7th May 2019
TCP is exhibiting its range of hydrogen fuel cell/battery hybrid products for the construction, rail and highway industries at this year’s RailWorx 11th – 13th June 2019 (stand RJ1).
TCP (Taylor Construction Plant Ltd), is exhibiting its range of hydrogen fuel cell/battery hybrid products for the construction, rail and highway industries at this year’s RailWorx 11th – 13th June 2019 (stand RJ1).
TCP invites visitors to RailWorx and PlantWorx to discover more about the environmental benefits of its hydrogen fuel cell/battery hybrid products. From light towers to power generators, TCP will be demonstrating its range of products which produce zero emissions (at point of delivery), are virtually silent in operation and eliminate risk of fuel spill.
Highlights include the EcoliteTH200 hydrogen fuel cell light tower, developed in partnership with BOC, a member of the Linde Group, to provide a solution to noise and air pollution. The light tower uses Prismatic Lens technology to also prevent light pollution and unwanted glare. Alongside this product is the Ecolite WH2, which provides compact local task lighting with additional hand tool power supply.
Visitors then have the chance to see themselves on camera as they walk by the Ecolite CCTV hydrogen fuel cell tower. The unit produces zero carbon emissions (at point of delivery) and provides cost-effective temporary site security with remote monitoring and on-site recording.
TCP will also be demonstrating a welfare cabin unit powered by solar PV and the ECO GH2 hydrogen DC power generator, developed in partnership with Intelligent Energy, working alongside the LGP 2500 Power Pack. Together this powerful duo produces a clean air alternative to a 5kW diesel generator.
This is a unique opportunity to see hydrogen fuel cell products in action and find out how TCP is using clean air technology to enable tools, lighting, CCTV and welfare units to be powered off-grid without harmful emissions.
Visit TCP at RailWorx stand RJ1