Hydrogen is a colorless, odorless, and highly flammable gas that is the lightest element on the periodic table. At Ace Gases, we produce hydrogen using various methods, including steam methane reforming and electrolysis.

Steam methane reforming is the most commonly used method for producing hydrogen. This process involves reacting natural gas with steam to produce hydrogen and carbon monoxide. The resulting gas mixture is processed further to remove impurities and separate the hydrogen gas. Electrolysis is another method of producing hydrogen, which involves splitting water molecules into hydrogen and oxygen using an electric current. Biomass gasification involves heating organic matter in the absence of oxygen to have a gas mixture that can be further processed to extract hydrogen gas.

Hydrogen has various applications in different fields, including the chemical industry, energy production, transportation, and metal fabrication. In the chemical industry, hydrogen is used as a feedstock for the production of ammonia, methanol, and other chemicals. In energy production, hydrogen can be used as a fuel for power generation in fuel cells, which produce electricity by combining hydrogen and oxygen. It can also be used as a fuel for transportation, either in fuel cell vehicles or by burning it in an internal combustion engine.

In the metal fabrication industry, hydrogen is used as a shielding gas in welding and other applications. Additionally, hydrogen has unique properties that make it useful in scientific research, such as its ability to diffuse rapidly and its low molecular weight.

Hydrogen gas is highly combustible and requires careful handling. It has low ignition energy and a wide flammability range, making it a potential safety hazard if not properly stored and transported. At Ace Gases, we have the expertise and experience to handle hydrogen safely and deliver it to our customers in a reliable and efficient manner.

Ace Gases supplies hydrogen through different modes of delivery depending on the customer’s needs. For small quantities, hydrogen can be supplied in cylinders ranging from 2 to 50 liters in size. For larger volumes, hydrogen can be supplied in tube trailers or ISO containers. Ace Gases also offers on-site hydrogen generation through various technologies such as water electrolysis, steam methane reforming, and partial oxidation. These technologies enable the production of high-purity hydrogen with a range of purities depending on the customer’s specifications. On-site generation can be particularly advantageous for customers who require a continuous supply of hydrogen, have a high demand for the gas, or are located in remote areas. Ace Gases can also provide technical support and equipment maintenance for on-site hydrogen generators to ensure reliable operation.


Energy production

Hydrogen can be used as a fuel in fuel cells to generate electricity. When hydrogen is combined with oxygen in a fuel cell, the chemical reaction produces electricity, water, and heat. This process is highly efficient and produces zero emissions.


Hydrogen can also be used as a fuel for vehicles. Fuel cell vehicles (FCVs) use hydrogen to power an electric motor, producing only water as a byproduct. Hydrogen can also be used as a fuel for internal combustion engines.

Chemical production

Hydrogen is used in the production of a wide range of chemicals, including ammonia, methanol, and hydrogen peroxide. These chemicals are used in many industrial processes and are essential for the production of various consumer products.

Metal production

Hydrogen is used in the production of metals such as steel and copper. It is also used in the production of electronic components, such as semiconductors.

Food industry

Hydrogen is used in the food industry to hydrogenate vegetable oils, which converts them into solid fats such as margarine.


Hydrogen is used as a propellant in rockets and as a coolant in aircraft engines.