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For over 50 years, Soanar has earned an enviable reputation by working with our customers to provide the most suitable electronic products for your project needs. Our logistical expertise will also ensure that your orders are delivered to your preferred ...
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Established in 1999, the Australian Manufacturing Technology Institute Ltd (AMTIL) is a trade association that represents the interests of companies specifically in the machine tool and ancillary equipment sector. AMTIL provides practical help ...
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Ceramic Fuels Cells limited (CFCL) develops and commercialise Solid Oxide Fuel Cell (SOFC) technology as an innovative, reliable, energy efficient and low emission electricity generation solution. The company provides a variety of products such as fuel ...
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Powerflow Performance is an Australian manufacturer and distributor of a large of range of aftermarket performance parts and complete systems. As well as our Australian Made EFI components we also supply and distribute a large range of fuel injectors ...
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For over 30 years, Emona Instruments has been supplying electronic and electrical test and measuring instruments to Australian engineers, technicians and teachers. From oscilloscopes, power supplies, function generators and multimeters, through to testing ...
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Scientific Solutions specialises in particle size and shape, suspension monitoring, dynamic and static surface tension, contact angle, pharmaceutical refractometers and concentration analysers for pharmaceutical Research and Development and production ...
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04/12/14 - A leading Nordic fuel cell technology company has announced a project to convert toxic waste from olive oil production into electricity.
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02/07/14 - CERAMIC Fuel Cells says it has improved its BlueGEN product and achieved up to 70% reduction in stack degradation rates, resulting in improved efficiency.
Equally effective carbon compounds can be extracted from urine — making them a cheap stand-in for platinum or synthetic carbon.
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23/06/14 - CHEAP fuel cells that use carbonised and dried urine as a catalyst in place of platinum could be a reality in the near future.
Kikusui KFM-2150 fuel cell measurement and testing systems
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18/11/10 - Kikusui KFM-2150 fuel cell measurement and testing systems from Emona Instruments carry out full measurement and testing of fuel cell characteristics and performance.
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08/10/10 - Australian company, Ceramic Fuel Cell's BlueGen fuel cell device was recently awarded a prestigious government award in Germany.
Hydrogen Fuel Cells
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11/06/09 - Emona Instruments has been appointed the Australian distributor of the Berlin based manufacturer of hydrogen fuel cell teaching and research equipment, Heliocentris.
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06/10/08 - ST Microelectronics will introduce and showcase their latest products, technologies and next-generation solutions for applications across a wide variety of markets, including home appliances, automotive, industrial, computer, healthcare and wireless, ...
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29/05/08 - Sharp Corporation has achieved high power density, 0.3W/cc, for direct methanol fuel cells (DMFC) for use in mobile equipment.
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04/04/08 - Hitachi Maxell, subsidiary of Hitachi, has announced development of a new catalyst used for oxygen-reduction reactions at the cathode of a polymer electrolyte fuel cell (PEFC).
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19/03/08 - Andatech is involved in supplying innovative technology on the national market and it also imports air purifiers, breath testers, ionisers and other natural health products.
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31/08/04 - The world’s smallest Direct Methanol Fuel Cell (DMFC), capable of delivering a 100 mW, (claimed to be five times the output of any previous DMFC) has been developed by Toshiba.

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