2.0 mg/cm² Platinum Black - Alkaline Paper Electrode (3215)

2.0 mg/cm² Platinum Black - Alkaline Paper Electrode (3215)
Brand: FuelCellsEtc
Product Code: 2-PtB-3215-AK
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Price: $742.00
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The most cost effective and high performance electrode engineered for anion exchange membrane fuel cells. It can also be used for alkaline fuel cells or with liquid electrolyte (flow-through or static). This electrode is comprised of a carbon paper substrate and platinum black electrocatalyst. At 2 mg/cm2 of platinum loading, this electrode has 4-times the loading of the standard loading and is used in electrochemical systems requiring higher performance levels that can be achieved with lower loadings of supported catalysts. Use of Fumion dispersion within the electrocatalyst layer greatly improves the hydroxyl ion conductivity for the anode and cathode electrochemical reactions and hence superb reaction kinetics. The first of its kind in the fuel cell and battery industries.

The Gas Diffusion Layer (GDL) used is a PTFE treated carbon paper with MPL that is designed for high performance fuel cell applications, which is 200 microns thick. PTFE treatment on the base fabric and MPL layer makes this substrate ideally suited for anion exchange membrane fuel cells, alkaline fuel cells, or battery applications using liquid electrolytes and gaseous reactants.

Features Include:

  • 2.0 mg/cm² Platinum Black - Alkaline Paper Electrode on our PTFE treated carbon paper with MPL
  • Fumion Post Coat for improved hydroxyl ion transfer at the interphase of membrane and electrode 
  • Size Available: 20 x 30 cm 
Thickness (um) .200 mm (200 microns)
Fiber Type Carbon Fiber Paper (Base material is AvCarb EP40)
Break Strength Cross Machine Direction 5.0 MPa
Nominal Base Weight 60 g/m²
Stiffness Machine Direction 12.0 Taber
Compressibility ((22N - 113N)/22 x 100%) 10.0%
PTFE Treated Yes
Micro Porous Layer (MPL) Yes, on one side
Type Platinum Black
Loading 2.0 mg/cm²