Tech Talk

How low ion leaching PPS thermoplastics help
to control Fuel Cell power output degradation

Today, PPS is trusted by industry-leading manufacturers and Tier1s worldwide in offering the lowest ion leaching and best strength and toughness retention in hydrolytic environment to ensure fuel cell systems are efficient, have a long life, and are safe and reliable.
During this techtalk you will learn more about:

  • Mechanism and data that show how lead ions from thermoplastic construction materials used in e.g. manifold and end-plate of a fuel cell, affect its power output degradation.
  • The interplay between ion leaching and the retention of the mechanical properties of our PPS grade upon hydrolysis.
  • Envalior’s actvitity to detect, control and measure the effect of Volatic Organic Compound (VOC) emissions from the thermoplastics used.

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