Next-generation fuel cell components

HOERBIGER offers innovative solutions for electric vehicles powered by fuel cells. The Refueling Data Interface ensures that the hydrogen refueling process is fast and safe. Advanced valve technology, which effectively regulates the hydrogen pressure inside the fuel cells, plays a key role. Our valves offer proven accuracy, dynamics, and temperature and hydrogen stability.

HOERBIGER will showcase the products at the FC Expo in Japan, held on February 26 to 28, at the joint booth of the "German Pavillion."

Event: FC Expo Japan 2020
Date: February 26-28, 2020
Location: Tokyo, Japan
Booth: German Pavillon, Hall 4, Booth No. W23-40

HOERBIGER acquires majority of RAGSOL GmbH

Zug, Switzerland – effective January 31, 2020, the HOERBIGER Group has acquired the majority stake of the Austrian oil and gas solutions provider RAGSOL GmbH, previously belonging to RAG Austria AG. RAGSOL provides comprehensive solutions and unique products for mature oil and gas fields with the goal of producing oil and gas more efficiently, at lower cost, and environmentally friendly.

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Read the latest issue of the HOERBIGER customer magazine as an e-paper.

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The chemistry is right

Swiss chemicals company Lonza operates its largest manufacturing location worldwide in the small town of Visp. In the midst of the idyllic mountainscape of the Valais Alps, and not even 40 kilometers (25 miles) from the Matterhorn, this is not your typical big-industry setting.

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Spark detection complements safety solutions portfolio - IEP Technologies acquires Atexon Oy

Zug / Oulunsalo – Effective February 1, 2018, IEP Technologies, a member of the HOERBIGER Group, has acquired business operations, the portfolio, patents and trademark rights of Atexon Oy, a company headquartered in Oulunsalo, Finland, specializing in spark detection and extinguishing for industrial explosion protection.

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Cogeneration plant safety

Stadtwerke Duisburg AG

The cogeneration plants at Stadtwerke Duisburg AG produce heat and power for the city’s inhabitants and the region. When it came to protecting the fuel silos, the utility company opted in favor of an explosion suppression system made by IEP Technologies a company of the HOERBIGER Group – for the benefit of the residents and the environment.

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