SARRALLE's commitment to sustainable steel production takes a significant leap with its Hydrogen Technologies, developed in collaboration with industry leaders such as "Nippon Gases" for hydrogen-ready combustion and "Elogen" for green hydrogen generation. This strategic partnership underscores SARRALLE's dedication to advancing eco-friendly practices within its Steel Melting Plant.



  • Hydrogen-Ready Burner Technology: In collaboration with "Nippon Gases," SARRALLE introduces hydrogen-ready burner technology for ladle preheaters, tundish preheaters, and electric arc furnaces. These burners exhibit dual functionality, operational on both natural gas (NG) and hydrogen (H2), providing versatility across the entire range. The dual-fuel capability extends to other fuels such as coke oven gas (COG) and liquefied petroleum gas (LPG), offering operational flexibility during the transition to hydrogen-based processes.


  • Oxy-Combustion Based Technologies: SARRALLE's hydrogen technologies include oxy-combustion-based innovations. These technologies not only enable a significant reduction in fuel consumption but also facilitate a shift towards sustainability by allowing zero carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions when operated with hydrogen. Furthermore, the implementation of oxy-combustion contributes to near-zero nitrogen oxide (NOx) emissions, aligning with environmental standards and regulations.


  • PEM (Proton Exchange Membrane) Technology: Through collaboration with "Elogen," SARRALLE adopts Proton Exchange Membrane (PEM) technology for green hydrogen generation. This advanced technology ensures high flexibility with larger global efficiency, providing an optimal solution for efficient and environmentally conscious hydrogen production.


  • Modular Solutions: SARRALLE's commitment to efficiency extends to its hydrogen generation technologies, featuring modular solutions in collaboration with "Elogen." These modular designs not only enhance operational flexibility but also optimize the overall plant footprint, promoting resource efficiency and sustainable practices.


In conclusion, by embracing hydrogen-ready combustion and green hydrogen generation, SARRALLE continues to spearhead environmentally conscious initiatives, paving the way for a greener and more sustainable future in the steel industry.