Hydrogen Flow Meter Carries MID-002 Certification

KEM Küppers Elektromechanik GmbH and AW-Lake Company unveil the TCMH 0450 High Pressure TRICOR Coriolis flow meter as being the world’s first MI-002 /OIML137 certified Coriolis flow meter for hydrogen dispensing applications.  By securing this certification, the TCMH 0450 can now be used in custody transfer applications – specifically in hydrogen dispensing stations for the fast-growing hydrogen-powered vehicle market.

 

A recent industry report by Research and Markets predicts that over 22.2 million hydrogen fuel cell vehicles will be sold or leased worldwide generating collective revenues upwards of $1.1 trillion for the auto industry. By using the TCMH 0450 flow meter, companies can sell hydrogen fuel to end users with taxation. Without a certified fuel dispenser, the taxation of hydrogen is not possible. So which way is better? For more information, checkout the MI-002/OIML137 datasheet.

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