Output 110W - 12V
Inverter 400W - 230V
Methanol 20 l/Unit
Battery capacity 38Ah
Consumption 22,2 KWh/20 l Methanol

The Danhydra fuel cells, are developed with the specific purpose, to keep temporary avaiation lights powered in an environmental and cost efficent manner and is built inside custom made flight cases for optimum protection and durability.

 The system runs on methanol, which means it can be used for indoor as well as outdoor workspaces, such as wind turbine towers, containers and service cars.

 

Monitor the condition of your power generator and avoid unnoticed down-time of your aviation lighting.

  • Increase tranparency by installing fuel cells with up to 12 weeks operation time.
  • Inspect only when needed due to remote monitoring.
  • Reduce the risk of theft or tampering of your power generator by installing fuel cells inside the tower on-site.

 

 

Reduce emissions and pollution.

  • 100% reduction of diesel consumption and low CO2 emissions
  • Reduce noise pollution in nature.
  • Eliminate contamination due to spill and overflow of diesel


The only waste generated from this process is heat and water vapor with a little carbon dioxide. This is extraordinarily environmentally friendly.


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Reduce field visits and minimize polution

Fuel cells are monitored remotely and runs on methanol.
This results in fewer site visits and a 100% emission free operation.

Aviation lighting

Monitor the condition of your power generator and avoid unnoticed down-time or unnecessary field visits
-Reduce field visits by installing fuel cells with long operation time
-Stop using diesel generators and eliminate emissions
-100% reduction of diesel consumption
-Reduce noise pollution in nature
-Reduce the risk of theft or tampering of your power generation for aviation lighting – start using emission free fuel cells and install the inside the tower on-site