ABCIL supplies high purity compressed hydrogen at 150 to 200 bar pressure in manifolds and loose hydrogen cylinders to customers. It finds use in a wide range of industries including food, petroleum products, chemical processing and home and personal care.
Compressed hydrogen serves as an intermediate reactive to make several inorganic chemicals including ammonia and hydrochloric acid.
Hydrogenation is one of the most common uses for compressed hydrogen. Vanaspati is manufactured by hydrogenation of edible oil.
Compressed hydrogen is used in hydrogenation of inedible oil during soap manufacturing. Inedible oils and fatty acids that are hydrogenated are used to produce soap and surfactants.
Compressed hydrogen is used in the hydrogenation of petroleum products to manufacture lubricants.