As a large-scale supplier of tank systems, we have a great deal of experience in designing and manufacturing high-pressure tank systems to meet specific customer requirements. We are happy to walk you through the entire process, from specifying requirements and engineering the systems all the way to approval. Our experienced team will work closely with you to find the best solution for your needs—for buses, trucks, trains, construction vehicles, and other mobile applications.

  • Can be operated with hydrogen, CNG, or other gases
  • Compatible with different technologies: can incorporate cylinders from major manufacturers (e.g. Type II, III, or IV, various volumes)
  • All common pressure stages possible
    (e.g. 200 bar/CNG, 350 bar/hydrogen)
  • Fitted with electric, high-pressure, and low-pressure interfaces upon request
  • optional: installation of a pressure regulator unit (PRU)
  • Tier-1 or Tier-2 supply
  • Over 30 years’ experience with high-pressure systems
  • Compliant with the applicable European directives and regulations


Sales Team WyTanksystems


Sales Team WyTanksystems

Selected references

We design and manufacture our tank systems exactly the way our customers want us to. We’d like to provide you with an overview of some of our projects to date.

Alstom Coradia iLint

Alstom’s Coradia iLint is the world’s first passenger train powered by a hydrogen fuel cell. As a systems supplier, we provide this project with pre-assembled components, which we develop and manufacture in-house precisely for the specific space requirements. Two fuel tank compositions (FTCs), each consisting of four modules plus a control system, are installed in each railcar. With a full tank, the Coradia iLint has a range of around 1,000 kilometers.
Further information – link to press release.

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Hylix B

The Hylix-B field testing project involves the development of a fully electric truck prototype with a total weight of 26 metric tons and powered by a fuel-cell drive. The aim of the project is to research the practicality, economic viability, and social acceptance of using fuel-cell technology in trucks. It is funded by the Ministry of the Environment, Climate Protection and Energy Sector Baden-Württemberg. The truck’s hydrogen tank system comprises five 350 liter cylinders, providing capacity for about 40 kilograms of hydrogen at a pressure stage of 350 bar.