Nexceris Materials Units has been rapidly expanding. It includes our well know brand fuelcellmaterials. But that is not all that we can do when it comes to materials. We are constantly trying to innovate new products that will make an impact on the evolving fuel cell, coatings, catalyst and battery opportunities.
fuelcellmaterials was established in 2000 as a wholly-owned brand of Nexceris, LLC to commercialize innovative ceramic materials technology and products. These technologies and products are suited to the developing of solid oxide fuel cells (SOFC) and fuel processing markets which include such items as: test fixtures, powders, pastes catalysts and components.
fuelcellmaterials is backed by its dedicated staff of materials scientists and engineers who deliver high-quality materials and assist in helping our clients meet all of their needs. This high level of expertise allows our staff to quickly and accurately tailor our powders and components to fit the needs and processes of our clients. These changes can be as simple as a physical property change or as complex as streamlining a material to work with specific applications.
Nexceris has a deep heritage in Solid Oxide Fuel Cell (SOFC) development. We have a wealth of experience including; synthesizing materials, to manufacturing of cells, all the way through stack fabrication. Because we are vertically integrated, we are able to tailor our technology to meet demands of many applications.
SOFC technology offers a lot of promising attributes, such as high-efficiency, high-power density, quiet operation and high-quality power, and can be adapted to fit a wide array of industries. There are numerous markets where SOFC stack technology could play a major role; military, distributed power generation (micro-grid), range extender for vehicles, residential power generation, data center power, and power for communications. The Nexceris Fuel Cell Business Unit is currently focusing on developing stacks for military applications.
Some other attributes that we can provide are novel cell designs, internal reforming technology, SOFC modeling, and testing of large-area, high-power fuel cell stacks.
In turn, due to the closeness in technology, we have also begun researching the realm of Solid Oxide Electrolyser Cells (SOEC).