We are working actively towards the commercialisation of our ion-selective membrane
Ion-selective membranes for use in Redox Flow Batteries and PEM Electrolysers.
What is an ion-selective membrane?
An ion-selective membrane is the central component found in many electrochemical devices. These devices can be Fuel cells, Redox Flow Batteries and Electrolysers. The membrane is often referred to as the heart of the cell. It is most importantly a major component in defining the performance of an electrochemical device.
How does a membrane work?
A membrane is usually integrated between two electrodes (anode and cathode). This allows for only specific selected ions to be transported across it, whilst at the same time, blocking the unwanted molecules. Moreover, an ion-selective membrane allows for specific ion selection through chemical modifications and size excursion created by the pores in the membrane.