GLOBAL FUEL CELL TURBO COMPRESSOR MARKET
Air is pushed into the fuel cell stack by air compressors. In order to make the reaction at the cathode possible, the fuel cell takes oxygen out of the air that comes in. The air compressor is also sometimes referred to as an air blower in fuel cell systems.
The Global Fuel cell turbo compressor market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
Celeroton introduces a new turbo compressor system with values for air mass flow and pressure ratio that have been increased once more in comparison to its predecessor for fuel cell systems with a net output of 30 to 60 kW.
Designed for fuel cell air supply with a net output of 30 to 60 kW, the new turbo compressor system offers an outstanding power-to-weight ratio. The new system has a special advantage because it sticks to things that have worked well for a long time, like the air bearing, and uses the latest manufacturing technologies and materials to technically simplify production.
Due to the savings in materials and machining, assembly, and commissioning procedures, this results in significant advantages and a particularly appealing price-to-performance ratio.
The outcome is amazing: Weight and volume reductions of 40% when compared to its predecessor, a 10% improvement in performance, and an approximately 13% increase in maximum speed.
The new framework has been uncommonly evolved to meet auto prerequisites and will address an achievement in the spread of energy component innovation for light business vehicles, forklifts and like applications. More details about the turbo compressor CT-2000 and converter CC-2000 can be found here.
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