuel from water and electricity. This station has a total capacity of 260kg/day which will be used to fuel 5 Van Hool buses which are now onsite and will be operating on a normal transit line from the Roseholm bus to the Royal Palace. It is anticipated that the 13 meter-long buses will run between 400,000 and 450,000 kms over the next 5 years. Electricity at the station is guaranteed to come from 100% renewable energy sources.
Hydrogen Fueling Station Open in Switzerland with Hydrogenics Electrolyzers and PDC Machines Compressors. On May 22nd, Carbagas AG a fully owned subsidiary of Air Liquide officially opened a hydrogen fueling station near Zurich, Switzerland equipped with a Hydrogenics HySTAT™ Electrolyzer. The HySTAT™ is capable of providing 130kg/day of renewable hydrogen at 350barg. Based at the PostAuto bus garage in Brugg (35km north west of Zurich) the station supplies hydrogen fuel to 5 Citaro FuelCell buses which will be used in regular public transport. Post Auto is the largest public bus operator in Switzerland with over 2,000 vehicles in operation. Postauto made the investment, backed by both European funding (under the CHIC project) and National funding.
345 scfm/1,200 kg/day diaphragm compressor for filling ground storage at a commercial hydrogen fueling station.
Green Energy Station, South Korea.
PDC Machines supplied BOC a turnkey compression system with PLC controls and storage for integration into an FCV and IEC fueling station in Michigan.
PDC Machines compressor part of the hydrogen generation system at the Hawaii Fuel Cell Test Facility at the Hawaii Natural Energy Institute.
Sangam-dong Hydrogen Station, S. Korea
Fully instrumented two-stage diaphragm compressor, discharge pressure 13,000 psig/896 barg providing a flow of 232 scfm/ 33 kg/hr of hydrogen
Tokyo Gas Hydrogen station, Toyosu Market in Koto-ku, Tokyo, Japan. The station will supply hydrogen to fuel cell buses operated by the Tokyo Metropolitan Government during the 2020 Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics.
Hydrogen fuel station in Shanghai, China
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Serving Many Industries
Our contamination-free and leak-tight, diaphragm gas compressors can be applied to:
Bus, medium & heavy duty truck fueling
15,000 psig (1,034 barg)
15,000 psig (1,034 barg)
Material handling vehicle fueling
5 to 2,500
7,000 psig (482 barg)