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NanoDynamics announced today that it will introduce its ground-breaking new portable solid oxide fuel cell at the 2004 Fuel Cell Seminar Exhibition in San Antonio, Texas.
NanoDynamics Introduces First Nanotechnology Enabled Portable Solid Oxide Fuel Cell
Revolution™ 50 To Be Unveiled At 2004 Fuel Cell Seminar Exhibition In San Antonio, TX
Buffalo, NY – November 03, 2004
NanoDynamics, a leading nanotechnology organization and manufacturer of superior nanomaterials, announced today that it will introduce its ground-breaking new portable solid oxide fuel cell at the 2004 Fuel Cell Seminar Exhibition in San Antonio, Texas. NanoDynamics will be showcasing the Revolution™ 50 at Booth 334 in the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center from November 1 - 4, 2004.
"We are very excited about introducing the Revolution™ 50 at this conference," commented David Bothwell, Director of NanoDynamics' ND Energy. "For the past two years, the Company has been working to create a powerful combination of nanomaterials and novel cell design to demonstrate the power of nanotechnology. The resulting fuel cell system is lightweight, portable, compact and can be operated using conventional hydrocarbon fuels, such as propane. The selective use of advanced nanotechnology and nanomaterials results in state-of-the-art power density and specific power output."
The has been designed for a wide range of applications, including combat soldier power, battery recharger systems, outdoor safety lighting and advertising, portable refrigeration systems as well as various other applications. The system is microprocessor controlled, offers rapid start-up times without external power and has internal reforming capabilities. A cut-away view of the system is show below, incorporating a standard propane cylinder.
To learn more about NanoDynamics Revolution™ fuel cells, please contact ND Energy™ at email@example.com.
NanoDynamics, Inc. is a leading company in the field of nanotechnology and manufacturer of superior nanomaterials that will dramatically improve the form, function and performance of a wide range of both industrial and consumer products. The Company is uniquely positioned, utilizing proprietary and protected technologies, to commercially manufacture economical, high quality nanomaterials that will enable revolutionary advancements in industries including electronics, semiconductors, consumer products, fuel cells, transportation, energy and biotechnology. For further information, please visit the Company's website at www.nanodynamics.com.
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