Amarinth obtains Fit for Hydrogen and Carbon Capture certification

Centrifugal pump manufacturer Amarinth is one of the first organisations to secure the UK’s Fit for Hydrogen and Carbon Capture, Usage and Storage (F4H2 + CCUS) certification.

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F4H2 + CCUS certification, modelled on the established Fit For Nuclear (F4N) standard, assesses a company’s readiness to supply the expanding sectors of hydrogen production and carbon capture.

A pilot F4H2 + CCUS programme, launched in 2022, selected Amarinth among a group of 30 companies out of 90 initial applicants. Originating from the Nuclear Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (Nuclear AMRC), the F4H2 + CCUS programme aligns with the industry's demand for quality-driven, environmentally conscious solutions.

Oliver Brigginshaw, managing director of Amarinth, said: “We have been developing our presence in the hydrogen and carbon capture markets over the past few years, and being one of the first companies to achieve F4H2 + CCUS certification underlines our commitment to these sustainable industries.”