Hydrogen Capacity of Various Hydrogen Storage Materials
Applications and prototypes

Borohydride Hydrogen Generation (BHG)

Sodium borohydride (NaBH4), one of the highest hydrogen containing material, can generate H2 via hydrolysis using our unique fluorinated catalyst of low-cost material.

BHG Reactor
BH4- + 2H2 BO2- + 4H2


Fuel from the upper side of catalyst bed
High catalyst/fuel ratio 
quick catalyst heating
generated by NaBH4 hydrolysis
Quick separation of spent fuel from catalyst 
prevent NaBO2 deposit

Borohydride Hydrolysis Catalyst

Our patented fluorination technique makes out of a plane catalyst surface a complicated one. The created nano structure which covers the surface causes a higher surface area. The Nano structure and the active nickel species (also generated by fluorination) show a very high activity for the hydrolysis of sodium borohydride.

Hydrolysis Responsibility at room temperature
Key Features
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