Image icon  Robot dispenser for fabricating fuel cells

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Description: This image shows PNNL scientist Kerry Meinhardt dispensing a sealant onto an individual solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC) using a commercial robotic arm. The sealant, composed of a PNNL-developed glass powder and a commercial binder system, is used to seal individual cells to one another to form stacks. The goal is to assemble a 60-cell stack to generate 5 kilowatts of energy.
Keywords: fuel cell • material • solid oxide • SOFC • sealant • dispenser
Categories: Applications > Energy
Applications > Manufacturing & industry
Created by: Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Contributions: Kerry Meinhardt, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
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Date created: 23 June 2009
Date added: 21 February 2011
Resource ID: 3429