The total cost of ownership (TCO) for hydrogen-fueled trucks may soon match diesel vehicles. To put H2 trucks on the roads at scale, manufacturers need suppliers with know-how and experience. That’s where Worthington comes in. The global company’s Ranger on-board fueling systems for compressed H2 are provided complete with type-3 or -4 cylinders, gas street components, and frames.


Worthington products for hydrogen applications

These key components indeed make it possible to drop fleet emissions while maintaining the same maintenance, fueling, and route schedules as with diesel trucks. Worthington’s standard sizes are available in working pressures from 200-700 bar (20-70 MPa) with capacities up to 2055 L water for CNG and hydrogen applications. In addition, the Ranger on-board fueling systems stand up to the toughest conditions.


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