Cellkraft has moved to larger premises in the heart of the Royal National City Park. The new building is beautifully situated between Stockholm University and lake Brunnsviken, only 200 m from the University subway station. With the relocation, Cellkraft is well positioned for further growth.
Today a newsletter is sent out to registered parties. This newsletter describes three of the gradual improvements that has been made to the robust and reliable S-Series during the one and a half year since last newsletter.
As of today, Cellkraft has launched its new website for business area Humidity and Steam. For the visitor there should not be much of a change as the appearance is kept quite minimalistic. One intention with the new WordPress-based website is to make it even simpler to update content and that news will be updated more frequently than before.
Today the S-Series data sheet is updated to reflect the latest achievements from Cellkraft fuel cell R&D. Fuel cell power output is increased by 50 %, size is reduced by 33 % and weight is reduced by up to 60%. The improvements are possible thanks to Cellkrafts new fuel cell stack and a more compact assembly.
This newsletter contains information about Cellkraft’s new fuel cell stack, consisting of graphite bipolar plates, as well as our new 3 kW-system – S-3000. A reliability test of a Cellkraft’s S-1000 system, fed with hydrogen gas from a methanol reformer system delivered by Genesis, during a two day boat trip in the Stockholm archipelago is also presented.
Today Newsletter 1/10 is sent out to registered parties. Among the news is information about the latest developments for Cellkraft products and some humidity theory you can relate to. The developments include a new option for the P-Series for low humidity needs at steady state operation, ATEX classing for the E-Series and a high capacity precision evaporator that can deliver 100 g steam per minute with high precision.
Today Newsletter 2/09 is sent out to registered parties. Among the news is information about the latest developments for Cellkraft products, a customer testimonial from a returning customer and some humidity theory.
Yesterday, as part of the fuel cell test program at Telia Sonera, Cellkraft’s unique start up algorithm was put to a difficult test. After 16 months of stand-still with no conditioning routines whatsoever during the stand-still a Cellkraft S-1000 fuel cell started up successfully and powered the telecom station. Unlike Cellkraft’s fuel cells, most competitor’s fuel cells require regular start-stop runs to guarantee secure start-up during grid failure. These routines consumes fuel and result in unnecesseray wear and tear on the fuel cell. Press release .