Membranes

The separating layer in a fuel cell that acts as electrolyte (an ion-exchanger) as well as a barrier film separating the gases in the anode and cathode compartments of the fuel cell.

Amsen Technologies

1684 S Research Loop, Tucson, AZ, United States

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i-2-m

1053 E Whitaker Mill Rd, Raleigh, NC, United States

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Inorganic Specialists, Inc.

965 Capstone Dr., Miamisburg, OH, 45343

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ZTEK Corporation

300 West Cummings Park, Woburn, MA, United States

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Trenergi Corporation

101 Constitution Blvd, Franklin, MA, United States

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Toray Carbon Fibers America, Inc.

700 Parker Square Road, Flower Mound, TX, United States

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Siemens Power Generation, Inc.

501 Grant Street, Pittsburgh, PA, United States

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Mott Corporation

84 Spring Lane, Farmington, CT, United States

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it4ip

301 Grant Street, Pittsburgh, PA, United States

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Hosokawa Nano Particle Technology

10 Chatham Road, Summit, NJ, United States

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Hitachi Metals America, Ltd.

85 W Algonquin Rd, Arlington Heights, IL, United States

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Gerard Daniel Worldwide

34 Barnhart Drive, Hanover, PA, United States

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Energy Related Devices

127 Eastgate Drive, Los Alamos, NM, United States

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ElectroChem, Inc.

400 West Cummings Park, Woburn, MA, United States

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Chemours

1007 Market Street, San Francisco, CA, United States

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3M Fuel Cell Components

6744 33rd Street North, Oakdale, MN, United States

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Advance Systems, Inc. Green Bay, WI
Advance Systems, Inc. is a world-class manufacturer of dryers used in the converting industry. We specialize in highly technical drying applications that include thin films, reverse osmosis membranes and optic quality films.
ALSO LISTED IN: MEAs, Membranes, Supplier     
UPDATED: January 26, 2017

American Fuel Cell Rochester, NY
American Fuel Cell is developing novel fuel cell technologies in Rochester, NY. Our team is led by Daniel O’Connell and David Wetter, who both have over 30 years of experience in the Automotive/Fuel Cell industry. We plan to take advantage of the exceptional opportunity fuel cells provide to generate clean, efficient electricity, zero emissions, high power density, fast refill times, and many other benefits for multiple applications. AFC's unique chemical formulations, system level optimization experience, exceptional process know-how, and access to high speed - thin film - manufacturing equipment will allow us to produce a high quality - low cost Membrane Electrode Assembly (MEA) for multiple fuel cell applications.
UPDATED: August 16, 2017

Amsen Technologies Tucson, AZ
Fuel cell technology can provide an alternative means for storing energy, both in stationary sources and in transportation, but its current reliance on precious metals can make it cost prohibitive for many applications. Fuel cell manufacturing would benefit from developing higher-performance polymer electrolyte membranes utilizing non-precious metal catalysts. Amsen Technologies is developing such membranes, which it thinks can serve as an alternative to Nafion and other expensive membranes used in fuel cells today.
ALSO LISTED IN: Developer, Electrolyzer, Membranes     
UPDATED: August 16, 2017

DOW Philadelphia, PA
Dow is a global chemical company with businesses in a range of markets internationally.
ALSO LISTED IN: MEAs, Membranes, Supplier     
UPDATED: October 10, 2016

The mission of Vehicle Projects Inc (also known as the FuelCell Propulsion Institute) is to serve heavy industry and transport by developing turnkey prototype fuel cell vehicles that address societal problems such as environmental quality, time and energy efficiency, and energy security.
UPDATED: January 26, 2017

Gerard Daniel's electro-chemical meshes are used in fuel cells, batteries, and electrolyzers. Uses for the mesh include membrane or electrode substrates, current collectors, flow field screens, and gas diffusion electrodes. We offer our exclusive ColdBond™ product, which provides performance benefits to the electro-chemical industry that other woven and non-woven products can not offer. With our proprietary ColdBond™ process, wire cloth can be metallurgically bonded so that the wires are welded at their crossover points. This fusing enhances mesh rigidity, improves conductivity and eliminates wire fraying. These properties give woven wire cloth superior processing characteristics in tracking, mechanical strength, and eliminate dangerous sharp edges for handling that are common with expanded and perforated metals. Wire cloth thickness can be precisely controlled to provide very thin material that is ideal for electrodes.
UPDATED: January 31, 2017

In 1994, Gore developed its proprietary reinforced membrane technology, supplying membrane electrode assemblies and membranes for the proton exchange membrane fuel cell industry.
ALSO LISTED IN: MEAs, Membranes, Supplier     
UPDATED: October 10, 2016

i-2-m Raleigh, NC
i-2-m is a spinoff of MANN+HUMMEL, a worldwide leader in filtration.
We offer an advanced ion exchange filter designed for fuel cell and high value applications.
We manufacture our product in Raleigh, North Carolina.
ALSO LISTED IN: Gas Diffusion Layers, Manufacturer, Membranes     
UPDATED: August 16, 2017

Inorganic Specialists, Inc. Miamisburg, OH
Inorganic Specialists produces binderless papers made of carbon nanofibers from Applied Sciences, Inc.

This thin, porous, flexible form of multi-wall nanotubes is a practical and user-friendly substrate, known to have uses in composites, energy, shielding, and as a catalyst host.
ALSO LISTED IN: Gas Diffusion Layers, Membranes, Supplier     
UPDATED: May 15, 2017

it4ip Pittsburgh, PA
it4ip develops and produces membranes and templates based on energetic ion track technology. The company operates in the US through its subsidiary AR Brown-US, LLC.
ALSO LISTED IN: Developer, MEAs, Membranes, Supplier     
UPDATED: January 27, 2017

ZTEK Corporation Woburn, MA
ZTEK is known for its pioneering activities in the field of Solid Oxide Fuel Cell (SOFC) system development. Since 1994, ZTEK has successfully demonstrated a 1kW fuel cell stack, logging 16,000 hours of operation while meeting (and exceeding) its initial performance expectations. A 25kW system with multiple fuel cell stacks and natural gas internal reforming has been developed and is currently in operation, demonstrating reliability of balance-of-plant reforming components. This 25kW system provides the technology basis for ZTEK's commercial-sized systems. A 200kW SOFC/Gas Turbine system is currently under construction.
UPDATED: May 16, 2017