Transportation

AHG supplies a wide range of industrial gases and gas solutions to transportation industries that range from aviation to automotive to shipbuilding.

Automotive

AHG offers our products, services, and technical expertise to improve quality, reduce costs, and increase the efficiency of the automotive industry. With the increasing challenges in safety, fuel efficiency, and reliability, now more than ever, competitiveness is at an all-time high. And we at AHG understand this and can help give your operation the edge it needs to succeed.

Aviation

When aircrafts reach high altitudes, the pilots will require oxygen to avoid the effects of hypoxia. Therefore, both pressurized and non-pressurized aircraft will always require an oxygen supply to rely on. Non-pressurized aircraft will only require the use of their oxygen supply when climbing over a certain altitude, while pressurized aircraft will require the oxygen system only when there is an issue with their pressurization system.

AHG is a Saudi Arabian General Authority for Civil Aviation (GACA) approved station for the filling and maintenance of aviation-grade Oxygen and their respective cylinders. AHG’s repair facility is also authorized by the United States Department of Transportation (DOT) for inspection, testing, Hydrostatic testing, and commissioning of aviation cylinders.

Hydrogen Fuel Cells

Hydrogen fuel cell technology turns hydrogen into electricity in a non-polluting, quieter, and more efficient process than gasoline and diesel engines. Because hydrogen is abundant, efficient, can be produced from renewable sources, and does not produce any emissions, it is constantly referred to as the fuel of the future. Significant advances have been made in the use of multiple hydrogen applications. Fuel cell technology has advanced to a point where hydrogen can become a cost-effective alternative to fossil fuels.

AHG believes in a hydrogen-fueled future. This is why AHG is currently supplying and supporting the first and only Hydrogen Fueling station in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, with the belief that this is only the beginning.