ISO 14687
Hydrogen Fuel Product Specification
Published
International


 

Organization

International Organization for Standardization (ISO)

Technical Committee No. 197 Hydrogen Technologies


Identification

Part 1: ISO 14687-1 

All applications except proton exchange membrane (PEM) fuel cells for motor vehicles

 

Part 2: ISO 14687-2 Proton exchange membrane (PEM) fuel cell applications for road vehicles

 

 Part 3: ISO 14687-3

Proton exchange membrane (PEM) fuel cell applications for stationary applications

 


Scope

Part 1 This international standard specifies the quantity characteristics of hydrogen fuel in order to assure uniformity of the hydrogen product as produced and distributed for utilization in vehicular, appliance or other fueling applications.

This standard applies to all modes of transportation and hydrogen fueling applications (ground, water, air and space).

Part 2 This standard specifies the quality characteristics of hydrogen fuel in order to ensure uniformity of the hydrogen product as dispensed for utilization in proton exchange membrane (PEM) fuel cell road vehicle systems.

Part 3 This international standard specifies the quantity characteristics of hydrogen fuel in order to assure uniformity of the hydrogen product for utilization in stationary proton exchange membrane (PEM) fuel cell power systems.

This standard covers stationary PEM fuel cell power systems that are connected and fixed in place, and is applicable to:

  • Distributed power generation,
  • Back-up power generation,
  • Remote power generation,
  • Power generation for telecom applications, and
  • Cogeneration for residential and commercial applications.

This standard applies when the supplier and the system manufacturer agree on the hydrogen specification as described herein.  This standard does not apply in micro, portable and motive applications


Status

Part 1:

Published 1999 as ISO 14687-1:1999. Corrigenda 1 published in 2001 and 2 in 2008.  

 

Part 2

The 1st edition was published as a Technical Specification (TS) in 2008. A 2nd edition of this standard was published in December 2012 as an ISO standard; ISO 14687-2: 2012.

 

Part 3:

Published July 2014 as ISO 14687-3:2014.

 

A revision, to be published as ISO 14687, by TC197 Working Group 27, is underway to combine 14687-1, 14687-2 and 14687-3. It is a Final Draft international Standard (FDIS) stage.