In this work, the (Zr-Ti)(Fe-Cr)2 based compounds have been synthesized while charging-discharging hydrogen ability has been examined. Relatively low hydrogen pressure has been used for the hydrogenation of the samples. After following the discharging procedure, a high desorbed amount of hydrogen ~180 (ml of H2)/(gr of the alloy) has been measured on the first 15 min by using a volumetric device. The crystal structure has been analyzed by means of x-ray diffraction (XRD) while a Rietveld analysis has been performed on the x-ray diffraction patterns and the characteristic MgZn2 type of structure has found to be the dominant phase in both compounds. The scanning electron microscopy (SEM) and energy dispersive x-ray analysis (EDX) have been used for microstructural studies and quantitative analysis, respectively. Magnetic measurements have been performed on the samples and a paramagnetic behaviour has found to be at room temperature.