Haskel to Exhibit High-Pressure Solutions at First Year of North American Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Show

Posted by The Haskel Team on Aug 4, 2017 6:46:00 AM

Haskel will share its hydrogen gas boosters and high-pressure products in booth 6709-FC September 10-13 as the largest show in the industry comes to the U.S.

 After showcasing expertise in high-pressure hydrogen equipment in the hydrogen and fuel cell show of Hannover, Germany, Haskel will also exhibit at the U.S. version of the show. The show is a premiere meeting opportunity for leaders of the hydrogen and fuel cell industries, bringing over 150 exhibitors and thousands of attendees together.

For 23 years, the Hydrogen, Fuel Cell and Battery Group Exhibit has been Europe's largest trade industrial event to explore hydrogen and fuel cell technology and applications. As part of Hannover Messe, the group exhibit covers a variety of topics that are specific to industry trends. After years of success and continued industry growth, show organizers have decided to expand to North America.

Taking place in Las Vegas, Nevada on September 10-13, the North American Hydrogen and Fuel Cell exhibit is expected to draw as great of a crowd as Hannover. Haskel, a leading manufacturer of high-pressure and hydrogen products, is excited to have another chance to highlight pristine hydrogen gas booster technology. After another successful year in Hannover, the Haskel team looks forward to seeing this show come to the United States.

Haskel's collection of high-pressure products includes pneumatic and hydraulic-driven gas boosters, air-driven liquid pumps, air pressure amplifiers, valves and system components. Show attendees can visit booth 6709-FC to meet with Haskel experts and learn more about the solutions that best fit specific high-pressure equipment needs.

Want to learn more about Haskel's high-pressure hydrogen solutions, but aren't going to the show? Download our Hydrogen Transfer & Handling Equipment or contact a distributor.

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Topics: Industry Events, Hydraulics and Pneumatics