At this point do your research and decide whether you want to make or buy your fuel cells. The other area to focus on is safety, as good electrical grounding is needed as well as adequate ventilation to prevent a concentration of gases.
~Rick B., Engineering Consultant, Nashua, NH
Research any by-product of the cell while under heavy load...
~Todd L, Engineer, Orlando, FL
There are many adverts and designs which one will pay money for with the concept that these are simple to manufacture but yet the output as per the designs on sale is not genuine, apart from this one must be careful since fuel cells could be deadly if not handled properly.
~Michael G, Engineering Consultant, Mellieha, Malta
There are many conditions for work DTSFTS (many of them belong to the negative characteristics of the cells), but with proper consideration of these disadvantages, our company - all the negative characteristics have been transformed into a big plus (but only in the application process TFG)
~Petr21 G, Engineer - physicist, Toronto, Canada
If buying, be sure to study the difference in specifications to determine best fuel cell for the application.
~Dave T, Controls Engineer, Mauk, GA
Check the internet for the best ideas. I found Water4gas the best distributor and adviser on the net.
~Axel, General Management, Autun, France
Safety & Training!! The two most important items when using fuel cells.
~Theodore K, Retired P&WA Engineer, Vernon, CT
Testing a fuel cell before it is to be applied
~Udo H, Research & Development, Sinsheim, Germany
Set up a clear profile of needs
~Robert E, Engineering Consultant, Buchs, Switzerland
Depends on application
~FRANCIS C, Transport operations and technology, MEATH, IRELAND
~Vinoth kumar Kusuma, Marketing/Sales, Coimbatore, India