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BASF Fuel Cell GmbH—formed in March 2007 by merging the fuel cell activities of PEMEAS and Engelhard with those of BASF—will introduce a new high-temperature membrane electrode assembly (MEA) and a new fuel cell electrode catalyst product line at Hannover Fair 2009 next week.

Celtec is BASF’s family of high temperature MEAs. In Hanover, BASF will introduce the Celtec-P2100 MEA. The new product was developed in 2008 and offers improved long term stability: a key requirement of stationary heat and power systems.

Selectra is BASF’s family of noble metal catalysts for PEMFC and DMFC, as well as catalysts for desulfurization, reforming, water gas shift, and CO removal. In Hannover, BASF is introducing the new Selectra-E, product line of precious metal catalysts for fuel cell electrodes.


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