Elogen gets KGS’s certification for stacks aged in its electrolyzers

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July 5, 2024,
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Aida Čučuk

Elogen, a GTT company, has acquired a certification from the Korean Gasoline Safety (KGS) Company for its stacks, the most famous ingredients of its electrolyzers for hydrogen manufacturing.

Illustration; Archive; Courtesy of Elogen

The corporate done varied stages of certification by the KGS, concluding the strategy with an audit of the manufacture, manufacturing and testing ideas of its stacks.

The certification is honest for a interval of three years, and based on Elogen, attests to the compliance of the merchandise with the protection and quality standards space by the KGS.

“This recognition also paves the formulation for the continuing industrial deployment of Elogen within the Korean market,” the company added.

To illustrate, the certification follows the contract signed with its Korean accomplice Valmax in 2023 for the manufacture and manufacturing of a proton trade membrane (PEM) electrolyzer with a energy of two.5 MW.

The electrolyzer, with a producing ability of as much as 1 ton of hydrogen per day, will be allotment of a mobility mission located in Buan, within the province of North Jeolla, South Korea, GTT reported at the time.

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