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BASF Presents New Products for Fuel Cells and Reformers on Hanover Fair 2009

BASF Fuel Cell GmbH presents new products for fuel cells and reformers on Hanover Fair 2009. A team of experts is available for visitors in hall 13, booth E 54/2, and informs about the latest developments.

With the Celtec® product line, BASF is the technology leader for high temperature membrane electrode assemblies (MEA), enabling competitive and reliable fuel cell systems. In Hanover, the Celtec-P2100 MEA will be introduced. The new product was developed in 2008 and offers improved long term stability: a key requirement of stationary heat and power systems.

Additionally, BASF presents the Selectra® catalysts product line. Under the brand name Selectra®-E, precious metal catalysts for fuel cell electrodes are developed and commercialized. A recent development is the new Selectra®-E-CRC series: high performance catalysts for fuel cells combining high activity with excellent long term stability.

Fuel Cells can be seen as small chemical enterprises where hydrogen and oxygen react in a controlled manner to efficiently generate electrical power and heat.

BASF Fuel Cell GmbH is a supplier of materials for fuel cells and reformers. The company is a leading supplier for high temperature membrane electrode assemblies, developed and commercialized in the Celtec® product line. Additionally, a broad variety of catalysts for fuel cells and reformers is covered by the product line Selectra®. BASF Fuel Cell continues the fuel cell activities of BASF, Engelhard and PEMEAS. For further information go to

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