FREMONT, Calif.—Oorja Protonics says its OorjaPac methanol fuel cell now meets the CE directive for low voltage equipment.
The company’s fuel cell is an alcohol-based fuel cell that continuously charges batteries on material handling vehicles. By eliminating battery swapping and rapid charging, the OorjaPac lets companies increase the productivity of their material handling fleets, reduce their facility’s CO2 emissions and eliminate all SOx, NOx, mercury, and ash emissions produced from coal-based grid power.
The OorjaPac fuel cell was tested for compliance with European Union directives and standards. The tests for electrostatic discharge, conducted emissions, radiated emissions and conducted immunity were conducted by a CE-certified independent authorized testing laboratory.
“We design and test the OorjaPac to meet important international standards. This gives our customers the benefit of knowing that the OorjaPac will work flawlessly in their facilities and will provide substantial value,” says John Fulton, vice president of quality at Oorja Protonics.