Horizon Fuel Cell Stacks used at NASA
San Diego – June 7, 2010. nuMeridian, the San Diego based Fuel Cell brokerage and marketing firm, recently sold NASA an H-200 fuel cell for electronic control research at the Johnson Space Center in Houston, TX. In recent months, NASA purchased three, H-200 – 200 watt proton exchange membrane fuel cell stacks.
Fuel Cells have been used by NASA since the Apollo missions and continue to be an important source of power on today’s Space Shuttles. Future spacecraft will almost certainly use fuel cells to help provide power and heat for tomorrow’s interstellar vehicles.
These fuel cell stacks are similar to the type used in hydrogen vehicles being developed by Honda, Ford, BMW and others. The stacks are air-breathing, air-cooled and self-humidified making them simple and easily integrated into custom design applications.
The H-series PEM fuel cell stacks are ideal for research environments where simplicity is key. H-series fuel cells are the most compact, light-weight and cost effective PEM fuel cells on the market. They are readily available in power outputs ranging from 12 Watts up to 5000 Watts and in custom configurations as requested.
For more information on H-series fuel cell stacks please contact Kyle Stewart
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About nuMeridian –
Founded in 2009 and based in San Diego, CA nuMeridian is dedicated to providing our clients with world class services for sales, marketing and distribution for fuel cell related technologies.
Fuel cell manufacturers interested in learning more about how nuMeridian can help promote your fuel cell products can find more information at www.numeridian.com.
Contact Kyle Stewart