DuPont introduces ion exchange resin for green hydrogen production

DuPont today announced the launch of its first product dedicated to the production of green hydrogen – the DuPont™ AmberLite™ P2X110 Ion Exchange Resin. To support the production of hydrogen from water, this newly available ion exchange resin is designed for the unique chemistry of electrolyzer loops.

Designed to endure the thermal and chemical challenges presented in an electrolyzer, the AmberLite™ P2X110 Ion Exchange Resin’s recipe offers durable and reliable water quality that helps prevent contaminant build-up in the electrolyzer loop. These customized features, and improved removal capacity, present a differentiated option for electrolyzers with more service time than industry generic resins.

“The pursuit of new sources of clean energy is critical, with green hydrogen well positioned to substantially reduce global carbon emissions,” said Alan Chan, Global Vice President and General Manager, DuPont Water Solutions. “At DuPont Water Solutions, we are very excited to introduce our AmberLite™ P2X110 Ion Exchange Resin in support of these trends toward electrification and decarbonization.”

“Our multi-tech portfolio can help create the high-purity water that electrolyzers require with our ultrafiltration, ion exchange, biofouling prevention, reverse osmosis and electrodeionization solutions,”  added Verónica Garcia Molina, Global Market Leader, Industrial Water & Energy, DuPont Water Solutions. “The launch of our AmberLite™ P2X110 Ion Exchange Resin is an exciting first step into the Green Hydrogen market.”

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