ElringKlinger to Showcase its New PEM Fuel Cells at 2019 International Motor Show (IAA)

By August 27, 2019 2   min read  (331 words)

August 27, 2019 |

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Dettingen/Erms, Frankfurt am Main–ElringKlinger AG’s contribution to this year’s International Motor Show (IAA) in Frankfurt signals its commitment to shaping the future of the automobile industry as the sector transitions toward electromobility.

In this context, the company is taking an approach that embraces all forms of technology. With this in mind, ElringKlinger will be presenting not only a PEM fuel cell stack with exceptional performance characteristics but also solutions centered around electric drivetrains as well as systems and components from the field of battery technology.

A key focus for the show will be on a low-temperature fuel cell stack (“NM12“) featuring metallic bipolar sheets with an extremely high power density and an electrical output of up to 135 kWel for applications in the automobile and commercial vehicle sector. The stack runs in hydrogen-air mode and is liquid-cooled.

“In launching the new and larger “NM12″ platform, ElringKlinger has extended the scope of PEM stacks for applications requiring a high power density, thus meeting the requirements of current automotive systems. With the levels achieved, such as power density, we are able to perform significantly better compared to stacks engineered by competing companies. This is a milestone for ElringKlinger and fuel cell technology as a whole,” explains CEO Dr. Stefan Wolf.

In addition, the company’s all-embracing system expertise – covering everything from fuel cells and batteries through to complete electric drive units (EDUs) – will be on display at the company’s exhibition booth. ElringKlinger will be showcasing its exceptional know-how in this field with the aid of a vehicle demonstrator.

ElringKlinger also develops and produces fuel cell systems on the basis of proprietary PEM stack technology. “Our fuel cell system brings together stack, hydrogen and air supply, cooling, and power electronics as well as a fuel cell control Unit (FCCU) in a self-controlled, protected, and standardized package,” says Dr. Wolf.

ElringKlinger at the 2019 IAA
Hall 8, Booth D13

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