Agfa launches new high-performance membrane to lower hydrogen production costs

Belgium-based Agfa has launched its new high-performance membrane for advanced alkaline electrolysis which should support the lowered of costs for green hydrogen production.

The new Zirfon UTP 200 membrane has excellent durability, and its low resistivity allows for the highest yield of hydrogen production, setting yet another standard for advanced alkaline electrolysis.

The membrane adds to the existing UTP 500+ and UTP 500 membranes in Agfa’s portfolio, as recently revealed in a report by the Fraunhofer Institute, their use makes alkaline electrolysis (AEL) the most efficient technology for hydrogen production.

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