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).
Remember MS&T 2018 in Columbus, Ohio? No?! Well, all of us at fuelcellmaterials want you to remember what we talked about and fueled up your brain a bit.
Nexceris was honored to give a presentation at the 13th European SOFC & SOE Forum on our development of various SOFC interfaces created by aerosol-spray deposition. Our Director of Materials Science, Neil Kidner, recently gave a talk on July 4th at the conference, which is held every two years in beautiful Luzern, Switzerland.
SOFC Industry Leader Reaches Mass Production with Technology Transfer of Nexceris’ ChromLokTM Interconnect Coating
Nexceris worked closely with the customer to demonstrate the applicability of its ChromLokTM SOFC interconnect coating technology […]
Our parent company, Nexceris, will take part in the 14th FC Expo held at the Big Sight convention center in Tokyo, Japan from February 28th to March 2ndas part of World Smart Energy Week.
Learn how this aluminization coating has successfully increased coking resistance by greater than 10X over a baseline coating and improves cell degradation […]
In the development of solid-oxide fuel cells, high-performance coatings are essential to successful commercialization. Electrode coating technologies […]