Pajarito Powder to Exhibit at Hannover Messe

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Pajarito Powder to Exhibit at Hannover Messe

pril 6th, 2016 • Posted by PPC • Permalink

Pajarito Powder, LLC announced it is part of the largest-ever U.S. delegation to Hannover Messe, the world’s foremost trade fair for industrial technology, taking place April 25-29, in Hannover, Germany. For the first time in the fair’s history the United States will be a Partner Country.

Pajarito Powder invites its customers and partners to meet at the HYDROGEN+ FUEL CELL+BATTERIES Group Exhibit, in Hall 27, C66 at booth D31. A map of the hall is available here.

Pajarito Powder engineers and manufactures catalysts and advanced Engineered Carbon Supports (ECS), dramatically reducing or eliminating the need for precious metals in catalysts. The Pajarito Powder team will be on-site, hosting meetings with customers and partners in the fuel cell industry. The primary focus is on customers and partners attending the event, which begins on April 25 and runs until April 29.

Pajarito Powder will present at the Technical Forum, Tuesday April 26, at 13:20 on

“Engineered Carbon Supports for low precious-metal-content catalysts,” as well as at the Public Forum, on Thursday April 28, at 14:20, on the “True value proposition of low-platinum catalysts.”

Pajarito Powder is exhibiting two flagship products, PHC-3000, the company's new Engineered Carbon Support (ECS) – being launched at the show – for ultra-low platinum catalysts designed for high-power applications where durability and performance are uncompromising, and NPC-2000, a precious-metal-free catalyst that substantially reduces the cost of catalysts for lower power applications. .

Chairman and CEO Thomas J. Stephenson stated, "The Hannover Messe is the premier industrial show in the world and provides Pajarito Powder with an enviable opportunity to showcase our innovative products to not only our European customers, but the entire world.”

This is the third year that Pajarito Powder exhibits at the Hannover Messe, thanks in part to assistance from a United States Trade Administration program, managed by the New Mexico Economic Development Department, that partially offsets the cost of trade shows for advanced technology New Mexico companies.