JALVASUB Engineering SL has developed the following proprietary energy technologies:
JALVASUB Engineering SL has developed a new patented manufacturing process of PEM Fuel Cells MEAs. Thanks to its application, you could get
JALVASUB Engineering SL has developed an innovative patented configuration of PEM Fuel Cells stacks. Thanks to its application, you could get :
JALVASUB Engineering SL has at its disposal novel and more efficient catalytic processes for biofuels processing , which obtain mixtures of very high hydrogen content, suitable for the supply of low temperature fuel cells. This is achieved thanks to:
Thanks to our catalytic processes, we achieve:
JALVASUB Engineering SL has at its disposal, exclusively for its HYCOGEN energy systems, a novel and very efficient process patented by Drage & mate International and which we call METALIQ, to obtain pure hydrogen, obtained through the exothermic reaction of water displacement. from a METALIQ primary reagent formed by alkaline, alkaline earth metals or alloys of both, which is contained in a removable cartridge.
The METALIQ process:
One of the main difficulties for the use of systems based on low temperature fuel cells for the anaerobic propulsion (AIP) of submarine vehicles is the complex storage of oxygen / air inside the platform.
JALVASUB Engineering is developing a proprietary novel catalytic process of generation of oxygen, in-situ and on-demand, which we call GENOX and by which an adequeated oxygen is obtained for its use in fuel cells, giving as a byproduct the required water to feed the METALIQ process, which consequently, will obtain in-situ and on-demand hydrogen.
The integration of the GENOX and METALIQ processes facilitates the integrated generation of oxygen and hydrogen in an efficient, very compact and highly efficient way.
JALVASUB Engineering has at its disposal novel proprietary catalytic processes, already tested at the prototype level, for hydrogen generation suitable for a fuel cell, from the gases coming from the anaerobic digestion of organic waste (biogas).
This has been achieved thanks to: