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How a conventional high temperature press process, e.g., calendar rolls, straighten or flatten the material, consequently reducing porosity drastically.
The benefit of pressing the material at a constant pressure, by means of an isobaric double belt press.
How isobaric double belt presses prevent flattening of the surface structure, thermally treating the MEA with high precision, and increasing the manufacture scalability compared to a conventional calendar process.
The opportunity to produce an entire cell stack, roll-to-roll, or roll-to-plate process.