- Hydrogen Fuel Cell solutions
Collaboration and partnership are fundamental values at Dinex. We actively engage with fuel cell manufacturers, research institutions, and industry leaders to foster innovation and drive the advancement of fuel cell technology. By working together, we can accelerate the commercialization and adoption of fuel cells worldwide, bringing clean and efficient energy to a variety of sectors and applications.
3- to 7-layer Membrane Electrode Assembleys (MEAs)
Fuel cells have emerged as a game-changing solution for clean and efficient energy conversion, and our focus lies specifically on catalyst coated membranes. These membranes play a critical role in fuel cell operation, facilitating the electrochemical reactions that convert hydrogen and oxygen into electricity and heat. As a leading provider of CCMs, we are revolutionizing the performance and durability of fuel cells, unlocking their full potential for a wide range of applications.
At Dinex, our team of skilled researchers, engineers, and technicians work tirelessly to develop cutting-edge catalyst formulations and coating processes. We are constantly pushing the boundaries of fuel cell technology, seeking to optimize performance, increase efficiency, and enhance the lifespan of fuel cells. Through rigorous testing and continuous improvement, we ensure that our CCMs meet the highest quality standards and deliver exceptional results in real-world applications.
Our dedication to sustainability extends beyond the development of CCMs. We strive to create a positive impact on the environment and society as a whole. By enabling the widespread adoption of fuel cells, we contribute to a cleaner, greener future, reducing greenhouse gas emissions and dependence on fossil fuels. From transportation and industrial applications to residential and portable power solutions, our catalyst coated membranes pave the way for a sustainable energy landscape.
Dinex coating process optimization
Slurry/Ink with optimized dispersion:
- Influence the 3-phase boundary between catalyst particles, ionomer and gas phases
Optimize the accessibility of catalyst particles
- Higher activity
- Increased durability
- Lower catalyst loading