Hydrogen is used for the desulphurization of fuels, which prevents the formation of sulfur dioxide as the fuel is burned. It is also used to improve plasma welding and cutting operations.
Hydrogen is also offered as a pure specialty gas under the brand ALPHAGAZ™, which is suitable for critical laboratory and analytic applications.
Used in a fuel cell, hydrogen combines with oxygen from the air to produce electricity, generating water as its only by-product. Air Liquide is present across the entire hydrogen supply chain, from production to storage, distribution and the development of end-user applications – thus helping to drive the widespread use of hydrogen as a clean energy to power materials handling, consumer automobiles and mass transportation.
Our global hydrogen-fueled fleet services are helping move fleets across the globe toward a more efficient, profitable and environmentally responsible means of material handling. We distribute solutions both for the production of energy and for decentralized hydrogen distribution equipment.
Air Liquide produces Hydrogen in various grades and supply modes.
For users who require continuous and reliable supply of gas volume of more than 10,000m³ per month, we are able to install, operate and maintain your onsite supply system.
Packaged Gas Supply
For users who require gas volume requirement of less than 5,000m³ per month, we offer many types of packaged gases and gas mixtures in various capacities for an extensive array of applications.
Air Liquide owns and operates more than 200km of pipelines in Singapore, supplying oxygen, nitrogen and hydrogen in large quantities to major customers in the Chemicals and Oil and Gas industries.
Safety Data Sheets (SDS)
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The Air Liquide Gas Encyclopedia allows you to quickly access a host of information on the physical and chemical properties of more than 135 gas molecules.
Easy Gas Converter App
The Air Liquide Easy Gas Converter app gives users the ability to instantly calculate volume conversions from gaseous to liquid state for 14 gas molecules such as nitrogen, oxygen and hydrogen.