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수소는 미래의 중요한 에너지원으로 간주됩니다. 희소 에너지 자원의 관점에서, 수소 응용 프로그램은 이미 기존 솔루션에 대한 기술적 대안을 제공하고 있습니다.
이의 가장 좋은 사례로는 연료 전지를 들 수 있습니다. 연료 전지는 물에서부터 수소와 산소가 결합함으로써, 다량의 에너지를 방출합니다. 따라서 연료 전지는 기존의 차량에 보편적으로 사용되어온 연소 엔진에 대하여 친환경적인 대안이 될 수 있습니다.
이를 위해 WITT는 지나친 압력으로부터 수소 시스템을 보호하는 특별한 pressure-relief valve를 제공합니다. WITT valve는 유럽 전역에 걸쳐 까다로운 EC 79/2009 규정을 충족하는 첫 번째 제품이고, 승용차 및 버스에의 설치가 허가된 밸브입니다.
WITT 가스 안전 설비는 특정 분야에서만 사용되는 것이 아닙니다. WITT의 가스 기술은 고품질 역화방지기 및 non-return valve의 형태로 현대 연료 전지 및 히터에 통합되어 환경과 안전을 동시에 보장합니다.
Example: Fuel cell
The best example here is the fuel cell. In fuel cells, hydrogen and oxygen combine to form water, thereby releasing a large amount of energy. Fuel cells can therefore be used as an environmentally-friendly alternative to conventional combustion engines in motor vehicles. WITT offers special pressure-relief valves for this, these ensuring safety while protecting the hydrogen system against dangerous overpressure. The WITT valve was the first to fulfill the high requirements of Regulation EC 79/2009 valid throughout Europe and is approved for installation in passenger cars and buses. WITT safety technology can also be found in the latest fuel cell heating appliances - in the form of high-quality flashback arresters or gas non-return valves / check valves.
Power-to-gas applications involve the production of hydrogen by means of water electrolysis or methane reforming using electricity generated by renewables. Among other things, the hydrogen serves as an energy storage medium and can be used later to generate energy as required. It is already used as back-up power banks as an alternative to diesel generators. There are also schemes to blend hydrogen into methane grids for domestic heating systems.
E-fuels are often understood to be synthetically produced fuels. They can be used to run combustion engines without having to resort to fossil fuels. Hydrogen from renewable sources is a possible raw material here. This process, known as Power to Liquid, makes it possible to produce a crude oil-like substance from hydrogen, which then forms the basis for 'synthetic' diesel fuel.
Example: Chemical industry
In the chemical industry, hydrogen is used as a raw material. In particular, green hydrogen can be used to produce ammonia or methanol, replacing natural gas.
Hydrogen often plays an important role in semiconductor production. For example, for 'cleaning' the fibre optics with a deuterium (hydrogen isotope) mixture. Or in copper-wire bonding, where hydrogen as part of the protective atmosphere increases the process quality. In both applications special WITT gas mixers ensure the necessary precision of the gas mixture.
Example: Metal working
Hydrogen is a popular gas in metal processing, for example as a protective gas in heat treatment of metals or in special autogenous welding applications. Here WITT flashback arrestors ensure the highest level of safety when handling this high-energy fuel gas.
Example: Steel and glass production
Huge amounts of CO2 are still generated in steel production and glass melting. Green hydrogen is increasingly being used in these applications instead of coal or natural gas, providing significant net reduction it would be a significant gain in terms of emission-free production. Hydrogen also plays a key role in annealing processes.