Hydrogen As A Fuel – Some safety considerations
For many organisations, Hydrogen is a relatively new consideration due to a lack of products that utilise hydrogen for operation. Well, that is definitely changing as more and more products come onto the market utilising Hydrogen as a power source and as our shift to renewable energies intensifies. As such, there needs to be much education about Hydrogen and its associated hazards for circumstances such as transportation, storage and safe handling. The below video is thought-provoking as it discusses the safety elements that need to be considered when utilising your Doosan Mobility Innovation (DMI) Hydrogen drone.
Hydrogen Compressed (Hydrogen as a Fuel) – Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS)
For those wanting to reference the Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for Compressed Hydrogen please refer to the link below. An MSDS is a document that provides health and safety information about products, substances or chemicals that are classified as hazardous substances or dangerous goods.
MSDS sheets give a wealth of information including but not limited to the following:-
- the product (its name, ingredients and properties)
- who manufactured or imported it
- how the product can affect your health
- how to use and store it safely
What is the Process for Refilling Hydrogen Tanks?
In a historic agreement, Doosan Mobility Innovation (DMI) partnered with Coregas in Australia for the supply and filling of DMI hydrogen tanks. With numerous options to get your tanks filled it really comes down to geographic location, volumes and convenience. Enterprise customers may already have an account with Coregas and as such already have an existing workflow of pickup and drop off of gas tanks to and from the site. Other DMI hydrogen drone end users may decide the best method of filling is to have their tanks collected and filled by Coregas or alternatively they can be dropped off at any Coregas facility nationwide for filling and return.
Wanting to know more?
If you are wanting to know more about hydrogen and the logistics around its use in relation to the DMI hydrogen drone range please make contact with C3 | Drones and Robotics to discuss.