LINQCELL GDL1900 | 1.9mm Carbon Plate

Harmonization Code : 6815.11.00.00 |   Articles of stone or of other mineral substances, not elsewhere specified or included; Non-electrical articles of graphite or other carbon; Carbon fibres and articles of carbon fibres
Main features
  • 1.9mm - 1900um - 74.8mil
  • Alternative to 7590
  • Graphitized Carbon Plate

Product Description

LINQCELL GDL1900 is a  graphitized carbon plate that boasts a through-plane resistance of less than 17 mΩcm2. With a thickness of 2.2mm ±0.2mm (@50 kpa), it delivers optimal performance in fuel cells and electrolyzers as an electrode, gas diffusion layer, or porous transport layer.

One of the unique features of LINQCELL GDL1900 is its density of ±0.6-0.75 g/cm3 and through-plane resistivity of <90mΩ-cm, which results in a voltage loss of only 30mV. This ensures reliable and efficient performance in high-performance fuel cells and electrolyzers.

In addition, its high compressibility and porosity make it an excellent choice for optimal reactant transport to the catalyst layer, ensuring the best possible performance in various fuel cell applications. Its low electrical resistance, high thermal conductivity, and durability also make it ideal for use as a Porous Transport Layer (PTL) in PEM electrolyzers, PEMFCs, and PAFCs.

LINQCELL GDL1900 is a high-performance carbon paper that offers unique features and specifications suitable for fuel cells and electrolyzers. Its low electrical resistance, high thermal conductivity, compressibility, and porosity make it an ideal choice for various fuel cell and electrolyzer applications.

Product Family
20 X 20 cm

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Technical Specifications

General Properties
Basis Weight
Basis Weight
Basis weight refers to the weight measured in pounds off 500 sheets of paper in that paper’s basic sheet size.
1550 g/m2
Total Thickness
Total Thickness
Total thickness is taking into account all the films, coatings, adhesives, release liners and special layers and is the maximum thickness of a film or tape.
1900 μm
Electrical Properties
Through Plane Resistivity
Through Plane Resistivity
Resistance of the amount of current through a material
110 mΩcm
TP Resistance
TP Resistance
Opposition to the flow of electric current.
17 mΩcm2
Voltage loss 35 mV