FORBLUE™ S-SERIES Cation Exchange Membranes

Fluorinated membranes used for electrolysis or electrodialysis processes

Cation exchange membranes with a sulfonic acid group

FORBLUE™ S-SERIES grades are fluorinated cation exchange membranes with a sulfonic acid group. All S-SERIES wet and dry grades ensure a robust chemical resistance because all materials that make up the membranes are made from fluorinated resins, including the reinforcing fabric. Different grades offer different ion exchange capacities from 1.0 to 1.25 meq/g.

FORBLUE S-SERIES membranes for PEMWE

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  • High chemical resistance
  • High cation selective permeability for effective electrolysis and electrodialysis processes
  • High mechanical strength – reinforced by special PTFE fabric, easy to handle, and has high strength
  • High ion exchange capacity - shows very low resistance with high ion selectivity

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