PolyFuel announces “drop in” hydrocarbon fuel cell membranes

April 12, 2005 — PolyFuel Inc., a developer of engineered membranes for fuel cells, announced a new version of its hydrocarbon membrane for portable applications that is a “drop-in” replacement for the fluorocarbon membranes used in existing fuel cell membrane electrode assembly (MEA) manufacturing processes.

PolyFuel says its new “hot-bondable” membrane permits manufacturers to substitute its hydrocarbon membrane in fabrication processes originally designed for Nafion, a flourocarbon product.


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