Energy Storage

Energy Storage

Space Exploration

Space Exploration

Hydrogen Fuel Cells

Hydrogen Fuel Cells

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Cone Synchronizer

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Torque Converter

Fishing Reels

Fishing Reels

Energy      Storage

Energy Storage

Cone Synchronizer

Cone Synchronizer

Space Exploration

Space Exploration

Torque Converter

Torque Converter

Hydrogen Fuel Cells

Hydrogen Fuel Cells

Fishing Reels

Fishing Reels

Energy      Storage

Energy Storage

Cone Synchronizer

Cone Synchronizer

Space Exploration

Space Exploration

Torque Converter

Torque Converter

Hydrogen Fuel Cells

Hydrogen Fuel Cells

Fishing Reels

Fishing Reels

Fuel Cells

Fuel Cells are electrochemical cells that generate both heat and electricity from clean hydrogen fuel, leaving only clean, liquid water as a byproduct. As a zero emission energy technology based on renewable fuel, it holds promise as a solution to the world’s energy problems in transportation and power generation.

Providing Clean Energy Solutions

At the heart of the fuel cell, a component called a gas diffusion layer (GDL) conveys gases into the cell, transports water out of the cell, while conducting electricity within the fuel cell. It is a carefully engineered component that can have a dramatic influence on performance, and can make or break the stability of fuel cell operation.

AvCarb has invested millions of dollars in the improvement of this technology, and the end result is a wide portfolio of products, used in high volume by fuel cell manufacturers worldwide. Today, AvCarb® GDL products can be found in tens of thousands of hydrogen fuel cell stacks around the world, in both stationary and transportation applications.”

FUEL CELL TYPES

TRANSPORTATION FUEL CELLS

Imagine a car, SUV, or truck that performs like a conventional vehicle with a 300-400 mile range, a fuel tank that can be filled up in three - five minutes, and emits zero emissions except for water vapor – that’s today’s fuel cell vehicle (FCV).  Fuel cells utilize hydrogen to produce electricity through a chemical process, without combustion. FCVs are up to three times more efficient than conventional vehicles, and when renewable sources of energy are used to produce hydrogen, FCVs are the most efficient mode of transportation on Earth.

STATIONARY FUEL CELLS

Stationary fuel cells generate electricity through an electrochemical reaction, providing clean, efficient and reliable off-grid power to homes, businesses, telecommunications networks, utilities, and others.  Many companies around the world are adopting fuel cells for primary and backup power including Honda, Adobe, Apple, AT&T, CBS, Coca-Cola, Cox Communications, Delmarva Power, eBay, Google, Microsoft, Target and Walmart, among others. Stationary fuel cells are quiet and have very low emissions, so they can be installed nearly anywhere. These systems provide onsite power directly to customers without the efficiency losses of long-range grid transmission.  Stationary fuel cell systems also take up much less space in proportion to other clean energy technologies.

FUEL CELL TYPES

TRANSPORTATION FUEL CELLS

Imagine a car, SUV, or truck that performs like a conventional vehicle with a 300-400 mile range, a fuel tank that can be filled up in three - five minutes, and emits zero emissions except for water vapor – that’s today’s fuel cell vehicle (FCV).  Fuel cells utilize hydrogen to produce electricity through a chemical process, without combustion. FCVs are up to three times more efficient than conventional vehicles, and when renewable sources of energy are used to produce hydrogen, FCVs are the most efficient mode of transportation on Earth.

STATIONARY FUEL CELLS

Stationary fuel cells generate electricity through an electrochemical reaction, providing clean, efficient and reliable off-grid power to homes, businesses, telecommunications networks, utilities, and others.  Many companies around the world are adopting fuel cells for primary and backup power including Honda, Adobe, Apple, AT&T, CBS, Coca-Cola, Cox Communications, Delmarva Power, eBay, Google, Microsoft, Target and Walmart, among others. Stationary fuel cells are quiet and have very low emissions, so they can be installed nearly anywhere. These systems provide onsite power directly to customers without the efficiency losses of long-range grid transmission.  Stationary fuel cell systems also take up much less space in proportion to other clean energy technologies.

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Fax: 978-934-7950