|Place of Origin:||China|
|Model Number:||N117 N116W|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||50pcs|
|Packaging Details:||plastic bag and carton|
|Delivery Time:||3-10 days|
|Payment Terms:||T/T Prepaid|
Electrolysis of water to produce hydrogen pfsa membrane, PEM N116W , N117
N Perfluorinated Proton-exchange membrane made by our own advanced machine. N is a new kind of PEM. N is made by a new resin flow technology. This new technology can combine With adulterate technology. Thus N has many outstanding features, It not only has the high tensile strength, high selection, isotropy , high conductance; but also has the effect of self-humidifying and with low
Linear Expansion.It has outstanding features as the solid electrolyte Membrane.
It is very suitable for Fuel cell, vanadium redox batteries, electrolyzer, electrodialysis,
N115 117 is suitable for producing soda caustic with small area. if big size, N41x is the perfect type.
N membrane has been tested over 100000 hour in fuel cell and 50000 hour in VRB.Our general company is the expert in ion exchange membrane area. Our company has a long membrane making history over 10 years.
And our film have been hold the 40% of perflourinated ion exchange membrane market in china. We are building “China Ion exchange Membrane Technology Center” with Xiamen University.The production capacity of membrane will arrive 300,000 square meters to 2013.
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N -11x is Packaged by Plastic bucket. Special Package please indicate.
Thickness and Weight:
Size: Length × width : 600mm × 600mm 800x800mm
|Tensile Strength||28 MPa ( 23℃, 50% RH, Isotropy ,Nepem-115)||ASTMD882|
|Tensile Modulus||630 MPa ( 23℃, 50% RH, Isotropy )||ASTMD882|
|Linear Expansion||5±1% ( 23℃, from 50% RH to water soaked )||ASTM756|
|Water Uptake||50±5% ( 100℃, 1h )||ASTMD570|
|Equivalent Weight||950-1050 g/eq||Titration|
If MOQ gets to 5 sqm, size can be customised.
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