Explore the pros and cons of high and low compressibility in carbon papers. Understand how compressibility affects density, resistance, strength, and conformability for various applications. Make informed decisions with this comprehensive guide
The manufacturing process of our LINQCELLTM carbon-based gas diffusion (or porous transport) layers involves three major steps: (1) paper wet laying, (2) carbonization, and (3) graphitization. During the wet paper […]
In our previous blog article, we highlighted that gas diffusion layers (GDLs) are commonly available in various thicknesses. Interestingly, electrolyzers tend to utilize thicker GDLs, while fuel cells typically require […]
Gas Diffusion layers evenly distribute the gases produced during electrolysis and enable the efficient operation of the electrolyzer.
Carbon papers as gas diffusion layers are a popular solution for fuel cell and electrolyzer applications since they can be manufactured at high volumes (scalability) and low thicknesses. But how are they made? Click here to find out.
Reduce electrolyzer production costs by optimizing material properties and manufacturing processes.
Carbon papers can replace sintered titanium and drastically reduce the Bill of materials.
Since the term “Spectracarb” continues to bring many customers to CAPLINQ’s website, we are often asked if CAPLINQ manufactures Spectracarb and what is the relationship between Spectracarb and CAPLINQ. This section […]
As our LINQCELL Graphitized Carbon Paper and Panels grow in popularity for use as current collectors and gas diffusion layers in both fuel cells and electrolyzers, we are getting more […]