A lot of research and development goes into making and adjusting the parameters of a successful fuel cell test, but to make sure it all comes together you need a high-quality single cell testing platform that will give consistent results after each use.
To achieve commercial acceptance, long-term stability testing is critical to demonstrate improved durability of protective coatings. Nexceris has successfully developed a suite of coatings to provide improved high-temperature protection to metallic components used in solid-oxide fuel cells (SOFC).
fuelcellmaterials will take part in the 2017 Fuel Cell Seminar & Energy Exposition in Long Beach, California on November 7-9. […]
Hydrogen gas is a common component in laboratory activities. This article details the hydrogen safety practices we use in our fuel cell lab. […]
In the development of solid-oxide fuel cells, high-performance coatings are essential to successful commercialization. Electrode coating technologies […]
After more than 5½ years on test, fuelcellmaterials’ ChromLok interconnect coating has passed the 50,000 hour lifetime milestone […]
One of the most important steps to get right when building your stack or performing single cell testing is the sealing process […]
fuelcellmaterials offers a variety of substrate components for the development of solid oxide fuel cells. Gadolinium Doped Ceria (GDC or...
The World Smart Energy Week has come and gone for another year. For the FC Expo, this marked the 13th...
Raising the Bar for Interconnect Protection by Lowering the Temperature As developers look to enhance SOFC performance and extend stack...