Titanium fiber felt is suitable for LGDL (liquid/gas diffusion layer) in hydrogen production and Fuel cell stack.
As a highly promising material for a PEM electrolyzer, titanium fiber felt provides high thermal/ electrical conductivities and excellent mechanical properties. For example, high corrosion resistance at high positive overpotential, even in highly acidic and humid conditions.
Carbon based materials, are typically used in LGDL of PEMFCs. Such as graphite bipolar plates, carbon paper, and carbon cloth. While, they are unsuitable in the anode of LGDL, due to the high anodic potential that occurs during electrolysis operation as they will create a highly oxidative environment, which corrodes the carbon and results in poor interfacial contacts. Then, the efficiency of the cell will decrease. In order to resolve this issue, materials (titanium felt) with a high corrosion resistance are required.
Fiber size: 20 micron -40 micron
Thickness:0.20mm, 0.25mm, 0.40mm, 0.60mm
Porosity:60% – 75%
※ Porosity and Size can be customized.
Electrolyzer performance with different LGDL thickness
Electrolyzer performance with different anode LGDL porosity
Performance of different substrates
Electrical performance of our Titanium felt LGDL
General Clad is a company specialized in developing and producing bimetallic material. Such as copper clad steel, copper clad aluminum, titanium fiber, titanium fiber felt, stainless steel fiber, stainless steel fiber felt, etc.
With its production site in China and two sales office for EU and American market, General Clad is offering bimetallic material for clients from more than 20 countries.