0.1 mg/cm² 40% Platinum on Vulcan - Alkaline Cloth Electrode

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A low-cost electrode with great performance for anion exchange membrane fuel cells. It can also be used for alkaline fuel cells or batteries with liquid electrolyte (flow-through or static). This electrode is comprised of a woven carbon cloth substrate and a carbon supported platinum electrocatalyst. This loading is designed for cost sensitive applications where platinum catalyst still plays a primary role in the electrochemical system without compromising the performance. Use of Fumion dispersion within the electrocatalyst layer greatly improves the hydroxyl ion conductivity for the anode and cathode electrochemical reactions and hence superb reaction kinetics. The first of its kind in the fuel cell and battery industries.

The Gas Diffusion Layer (GDL) used is a low cost standard carbon cloth with MPL, which is 365 microns thick. Other GDL materials are also available by custom request, as are custom sizes and catalyst loadings.

Includes Fumion post-coat for improved hydroxyl ion transfer at the interphase of membrane and electrode.  Fumion anion exchange ionomer is in the bromide form and it needs to be converted to hydroxide form before its testing.

Do you use liquid alkaline electrolyte or liquid fuel in your application? We can engineer our catalyzed alkaline electrodes for your custom needs. Please use our contact us form for your customized needs and don't forget to provide some more details about yourself and your application so we can contact you. 

Catalyst Properties
Catalyst Type 40% Platinum on Vulcan (Carbon)
Loading 0.1 mg/cm²
Fuel Cell Properties
Application Anion Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells
Gas Diffusion Layer Properties
Material Type Woven Carbon Fiber Cloth
Thickness 0.365 +/- 0.015 mm (365 +/- 15 microns)
Basic Weight (g/m²) 175 +/- 5
Air Permeability (s) < 27
Electrical Resistivity (through plane) < 14 mΩcm²
PTFE Treatment 30 wt%
Microporous Layer Yes, on catalyzed side

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