Fuel Cell Catalyst Coating
A fuel cell works much like an electric battery, converting chemical energy into electrical energy using the movement of charged hydrogen ions across an electrolyte membrane to generate current. There they recombine with oxygen to produce water – a fuel cell’s only emission, alongside hot air.
Although less efficient than electric batteries, today’s fuel cells compare favourably with internal combustion engine technology, which converts fuel into kinetic energy at roughly 25 per cent efficiency. A fuel cell, by contrast, can mix hydrogen with air to produce electricity at up to 60 per cent efficiency.
Fuel cell catalyst coating systems are particularly suitable for these challenging applications by creating highly uniform, repeatable and durable coatings. From R&D to production, our anti-clogging technology can better control coating properties, significantly reduce material usage, and reduce maintenance and downtime. Ultrasonic spraying of other metal alloys, including platinum, nickel, iridium and ruthenium-based fuel cell catalyst coatings of metal oxide suspensions, can be used to manufacture PEM fuel cells, polymer electrolyte membrane (PEM) electrolyzers, and DMFC (direct methanol fuel). Battery) and SOFC (Solid Oxide Fuel Cell) can maximize load and battery efficiency.
Ultrasonic Fuel Cell Coating Video
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