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Ionomr releases hydrocarbon-based membrane technology for heavy-duty fuel cell applications
© Ionomr Innovations
Ionomr releases hydrocarbon-based membrane technology for heavy-duty fuel cell applications
© Ionomr Innovations

Ionomr releases hydrocarbon-based membrane technology for heavy-duty fuel cell applications

Canadian-based Ionomr Innovations has released its new hydrocarbon-based proton exchange membrane (PEM) and polymer, which it says could be revolutionary for green hydrogen fuel cell applications in heavy-duty industry.

Dubbed Pemion™, the material is set to be used in large fuel cell applications including heavy-duty transport, automotive, and stationary power, offering what the company says is superior chemical and mechanical stability, conductivity, durability, and efficiency, contributing to the reduced unit cost of the fuel cell.

Ionomr has said Pemion is more environmentally friendly than more conventional fluorinated membrane and polymer technology, thanks to its decreased reliance on increasingly regulated materials, which also enables lower-cost recycling.

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