- BuTech Elbow, 3/4" M/P, 20K20L12$481.61
- BuTech Elbow, 1" M/P, 20K20L16$813.86
- BuTech Elbow, 1/4" M/P, 20K20L4$179.02
- BuTech Elbow, 3/8" M/P, 20K20L6$238.75
- BuTech Elbow, 9/16" M/P, 20K20L9$263.35
- BuTech Tee, 3/4" M/P, 20K20T12$645.20
- BuTech Tee, 1" M/P, 20K20T16$972.39
- BuTech Tee, 1/4" M/P, 20K20T4$223.53
- BuTech Tee, 3/8" M/P, 20K20T6$243.42
- BuTech Tee, 9/16" M/P, 20K20T9$342.62
- BuTech Cross, 1/4" M/P, 20K20X4$253.58
- BuTech Cross, 3/8" M/P, 20K20X6$273.12
- BuTech Elbow, 1" H/P, 30K30L16$969.43
- BuTech Elbow, 9/16" H/P, 40K40L9$372.85
- BuTech Tee, 9/16" H/P, 40K40T9$484.77
- BuTech Cross, 9/16" H/P, 40K40X9$553.94
- BuTech Elbow, 1/4" H/P, 60K60L4$173.10
- BuTech Elbow, 3/8" H/P, 60K60L6$244.70
- BuTech Elbow, 9/16" H/P, 60K60L9$341.17
- BuTech Tee, 1/4" H/P, 60K60T4$285.14
- BuTech Tee, 3/8" H/P, 60K60T6$295.54
- BuTech Cross, 1/4" H/P, 60K60X4$315.55
- BuTech Cross, 3/8" H/P, 60K60X6$361.57
- BuTech Pipe Elbow, 1/2" NPT, 15KFPL8$218.14
What are high-pressure hydrogen fittings?
High-pressure hydrogen fittings are an essential component in many industrial applications. High-pressure pipe fittings that endure extreme temperatures and pressures are critical to safely containing hydrogen, a highly combustible gas.
What is high-pressure hydrogen?
High-pressure hydrogen is a gas form of hydrogen that must be adequately stored in high-pressure tanks. High-pressure hydrogen valves must be made from materials like stainless steel or brass that can handle extreme conditions without corroding, rusting, or failing prematurely.
What pipe fittings are used for hydrogen?
Pipe fittings must be hydrogen compatible, so they won’t degrade when exposed to the gas over time. The standard recommended material is stainless steel.
What pressure is hydrogen dispensed at?
Hydrogen is dispensed by weight as compressed gas. The two filling pressures commonly used are the old standard (H35 or 350 bar) and a newer one that’s H70 or 700 bar.
What material is used for hydrogen valves?
High-pressure hydrogen valves must be made from materials that are able to handle extreme conditions without corroding. Stainless steel 316 or brass are the two materials most commonly used.
Is hydrogen compatible with carbon steel?
Carbon steel shouldn’t be used with hydrogen because it can result in corrosion due to oxidation reactions caused by contact with moisture or other contaminants in the system. To guarantee optimal performance and safety when using carbon steel components alongside high-pressure hydrogen systems, special coatings may need to be applied to provide additional protection against wear and tear induced by exposure to harsh chemicals or extreme temperatures.