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PEMION PF1-HLF8-15 represents a fundamental shift in the approach to proton exchange technology through its migration from perfluorosulfonic acid (PFSA) chemistry to hydrocarbon materials, providing substantially lower gas crossover and addressing PFAS-related environmental and end-of-life issues at considerably higher performance. Pemion® enables major efficiency and performance gains, while aligning with needs of the renewable economy. It is the only environmentally friendly option on the market.
Produced on reinforcement at thicknesses competitive to leading PFSA membranes in the industry, Pemion® provides leading conductance and durability without compromise. For use in fuel cell applications including heavy duty transport & automotive, hydrocarbon based.
Pemion® membrane and ionomer offers several advantages over incumbent perfluorinated materials to increase the efficiency, versatility, and lifetime of fuel cell engines, including: lower gas crossover for increases to range and the lifetimes of both membrane and catalyst; higher proton conductivity for additional gains to efficiency and power density; significantly greater temperature stability to enable many system design benefits; & a substantially easier end-of-life precious metal recovery, reducing costs & eliminating the environmental concerns specific to acidic perfluorinated compounds.
This is a proprietary product from Ionomr, therefore, we require a signed NDA between the end customer and Ionomr before we are able to ship out the material, either for commercial use, or research.
This is done to prevent reverse engineering and public disclosure. The NDA does not restrict patenting anything, but does include the physical materials and their composition as confidential which prevents specific disclosure in a patent or otherwise but not calling out use of an AEM including Aemion by trade name. The test results are included as confidential information, and require approval from both parties to disclose. We are not concerned about blocking any publications, but would typically advise if we believe better results can be achieved.
We have a more explicit MTA (Materials Transfer Agreement) we use with academic/research organizations which outlines more detail around materials IP and publication.Please find the NDA here and fill it in when contacting us for quotations.